CTRL is a convenient, web-based tool created by Australian Genomics which gives research participants more control over their consent preferences when involved in a study. Read more about CTRL and the principles of dynamic consent here.
News and research
On this page, you will find current research and news relating to genomics and genomic testing: explore here if you are interested in new research or advances in the area of genomics.
Rapid genomic testing is transforming medical care – particularly the diagnosis of people with rare conditions. For some critically ill children, rapid genomic testing can even be lifesaving.
Queensland Genomics have produced a Genomics Information Toolkit for patients and families affected by rare disease. Information provided includes: what genomics is,
how it might help you or your family, where Queenslanders can get testing and the different kinds of genetic tests that are available.
Although genomic sequencing is a powerful tool, it isn’t always the most appropriate test. This article explains when genomic sequencing will be most useful, and the associated benefits and risks.