Our 2022 Annual Report showcases how clinicians, scientists, and healthcare and community leaders from across the Alliance are driving genomics in Victoria. In it, we cover all of the projects turning the possibility of genomics into practice.

Highlights from 2022

GenoVic has been used to conduct more than 15,000 clinical genomic tests. It became the first Australian digital health platform to enable genomic data sharing.

718 professionals gained genomics knowledge through our education activities.

Research with doctors, parents and geneticists explored how to ensure genomic testing is offered to children who need it.

A group of healthcare leaders and change experts is informing the implementation of genomics in hospitals.

Three projects were selected to road-test solutions to the challenges of using genomics in healthcare.

A genomic snapshot of eight ‘superbugs’ was conducted across Victoria.

The Diagnosis Day mini-series followed six Victorian families with rare genetic conditions, to highlight the impact of genomic testing.


We could talk genomics all day, but we’ll send you only what’s useful and interesting.

Melbourne Genomics acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, on whose lands we work, and all First Nations peoples across Victoria. We pay respect to Elders past and present. We also acknowledge the First Nations health professionals, researchers and leaders who are shaping the future of genomic medicine.

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