Victoria will become the place for genomic innovation, investment and jobs.

Genomics is a team sport that needs many disciplines: whether it’s pathologists and medical scientists to conduct tests and analyse data, bioinformaticians and data scientists to develop the analytical tools they require, or clinicians to request tests and use them to treat patients.

Many new career opportunities will open up as genomics becomes part of routine healthcare in Victoria.

Here's a detailed list of professions involved in genomic medicine.

Opportunities to study and work in genomics

Find potential employers

Members of the Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance regularly seek genomics professionals.

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GenomeWeb lists genomics-related jobs from around the world, including Australia.

Build your genomics knowledge

On-the-job-learning

Our website learn-genomics has learning resources for clinicians and other professionals.

Tertiary education

Victorian universities are beginning to offer graduate subjects, courses and micro-certifications relevant to working in genomics. Here are opportunities with Melbourne Genomics members.

The University of Melbourne

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Check out any current vacancies in the Melbourne Genomics team or on our projects.

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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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