Melbourne Genomics education events, courses and other training opportunities for medical professionals and data scientists.

Education events for clinicians

Genomics in the Clinic – Ballarat

WORKSHOP

Tuesday, 12 July

  • 2 hours
  • In-person
  • For paediatric and adult physicians in Ballarat

Learn about the use of genomic testing in your practice, working through clinical cases with experts. This workshop will cover when to use genomic tests, how to interpret test reports, and potential implications for patient management.

Interpreting genomic test reports

WEBINAR

Friday, 22 July

  • 1.5 hours
  • Online
  • For paediatricians

Part two in a webinar series on Medicare-funded exome tests for childhood syndromes. Learn how to interpret genomic test results and what appropriate clinical actions to take. Co-developed and presented with the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services.

Genomics in the Clinic – Shepparton

WORKSHOP

Tuesday, 26 July

  • 1.5 hours
  • In-person
  • For paediatricians in Shepparton

Learn about the use of genomic testing in your practice, working through clinical cases with experts. This workshop will cover when to use genomic tests, eligibility for Medicare-funded tests, how to interpret test reports, and potential implications for patient management.

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Education events for medical scientists

We have a range of education opportunities for medical scientists in the pipeline. Sign up to our mailing list to be notified about our variant interpretation events.

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Education events for data scientists

Genomic testing generates a very large amount of DNA data, which requires the expertise of especially trained data scientists to analyse, interpret and securely store individuals’ genomic information.

We’ll be running future education sessions for data science professionals. Sign up to our email list to hear about it first.

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