Global knowledge. Individual care.

We are an alliance of ten leading healthcare and research organisations dedicated to bringing the global knowledge of genomics to benefit the individual care of Victorians.

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What is genomics?

Genomics has huge potential to improve healthcare. Looking at the genome can help diagnose illness more quickly and accurately, and help doctors understand what treatment or medical management may be most effective.

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Patient guide

Melbourne Genomics has developed a guide for patients receiving genomic sequencing for genetic conditions through the Alliance.

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Our work

We are assessing genomics in practice, building the knowledge of health professionals, establishing the best systems, harnessing the latest research, and ensuring appropriate access to genomic information.

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Personal stories

Find out why people have DNA sequencing and what the results have been.

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Alliance members

  • Royal Melbourne Hospital
  • Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne
  • University of Melbourne
  • Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
  • Murdoch Children's Research Institute
  • Australian Genome Research Facility
  • Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
  • Austin Health
  • Monash Health

Supported by

  • Victoria State Government

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