Workshops and other training opportunities for clinical, diagnostic and data science professionals.

Genomics in the Clinic: An introduction for medical professionals

A blended learning course comprising self-directed online modules (May 2022) and a face-to-face interactive workshop (Sat 4 Jun 2022).

Do you know when to order a genomic test? Can you confidently interpret a genomic test report and understand a variant of uncertain significance?

This course is for clinicians who work with patients who may have genetic conditions*. It will help you build your knowledge and confidence.

What will I learn?

  • Principles of clinical genomics
  • The range of genomic variants and tests
  • Testing for germline variant
  • Choosing the right test for the right patient
  • How to interpret genomic test reports
  • Clinical actions based on genomic test results

What’s in the online modules?

  • Theory and concepts of genomics, variants, genetic and genomic tests, and test reports
  • Pre- and post-test processes and clinical actions based on results

What’s in the workshop on 4 June?

Work through real clinical cases, guided by facilitators with clinical genomics experience

  • AM: Paediatric cases workshop
  • PM: Adult cases workshop

COVID-safe policies will apply to the workshop.

Places are strictly limited!
This is a free course, so register now to secure your spot.

Register now

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*Cancer professionals: We’ll run future education sessions on somatic and cancer genomics. Sign up to our email list to hear about it first.


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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