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18 Jul 2018

Genomics, it’s application to infectious disease and translation to health impact

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WHEN
18 Jul 2018
12:00 - 3.00pm

WHERE
Auditorium

The Doherty Translational Clinical Research and Genomics Cross Cutting Disciplines are together hosting this forum to highlight the potential of genomics for clinical impact.

You can register through the Eventbrite page. 

The program is as follows:

1.00 - 1.35pm Prof Kathryn North

Director, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Lead, Australian Genomics Health Alliance

Implementing genomics into Healthcare: A local and global perspective

1.35 - 2.00pm Dr Norelle Sherry

Doherty Institute and Austin Health

Application of genomics to infection control and infectious disease

2.00 - 2.25pm Dr Charlotte Slade

Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Royal Melbourne Hospital

Using genomics for precision diagnosis and therapies in Primary Immune Deficiencies

2.25 - 2.50pm Prof Paul Johnson

Infectious Disease Dept., Austin Health

Are antibiotics killing our patients? The microbiome and response to cancer immunotherapies

2.50-3.00pm Dr Heather St John

Director MRFF Initiative, Research Innovation and Commercialisation, University of Melbourne

MRFF funding opportunities for translational research in infectious disease