The Centre for Genomics and Personalised Health is translating knowledge from genomics research to improve human health.
The Centre aims to discover better methods of diagnosing disease, develop targeted treatments based on genetic information, and train the next generation of translational genomics scientists.
Our research spans the design, development, and application of methods for genomic discovery, analysis and translation to advance genomics-driven healthcare and drive outcomes toward clinical and personalised health applications.
Our research areas are:
- Genomic Epidemiology and Analysis
- Diagnostics and Functional Genomics
- Genomic Instability and Disease
- Translational and Pharmacogenomics
- Personalised Therapies
Research in the Centre is undertaken in a number of laboratories and research groups. Follow the links below for further information.