The Genomics Research Centre (GRC) is located at the Queensland University of Technology under the direction of Professor Lyn Griffiths. The GRC undertakes research on the genetic basis of disease through the use of its unique population resources and the application of genetic studies to common, complex human disorders. The GRC translates its research through its NATA accredited DNA Diagnostic Facility and in addition undertakes new treatment clinical trials at its Genomics Clinical Trials Centre. The GRC employs over thirty research staff, including principal researchers, postdoctoral scientists, research assistants, nurses, postgraduate and honours students; is well equipped and funded by national competitive grants and industry; and has a number of established and long-standing collaborating clinicians.
Genomics Clinical Trials Centre
The Genomics Clinical Trials Centre is a facility dedicated to conducting new treatment clinical trials for Alzheimer's Disease treatments.Read more
Undertaking research in the areas of common human disorders with a strong genetic component, identifying remains of missing service members, and identifying genes that play a role in human traitsRead more
Diagnostic and Genomic Services
Offering unique genetic diagnostic services to the public and health professionalsRead more