The Genomic Institute Genomics in Practice Seminar 2

The Genomics in Practice Seminar 2 showcased renal genomics and launched a new renal genomics clinical decision aid tool developed through the Queensland Genomics Renal Genomics project.

This session covered the breadth of genomics, presenting research and its translation in nephrology practice.


Dr Chirag Patel (Chair)
Consultant Clinical Geneticist, Genetic Health Queensland,
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Co-lead of the Queensland Renal Genetics Multidisciplinary Clinic

Prof Andrew Mallett
Director of Clinical Research Townsville Hospital and Health Service
Clinical Application of Genomics in Nephrology Practice and Improved Outcomes for Australians affected by Inherited Kidney Disease

Dr Alex Combes
Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University
Understanding the Drivers of Kidney Development and Disease

The event was well received with 177 registrations.

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Metro North Health’s Genomic Institute, Health Translation Queensland, and the Clinical Skills Development Centre

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