Together with the Metro North Health, Health Translation Queensland helped to deliver the first Genomics in Practice seminar on Thursday 24 February 2022.
The online seminar focussed on the clinical translation of genomics into practice. Researchers and clinicians were encouraged to join the seminar and hear from speakers on their journey navigating the application of genomics research, and their experiences in implementing evidence-based change in genomics in practice.
Welcome and opening statement
Health Translation Queensland
The journey from molecular genetics to translational genomics
Professor Brandon Wainwright
Faculty of Medicine and the Institute for Molecular Bioscience
The University of Queensland
Genetics at the Interstitial Lung Disease Coalface
Doctor John Mackintosh
Department of Thoracic Medicine
The Prince Charles Hospital
The event was well received with over 250 registrations.
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Brought to you by:
Metro North Health’s Genomic Institute, Health Translation Queensland, and the Clinical Skills Development Centre
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