InGeNA puts genomics on the table in Canberra

InGeNA puts genomics on the table in Canberra

Genomics industry researchers, planners and policy makers, clinicians and consumer representatives met in Canberra this month for InGeNA’s roundtable planning session to advance #precisionhealth in Australia by 2030. InGeNA members and stakeholders joined in to share...
National Indigenous Genomics Network

National Indigenous Genomics Network

InGeNA lent its support to a successful MRFF Genomic Health Futures Mission grant application entitled “Pathways to benefit for Indigenous Australians in Genomics Medicine”. The project is by an ANU team headed by Professor Alex Brown to establish a national network...
Funding announced for research projects

Funding announced for research projects

Health Minister Mark Butler has announced $16.9m for 15 medical technology projects some of which involve gene sequencing or genetically engineered cells. The announcement highlighted $3 million in recently awarded funding under 2021 Genomics Health Futures Mission...
LINEAGE: Law, sociology and ethics in data governance for genomics

LINEAGE: Law, sociology and ethics in data governance for genomics

A University of Sydney bioethics project to investigate the ethical, legal and social implications of sharing genomics data has been funded by the MRFF Genomics Health Futures Mission. Earlier this year, InGeNA provided a letter of support for a grant application...
NAGIM implementation consultation

NAGIM implementation consultation

Australian Genomics recently released Preliminary Implementation Recommendations to the Australian Government (April 2022) to progress the development and establishment of a National Approach to Genomic Information Management (NAGIM) for Australia. Feedback is sought...