InGeNA Life Insurance Consultation

InGeNA Life Insurance Consultation

InGeNA advocates for a legislative ban on using genetic-testing results in life insurance underwriting, arguing it ensures people can undergo genetic testing without fear of discrimination. InGeNA emphasises the ban should have no exemptions for clear consumer and...
InGeNA planning a refresh

InGeNA planning a refresh

InGeNA members will take part in a strategic planning day on May 23 to refresh the current strategy, agree key areas of focus and discuss potential future directions of the organisation to best serve the interests of the Australian genomics community. Chair Kathy...
Launching today: Australia Thinks Genomics

Launching today: Australia Thinks Genomics

InGeNA’s vision of realising the full potential of genomics to personalise healthcare cannot be achieved without national and jurisdictional level strategies and initiatives from governments. Launching today on our website we have collated and summarised genomics...
April Quarterly Forum

April Quarterly Forum

Our next quarterly forum is scheduled for Thursday 6 April, 4:00pm – 5:00pm AEST. At this forum we have two InGeNA partners to present and request your input on key projects. Dr Jane Tiller (Senior Project Coordinator, Australian Genomics) will speak to us about...
Webinar: NAGIM Implementations

Webinar: NAGIM Implementations

The first InGeNA webinar for the year will be themed ‘NAGIM Implementations’. The National Approach to Genomic Information Management (NAGIM) seeks a national genomic data asset for Australia, within a seamless and secure digital genomics ecosystem. A NAGIM is founded...
Hello from the new Chair

Hello from the new Chair

I am delighted to join InGeNA as Chair, taking over from David Bunker. I look forward to working with the team to continue the great work already underway.After moving around a lot as a kid, I went to ANU where I studied Economics and Accounting. After gaining my...
Rare Disease Day

Rare Disease Day

More than 300 million people worldwide and two million Australians live with rare disease, and 72% of rare diseases are genetic. This internationally recognised day of awareness has been building support for the rare disease community since 2008 and calls for...
Looking forward to 2023

Looking forward to 2023

As we start the new year, InGeNA continues our mission to realise the full potential of genomics to personalise healthcare. This year we look forward to working closely with our partners to advocate for the benefits genomics can bring to both patient outcomes and...