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Industry collaboration for Australia’s genomics future
InGeNA is a single voice for Australian industry partners contributing to the rapidly developing field of genomics.
Alliance partners share a vision for Australia’s leadership in the adoption of genomics in healthcare.
– Better health outcomes
– Healthcare value and affordability
– A trusted, equitable and ethical genomics ecosystem
Collaboration across the key sectors of diagnostics/pathology, tech and pharma will ensure long and far-reaching benefits for Australian health consumers.
InGeNA the industry voice for the future of genomics in Australia
InGeNA webinar | NAGIM Implementations
Wednesday 22 March 2023 | 12:30pm - 1:30pm AEDT | Online via Zoom
In this webinar, we hear Marie-Jo Brion, Data Manager at Australian Genomics discuss the implementation recommendations.
Our second speaker is Natalie Thorne, Genomics Information Management Lead at Melbourne Genomics, presenting a platform that aims to address some of these recommendations.
What we do
InGeNA was formed by a group of industry organisations, hosted by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH), to bring a shared perspective on critically important areas underpinning the future of genomics.
- A patient-centred approach
- Digital infrastructure & principles
- Workforce planning & skills
- Government policy making
VISION Realising the full potential of genomics to personalise healthcare
MISSION To harness the collective skills and expertise of industry to integrate genomics into healthcare
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Genomics innovations by InGeNA members
Health Horizon is an innovation tracking service that makes it easy to follow the latest breakthroughs and releases in health. Click here to browse the innovations in the rapidly developing field of genomics that are developed and managed by InGeNA members.
You don’t need to be a member to attend InGeNA events. We bring the genomics community together for webinars and in-person appearances to learn about advances in the field, new trends and global developments.
The time is now.
Realising the full potential of genomics to personalise healthcare is a compelling vision, but now the real work begins in how to implement it.
InGeNA was established to help bring the vision of precision health to fruition, where Australian citizens are the beneficiaries of a health system that has fully integrated genomics into its DNA, delivering better outcomes for patients and the population.
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...
National Approach to Genomic Information Management (NAGIM) Implementation Recommendations from Australian Genomics
Australian Genomics has completed the full report for the NAGIM Implementation Recommendations and delivered it to the Australian Department of Health. An important part of the report is the recognition that "engaging with industry to contribute to health genomics...
InGeNA members are Australian industry partners contributing to the rapidly developing field of genomics. We share a vision for Australia’s leadership in the adoption of genomics in healthcare including: better health outcomes; healthcare value and affordability; and a trusted, equitable and ethical genomics ecosystem. Collaboration across the key sectors of diagnostics/pathology, technology/data, and pharma will ensure long and far-reaching benefits for Australian health consumers.
InGeNA partners with organisations in research, peak bodies, government, member organisations, and non-profits that share our vision of realising the full potential of genomics to personalise healthcare.
InGeNA can offer support to projects in the form of letters of support and connections to our members and broader network.
A collection of useful references and sources from across Australia’s genomics ecosystem.