QGHA in collaboration with the Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance held a two-day practical workshop 'An Introduction to Variant Curation' at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 August 2018. Click here for more.
23-24 August 2018
QGHA held a Personalised Medicine and You session at the 2018 Annual Health Consumers Queensland Forum on 14 June 2018. The two hour event was attended by around 90 people and featured presentations from health professionals, researchers, QGHA staff and consumers. Click here for more.
14-15 June 2018
In partnership with the Australasian Society of Diagnostic Genomics and Pathology Queensland QGHA hosted an open invitation seminar with Dr Simon Patton during his Australian visit in March 2018. Dr Patton is based in Manchester, United Kingdom where he directs the European Molecular Genetics Quality Network (EMQN) within the Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine. The EMQN is the global leader in the provision of External Quality Assessment (EQA) schemes to diagnostic laboratories in the fields of genetics and pathology. Click here for more.
5 March 2018
QGHA hosted an open invitation seminar with Dr Teri Manolio during her Australian visit in February 2018. Dr Manolio is based in Bethesda, Maryland and directs the National Human Genome Research Institute’s (NHGRI) Division of Genomic Medicine, where she leads programs to develop and implement genomic applications in clinical care. Click here for more.
23 February 2018
14 November 2017
QGHA’s first meeting for the Alliance Community - All Hands – was held on 14th November. The day showcased some of the QGHA’s cross-project relationships through a series of panel discussions, and was also a great forum for the Alliance community to get together and meet, to learn about each other’s work, and to network. Click here for more.
4 November 2017
The Nosocomial Infections project held a Practical Microbial Genomics Workshop at UQCCR in November. The focus of the event was to help clinicians, public health practitioners, infection control nurses and others to understand the role, application, practical implementation and pitfalls of WGS for molecular microbiology and epidemiology. Click here for more.