Standardising clinical phenotype: CSIRO’s Ontoserver and Shrimp

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Standardising clinical phenotype: CSIRO’s Ontoserver and Shrimp

Scientists from the CSIRO Australian e-Health Research Centre have included the Human Phenotype Ontology as part of their clinical terminology software tools — designed to help clinicians better search for, retrieve, and apply standardised clinical terminology in their practice. Read More
Victorians to get greater access to world-leading genomic sequencing tests.

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Victorians to get greater access to world-leading genomic sequencing tests.

The Victorian Government has allocated $8.3m in its 2017/18 budget toward genomic sequencing for children with rare diseases. Read More
Queensland Genomics announces recipients of its round 1 project funding

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Queensland Genomics announces recipients of its round 1 project funding

The Alliance's first four clinical demonstration projects will investigate the use of genomic medicine to diagnose and manage melanoma, lung cancer, infectious diseases and maturity-onset diabetes of the young. Read More
PhD student? Top-up scholarships now available with Australian Genomics

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PhD student? Top-up scholarships now available with Australian Genomics

Closing date for applications is June 1, 2017. Read More
Diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases and cancer set to benefit from AGHA and NCI partnership.

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Diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases and cancer set to benefit from AGHA and NCI partnership.

As part of the partnership, NCI is providing the infrastructure and expertise required for AGHA genome sequencing projects to aggregate their data into a growing national resource. Read More
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