Australian Functional Genomics Network Update

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Phenomics Australia encourages you to visit The Australian Functional Genomics Network (AFGN) new website and join their Researcher Registry to be considered for funded research opportunities.

AFGN is an MRFF-funded initiative connecting clinicians and researchers to investigate the functional impact of genetic variants in rare disease patients across Australia. They have awarded $340,000 in catalyst funding across 11 projects and are funding new projects every month. They encourage principal investigators from research laboratories in Australia who have functional genomics expertise to join their Researcher Registry to be considered for funded research opportunities. If you already have a registry profile, we encourage you to login and update your gene list and add your disease modelling expertise.

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