The NCRIS Health Group is working with our European health research infrastructure colleagues to strengthen collaboration opportunities to support future international collaborative projects, and potential translation
The revitalisation of Australia’s National Science and Research Priorities and National Science Statement will shape a long-term vision for the Australian science system. This process is
We congratulate Phenomics Australia Scientific Leader Associate Professor Kaylene Simpson, who has received the Outstanding Leadership by Example Award from the VCCC Alliance. This award recognises
Ovarian cancer has been treated as a single disease for many years. It is now known that there are multiple distinct subtypes of ovarian cancer, and
We are pleased to introduce Prof Glenn Withers, Phenomics Australia Board member. Glenn is an Honorary Professor in Economics at ANU and Adjunct Professor at UNSW
Phenomics Australia is proud to be actively involved in the advancement of functional genomics research through our existing capabilities, providing expertise and resources to the Australian
Our team’s collective effort has been instrumental in crafting several chapters within the comprehensive book, “Inflammation and Cancer: Methods and Protocols.” From elucidating high-throughput sequencing and
We are thrilled to share the outstanding results from our recent user satisfaction survey. Through user feedback, we are very pleased that a remarkable 96% of
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