The International Congress of Genetics is a global forum occurring once every five years that brings together the best geneticists in the world, to share their expertise and knowledge. Over the six days, the Congress offered a series of plenary sessions, symposia, workshops and poster presentations. The theme: Genetics and Genomics – Linking Life and Society highlighted the breadth of the Congress in covering fundamental discoveries in our science and applications to health, agriculture and the environment.
“Thank you to all who spoke with us whilst representing Phenomics Australia and our partner, the Australian Functional Genomics Network at the XXIIIrd International Congress of Genetics.” Dr John Parisot, Phenomics Australia Strategic Partnerships Advisor, said.
“The conference was well attended with over 1800 delegates coming together in Melbourne to share knowledge and expertise with a fantastic diverse program. Phenomics Australia looks forward to continuing to discuss how we can be of help to our widening professional network.” Dr Parisot said.