Browse our case studies for some of the most exciting research findings Phenomics Australia has enabled.
A Phenomics Australia case study Multidrug-resistant bacteria are a leading public health threat. With the help of the Phenomics Australia Histopathology and Slide Scanning Service, researchers
A Phenomics Australia case study Phenomics Australia has enabled the identification of a promising cancer therapeutic to treat Ovarian cancer. The challenge: Intrinsic and acquired drug
A Phenomics Australia case study Phenomics Australia has enabled world-first research to identify the genetic cause of lupus. The challenge: The cause of lupus has been
For nearly 15 years, Phenomics Australia has been providing Australia’s leading universities and medical research institutes with top infrastructure and research models for vital biomedical research. Browse our archives for the most exciting research findings on Phenomics Australia’s history.
Through a $1m Australian Commonwealth Government grant for rapid resourcing of our genome engineering and model import services, we offer subsidised access to specific mouse strains
Phenomics Australia has been engaging with other National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) facilities to publish an interactive infographic on how this national network of world-class research infrastructure projects is
Phenomics Australia provides expertise and customised model systems necessary for preclinical biomedical research on the effects of bushfires on human health. Australia’s National Research Infrastructure supports
The Phenomics Australia Histopathology Node based in the University of Melbourne provides a unique set of services to biomedical researchers across Australia. The histopathology and necropsy
Researchers from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at the Australian National University have collaborated
The Melbourne Advanced Gene Editing Centre (MAGEC) was established in 2014 as one of the nodes of Phenomics Australia. Located at the Walter and Eliza Hall