IMPC-10 Years of Excellence

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2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the IMPC. Over the last 10 years, the Consortium has produced resources, data, and new knowledge that have had a profound impact on biomedical science and its capacity to identify dark gene function, essential genes, sexual dimorphism, genotype comorbidities (pleiotropy), and mechanisms of disease.

To highlight areas and successes IMPC has brought to the scientific community the IMPC is hosting a variety of meetings and workshops throughout the year, with the key event being the Celebratory International Conference that IMPC is organising 23-24 September. Don’t miss them out. More information here.

IMPC 10 Year Celebratory Conference: a 2-day virtual meeting with international reach! International leading speakers from outside IMPC, as well as IMPC speakers, will reflect on the role of mouse genetics in biomedical research and genomics medicine, and the contributions of IMPC to these achievements.

Phenomics Australia Data Services Access. As active members of the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC), we offer searchable databases of genomic and phenotypic information for in vivo disease models.  Find more  Phenomics Australia Data Services Access here.

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