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
The Australian Phenomics Facility (APF) at ANU was founded in 2005, initially funded directly by the Australian Commonwealth Government before Phenomics Australia was founded. For the
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
Phenomics Australia (formerly the Australian Phenomics Network, APN) offers consolidated infrastructure and expertise supporting genomic medicine and biomedical research from discovery through into early clinical development and evaluation.
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