New study models cost of additional genomic findings

November 23, 2020

First-of-its-kind health economic modelling, auspiced by Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance and recently published, analysed the cost of delivering ‘additional’ genomic findings to patients in routine care. Testing for ‘…

Continuing genomic education (remotely)

November 6, 2020

Like many of us this year, Melbourne Genomics’ highly popular Genomics in the clinic workshops have moved online. The most recent workshop, Genomics in endocrinology and metabolic medicine, was delivered completely online in…

Celebrating the importance of genetic counselling in patient care

November 6, 2020

The future of healthcare is personalised, and genetic counsellors are at the forefront of this evolution. In honour of the upcoming Genetic Counsellor Awareness Day, we spoke to Anna Jarmolowicz – an associate genetic counsellor…

GenoVic security assessed as best practice, develops cyber security strategy

November 6, 2020

GenoVic – the Alliance’s shared clinical system for genomics – recently underwent its latest annual independent security review. Focused on GenoVic’s cloud-based hosting environment, the review confirmed that the system conforms…

GenoVic a finalist in iAwards

October 13, 2020

Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance’s shared clinical system for genomics, GenoVic, has been recognised as a Finalist in the 2020 Victorian iAwards. Hosted by the Australian Information Industry Association, the iAwards are…

Genomic testing leads to better diagnosis and care for patients with genetic kidney disease

September 17, 2020

A Melbourne Genomics study published this week has found that genomic testing for patients with suspected genetic kidney disease leads to more definitive diagnosis and has a substantial, quantifiable impact on care. Lead authors…

Genomics means better, quicker diagnosis and far fewer invasive tests for children with complex conditions

August 12, 2020

A Melbourne Genomics study published this week demonstrates that genomic testing as a first-line test doubles the number of children diagnosed with complex conditions and drastically reduces the number of invasive tests these…

New genomics learning hub

August 10, 2020

The Melbourne Genomics team developing and deploying professional education activities continues to deliver remotely. Our dedicated learning website, learn-genomics is now home to a variety of free online resources for health…

Meet Joe Sango

August 7, 2020

Software Development Manager Joe Sango recently joined the Melbourne Genomics Innovation and Technology team, to further develop the shared system for genomics, GenoVic. To ensure GenoVic delivers benefits to Alliance members as…

GenoVic update

June 17, 2020

The Alliance’s shared clinical system for genomics, GenoVic, now offers additional tools and has recently completed transition to a new operating entity. Additional capabilities and tools Two accredited testing laboratories that…

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