Lead, Genomic Information Management
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Dr Natalie Thorne works on systems that enable complex data to inform clinical practice.  

Her career began in research bioinformatics, before she joined the Melbourne Genomics team to develop GenoVic, a clinical-grade system for genomic testing. She has worked on bioinformatics pipelines and multiple software applications, as well as the conceptual design for the entire system.

Now, she’s leading a team to mature and expand GenoVic as a sustained shared genomic information management system for Victoria, one that can enable better care for thousands of Victorians and open the door to precision medicine. 

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