The Advanced Genomics Collaboration
The Advanced Genomics Collaboration

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Genomics-focused biomedical research secures $6.5 million to address complex health challenges
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Mar 19, 2024
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Genomics-focused biomedical research secures $6.5 million to address complex health challenges
The Advanced Genomics Collaboration (TAGC) has awarded funding to four new Innovation Projects led by University of Melbourne researchers collaborating with partners across the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct.
A better way to diagnose and treat prostate cancer
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Mar 18, 2024
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A better way to diagnose and treat prostate cancer
A trial using genomic testing and predictive disease modelling to guide therapy and reduce the burden of prostate cancer diagnosis, which evidence suggests is over-diagnosed and over-treated in early disease.
Enabling new therapies to stop blindness
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Mar 18, 2024
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Enabling new therapies to stop blindness
Establishing a comprehensive patient dataset of inherited retinal diseases, providing information to drive new treatments and therapies for the most common cause of blindness in working-aged Australians.
Locating cancer's source
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Mar 18, 2024
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Locating cancer's source
Developing a rapid multi-omic liquid biopsy blood test utilising whole genome sequencing to resolve the difficult diagnosis of cancer of unknown primary origin.
Improving women's health outcomes through genomics
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Mar 18, 2024
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Improving women's health outcomes through genomics
Performing next-generation sequencing to find new solutions for patients with common endometrial-related health problems such as abnormal menstrual bleeding, infertility and pregnancy disorders.
The future of cancer is very personal
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Dec 12, 2023
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The future of cancer is very personal
Precision medicine allows us to develop treatments for a specific disease in one person. But we must ensure all Australians can access these benefits

Increasing genomics innovation and its translation and adoption into the healthcare system to improve patient outcomes.