The Advanced Genomics Collaboration
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TAGC sponsors 2023 MDHS Honours Conference
News
Oct 27, 2023
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TAGC sponsors 2023 MDHS Honours Conference
TAGC was proud to sponsor the University of Melbourne’s annual MDHS Honours Conference this year, in line with the partnership’s commitment to supporting scholarship and learning opportunities to equip the next generation of researchers with the skills to lead the genomic workforce of the future.
Making advanced genomic testing more accessible for cancer patients
News
Sep 20, 2023
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Making advanced genomic testing more accessible for cancer patients
The TAGC team recently received full diagnostic accreditation through the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) to perform ‘ctDNA profiling’ analysing tumour DNA collected via liquid biopsy. It’s a crucial step towards making advanced genomics testing more affordable and accessible.
The University of Melbourne and Peter Mac to establish precision cancer care centre
News
Aug 1, 2023
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The University of Melbourne and Peter Mac to establish precision cancer care centre
The University of Melbourne and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre will establish a new centre to transform how genomics and precision oncology is delivered in Australia.
Applications open: TAGC Innovation Fund
News
May 8, 2023
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Applications open: TAGC Innovation Fund
Genomics-focused Commercial Innovation Projects are invited to apply for up to $2 million in funding for up to two years from The Advanced Genomics Collaboration (TAGC).
TAGC Town Hall - Information Session for Commercial Innovation Projects
Events
May 8, 2023
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TAGC Town Hall - Information Session for Commercial Innovation Projects
Join Dr Emma Ball, Illumina, and Dr Bow Tauro, University of Melbourne, for a town hall session outlining the application process and answering any questions.
Call for commercially viable genomics projects
News
Jun 21, 2022
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Call for commercially viable genomics projects
Genomics projects with a demonstrable commercial focus are invited to apply for up to $2 million in funding from The Advanced Genomics Collaboration (TAGC). To be eligible, applicants must be based at The University of Melbourne and MACH partner organisations.

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