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Precision medicine: reducing burden of disease through genetics & genomics

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Charles LaTrobe Theatre

Ground Floor, The Royal Melbourne Hospital

300 Grattan Street

Parkville, VIC 3050

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Precision Medicine: reducing the burden of disease by prevention through genetics and genomics.

Hosted by Professor Ingrid Winship, you will gain an understanding of how the role of genetics and genomics in disease can help reduce the burden of disease through prevention, early detection and optimisation of management and monitoring.

Professor Ingrid Winship is the inaugral Chair of Adult Clinical Genetics at the University of Melbourne and the Executive Director of Research for Melbourne Health. Professor Winship has a wide range of clinical and research interests in inherited disorders, particularly those with adult onset, including familial cancer, and where foreknowledge of genotype may influence clinical or lifestyle measures to create positive patient outcomes.

For more information:

Sandie Baskin

RMH Foundation

Ph: 03 9342 7111

Email: sandie.baskin@mh.org.au


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