Melbourne Translational Genomics Platform

The University of Melbourne, Department of Pathology.

Contact

Ms. Kym Pham

03 9035 7865


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Post author: Tiffany Cowie. Last update: 30/10/2015 at 9:49 am by Tiffany Cowie.

Overview

The Melbourne Translational Genomics Platform provides access to a broad range of capabilities, with particular expertise in clinical applications. Our facility offers the following:

  • Massively parallel sequencing on the HiSeq2500 and MiSeq
  • Sanger sequencing and genotyping
  • Custom genetic analysis including established genetic panels for cancer and neurodegenerative disease
  • Bioinformatic consultation
  • Project design consultation
  • NATA accredited molecular and histopathology diagnostic facility

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Benefits

Know how:

  • Specialist expertise in molecular pathology
  • NATA accreditation of genomic facility
  • Experienced technical and research personnel, internationally recognised in molecular genetics and diagnostics, and the implementation of genomic technology in the clinical setting

Support for experimental design, instrument use and data analysis is available.


Access

Facility access is arranged through the facility manager  – please contact Kym (tran.pham@unimelb.edu.au) for more information

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People

Ms. Kym Pham

Ms. Kym Pham

Facility Manager at The University of Melbourne, .

P: 03 9035 7865 | Email |

Ms. Tiffany Cowie

Ms. Tiffany Cowie

Facility Director at The University of Melbourne, Department of Pathology.

Tiffany Cowie (BSc MBA) is Research Manager for the Centre for Translational Pathology at University of Melbourne.
Former manager and senior scientist of AGD within the Department of Pathology, she also ran the neuroProteomics and neuroGenomics (P&G) Platform of the National Neuroscience Facility and is experienced in operational and strategic management of technology facilities, particularly at the interface of research, clinical practice and commercial service delivery.

P: 03 9035 7914 | Email |

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Location

Melbourne Translational Genomics Platform

The University of Melbourne, Department of Pathology. Level 7, Medical Building, Corner Grattan Street and Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: Central
Affiliations: The University of Melbourne
Accreditation: ISO 17025
Biological Science categories: Bioinformatics, Clinical Trials Design and Managment, Clinical trials resources, Computational, Diagnostics, DNA Sequencing, Expression analysis, Genomics, Genotyping, Methylation analysis, Molecular Profiling, Mutation analysis, Next Generation Sequencing, Preclinical assays

Tags: clinical diagnostics, computational genomics, DNA sequencing, expression analysis, Genomics, massively parallel sequencing, molecular pathology, mutation detection