Seminar Room 2003

Genomics to transform kidney health: challenges, progress and opportunities

Can the application of genomics in healthcare help us to create new possibilities to understand disease and improve healthcare? For kidney disease, this reflects both new and old challenges framed within an opportunity to improve the lives of patients and families whilst empowering clinicians with new tools and skills.

Presented by Associate Professor Andrew Mallett | Nephrologist, Co-Lead, Queensland Renal Genetics Service, RBWH, MNHHS | National Director KidGen Collaborative | Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Queensland | Clinical Fellow, Institute for Molecular Bioscience, the University of Queensland.

Date:  Tuesday 26 November 2019

Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm

Location: Seminar Room 2003