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    Home Meetings ISAC Meeting October 2015 Upcoming Meetings Previous January 2016 Next 12 Jan 2016 G DSDBAC Meeting January 2016 28 Jan 2016 ISAC Meeting January 2016 Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us Contact the International Coordinating Office Human Variome Project International Ltd Level 1 200 Berkeley Street University of Melbourne Victoria Australia P 61 3 9035

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  • Flat | meetings - Human Variome Project
    Meetings Upcoming Meetings Previous March 2016 Next 08 Mar 2016 G DSDBAC Meeting March 2016 15 Mar 2016 ICCAC Meeting March 2016 24 Mar 2016 ISAC Meeting March 2016 Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us Contact the International Coordinating Office Human Variome Project International Ltd Level 1 200 Berkeley Street University of Melbourne Victoria Australia P 61

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  • ICCAC Meeting - February 2016 | ICCAC Meetings | Committee & Council Meetings | meetings - Human Variome Project
    Fora Project wide Initiatives Home Meetings ISAC Meeting October 2015 ICCAC Meeting February 2016 ICCAC Meetings Tuesday February 2 2016 12 00 13 00 Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us Contact the International Coordinating Office Human Variome Project International Ltd Level 1 200 Berkeley Street University of Melbourne Victoria Australia P 61 3 9035 9519 E info

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  • Individual Members - Human Variome Project
    up to date with HVP news events and opportunities Opportunity to provide input to developing HVP policies guidelines and recommendations Suggest content for inclusion in the Human Variome Project Consortium Update and publish occasional guest posts to the blog Be eligible for reduced registration fees for selected Human Variome Project events conferences and training courses Click here to register as an Individual Member Click here to view the Requirements of

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  • Institutional Members - Human Variome Project
    Garvan Institute of Medical Research is one of Australia s leading medical research institutes based in Sydney It is affiliated with St Vincent s Hospital and the University of New South Wales It has six research Divisions Cancer Genomics Epigenomics Diabetes Metabolism Immunology Neuroscience and Bone Biology Its mission is to advance medical knowledge and healthcare by fundamental discovery and active translation into clinical practice The Garvan Institute is home to the Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics KCCG Australia s only provider of population scale whole genome sequencing WGS KCCG was one of the first centres in the world to acquire the Illumina HiSeq X Ten system capable of sequencing up to 18 000 human genomes per annum In 2016 KCCG is expected to sequence over 10 000 genomes for research and clinical purposes The KCCG is staffed by a growing team of over 40 medical geneticists molecular pathologists genome scientists bioinformaticians technical specialists software engineers database curators and research students The diagnostic pipeline developed at the KCCG focuses on the intersection of genotype and phenotype adhering to the principles of responsible molecular interpretation set out by the American College of Medical Genetics The KCCG is working to increase high quality genomic knowledge through the development of sophisticated and scalable analytical software and through the construction and curation of genotype phenotype databases for the identification of novel genes and pathogenic variants associated with Mendelian disorders and cancer with the aim of expanding genome sequencing and variome analysis to the entire consenting population as the basis for understanding human biology and diversity and the transformation of healthcare UQ Research One of Australia s premier research and teaching institutions UQ has made significant contributions to knowledge and society through its unrelenting pursuit of academic excellence innovative research and contemporary social relevance UQ s research community excels pioneering positive change to offer solutions to some of the great challenges of our time UQ s broad research capability includes life sciences nanotechnology eResearch engineering social sciences and humanities About UQ Genomics The University of Queensland UQ is a key player in global genomics research accommodating the largest and most sophisticated genomics capability in southern hemisphere Established as a virtual network the UQ Genomics Initiative aims to facilitate partnerships and engagement across all genomics researchers at UQ s many institutes faculties and centres to form an integrated research alliance It also aims to foster effective and productive collaborations with Queensland s leading healthcare providers universities and other research organisations to harness Queensland s clinical research and education strengths and translating multidisciplinary knowledge into beneficial practical outcomes Queensland Genomics Health Alliance On the 22nd of September 2015 the Queensland State Government announces a 25m five year commitment to research aimed at integrating genomics into everyday healthcare Potentially positioning Queensland as a world leader in the translation of genomics research into healthcare practice the Queensland Genomics Health Alliance QGHA will encourage collaboration within and between the state s health system and research and academic communities to discover

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  • Data Providers - Human Variome Project
    Human Variome Project as a member please contact the International Coordinating Office Level 1 200 Berkeley Street University of Melbourne Victoria Australia P 61 3 9035 9519 E This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us Contact the International Coordinating Office Human Variome Project

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  • Registration - Human Variome Project
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  • Membership Requirements of Consortium Members - Human Variome Project
    be guided by the HVP core values of Collaboration Celebration Respect Inclusion Service and Professionalism Consortium Members are required to heed the standards and guidelines generated by the HVP and approved by the Company from time to time Consortium Members should possess some level of expertise in clinical genetics genetic counselling genetic data collection and or curation information technology and administration of scientific projects Consortium Members should act as an advocate for the HVP in academic circles Where appropriate Consortium Members should actively support submission to the HVP of their own genetic and clinical data and assist in creating the systems required for this collection Where appropriate Consortium Members should facilitate collection of variation data in their own country Consortium Members who are not individuals must nominate an individual as their representative pursuant to guidelines approved by the Board of Directors of the Company Membership Application Admission to membership as a Consortium Member is at the discretion of the Board of Directors of the Company Application for admission as a Consortium Member is to be made pursuant to the application process approved by the Board The Board is to notify all applicants when admitted as a Consortium Member Cessation of Membership A member ceases to be a Consortium Member if the member notifies the Company that they wish to withdraw their membership the member being a natural person dies the member ceases to exist or ceases operation or the member being a corporation or government has a receiver or receiver and manager appointed or take any action having the effect of winding up the Consortium Member By registering as a member of the Human Variome Project Consortium you consent to receive the monthly Consortium Update e newsletter and other such emails as sent from time to time by the International

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