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  • Lost your Password? - Human Variome Project
    password please enter your E mail Address then click the Send Password button and you will receive a new password shortly Use this new password to access the site E mail Address 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

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    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

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    brief bite to eat coffee and some more caffeine I went next door to the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute where Belinda Chong Senior Scientist met with me for an interview on the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services VCGS So Belinda how d you get into genomics I think it was more by accident I was at the right place at the right time kind of thing While I was at uni I had no clue what I wanted to do but I had a huge range of subjects I knew I was interested in science chemistry biochemistry I had zoology I had a whole range of different psychology But the whole genomics thing didn t happen until I was doing my PhD or even post doc Had any other profession caught your eye When I was doing my bachelors and going into masters I did think about doing nursing yeah that s completely different again looking at patients and patient care but by the time I d really thought about it I had already started my masters and was nearly completing it 0 Comments Continue reading Birds buckets beaches An analogy about genomics Posted by Peter Collins on Wednesday 19 August 2015 in Microattribution Imagine you need to catalogue all the grains of sand on a beach but to do this you must use special tweezers to pick up each grain be trained to identify the grain then place it in the correct grain bucket Imagine armed with this correctly catalogued beach worth of sand and buckets you could diagnose genetic diseases and design therapies with an ease unparalleled in today s scientific world Further imagine that through some fluke of evolution a highly intelligent species of bird with eyes and beaks suited to picking up and classifying individual grains of sand inhabit the island on which you wish to sort your sand Now all you have to do is train the birds to pick up the sand and deposit it into the correct bucket according to your bucket classification system but why would a bird do this Food Why would a researcher do this Publications To pull down the analogous curtain grains are genetic variants birds are researchers food is scientific recognition and buckets are genetic databases but the problem is really a problem We need to catalogue all the genetic variants in the world because it is this data that will enable us to get a handle on genetic disease diseases like sickle cell anemia cystic fibrosis polycystic kidney disease Tay Sachs and many others Whilst the birds favourite food continues to be publications publications don t get the sand sorted into buckets fast enough There is a faster approach it just requires a different sort of food MA or microattribution Microattribution opens up the discovery of scientific knowledge to the crowd and is part of a much larger effort on behalf of the Human Variome Project to encourage the collection and sharing of genetic data on a global

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    meerkats which I decided to save for my next visit After a brief bite to eat coffee and some more caffeine I went next door to the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute where Belinda Chong Senior Scientist met with me for an interview on the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services VCGS So Belinda how d you get into genomics I think it was more by accident I was at the right place at the right time kind of thing While I was at uni I had no clue what I wanted to do but I had a huge range of subjects I knew I was interested in science chemistry biochemistry I had zoology I had a whole range of different psychology But the whole genomics thing didn t happen until I was doing my PhD or even post doc Had any other profession caught your eye When I was doing my bachelors and going into masters I did think about doing nursing yeah that s completely different again looking at patients and patient care but by the time I d really thought about it I had already started my masters and was nearly completing it 0 Comments Continue reading Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Posted by Peter Collins on Tuesday 04 August 2015 in Ethical Legal Social Issues When should families put off genetic testing for their children Are direct to consumer tests safe for children Thinking about questions like these Read up on what the American Society of Human Genetics ASHG and American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics ACMG recommend Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Image titled A Climb on DNA Model sourced under Creative Commons via Flickr from James

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    Ethical Legal Social Issues When should families put off genetic testing for their children Are direct to consumer tests safe for children Thinking about questions like these Read up on what the American Society of Human Genetics ASHG and American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics ACMG recommend Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Image titled A Climb on DNA Model sourced under Creative Commons via Flickr from James Gentry 0 Comments Categories News Press Releases Statements Speeches Capacity Building Collaborating Projects HVP Country Nodes China Czech Republic Republic of Korea South East Asia Regional USA United Kingdom Venezuela Ethical Legal Social Issues Microattribution Subscribe by Email Get fresh blog posts delivered straight to your inbox Subscribe Popular Posts Human Variome Project International Limited Response to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Draft Constitution African genomics projects highlighted at major international scientific meeting A Global Alliance to Enable Responsible Sharing of Genomic and Clinical Data South East Asian Node Launched in Malaysia Submission regarding the Draft NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    Ethical Legal Social Issues When should families put off genetic testing for their children Are direct to consumer tests safe for children Thinking about questions like these Read up on what the American Society of Human Genetics ASHG and American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics ACMG recommend Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Image titled A Climb on DNA Model sourced under Creative Commons via Flickr from James Gentry 0 Comments Categories News Press Releases Statements Speeches Capacity Building Collaborating Projects HVP Country Nodes China Czech Republic Republic of Korea South East Asia Regional USA United Kingdom Venezuela Ethical Legal Social Issues Microattribution Subscribe by Email Get fresh blog posts delivered straight to your inbox Subscribe Popular Posts Human Variome Project International Limited Response to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Draft Constitution African genomics projects highlighted at major international scientific meeting A Global Alliance to Enable Responsible Sharing of Genomic and Clinical Data South East Asian Node Launched in Malaysia Submission regarding the Draft NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    Ethical Legal Social Issues When should families put off genetic testing for their children Are direct to consumer tests safe for children Thinking about questions like these Read up on what the American Society of Human Genetics ASHG and American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics ACMG recommend Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Image titled A Climb on DNA Model sourced under Creative Commons via Flickr from James Gentry 0 Comments Categories News Press Releases Statements Speeches Capacity Building Collaborating Projects HVP Country Nodes China Czech Republic Republic of Korea South East Asia Regional USA United Kingdom Venezuela Ethical Legal Social Issues Microattribution Subscribe by Email Get fresh blog posts delivered straight to your inbox Subscribe Popular Posts Human Variome Project International Limited Response to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Draft Constitution African genomics projects highlighted at major international scientific meeting A Global Alliance to Enable Responsible Sharing of Genomic and Clinical Data South East Asian Node Launched in Malaysia Submission regarding the Draft NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact Us

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  • Blog - Human Variome Project
    in Ethical Legal Social Issues When should families put off genetic testing for their children Are direct to consumer tests safe for children Thinking about questions like these Read up on what the American Society of Human Genetics ASHG and American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics ACMG recommend Points to Consider Ethical Legal and Psychosocial Implications of Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Image titled A Climb on DNA Model sourced under Creative Commons via Flickr from James Gentry 0 Comments Categories News Press Releases Statements Speeches Capacity Building Collaborating Projects HVP Country Nodes China Czech Republic Republic of Korea South East Asia Regional USA United Kingdom Venezuela Ethical Legal Social Issues Microattribution Subscribe by Email Get fresh blog posts delivered straight to your inbox Subscribe Popular Posts Human Variome Project International Limited Response to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Draft Constitution African genomics projects highlighted at major international scientific meeting A Global Alliance to Enable Responsible Sharing of Genomic and Clinical Data South East Asian Node Launched in Malaysia Submission regarding the Draft NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy Navigate Home About Activities Solutions Resources Meetings Blog Donate Members Login More Sitemap Privacy Policy Search Login Contact

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