Using Genomics for Public Health Action


Using Genomics for Public Health Action

Davis Auditorium
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute


1g Royal Parade

Booking not required

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Genomic technologies have revolutionised public health microbiology, in Australia and globally. One of the major challenges in implementation of this technology is how best to integrate data into public health practice. Dr Williamson will discuss how her group has applied genomics to questions of public health importance, with a specific focus on two major public health themes: sexually transmitted infections and foodborne disease.

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