We would like to invite you to attend our information evening to learn about a Career in Genomics.
The Master of Genomics and Health, the first such program in Australia, has been designed to prepare a workforce that is knowledgeable and skilled in practical, ethical and socially responsible implementation of genomics in health.
Students will gain knowledge about genomics and engage in discourse around the current and potential impact on health and medicine brought about by advances in genomics and genomic technologies.
The Masters program (200 points) provides 40 days of relevant industry internships and students can select a research stream which provides adequate training for those who wish to undertake a PhD in future.
There are options available for a Graduate Certificate (50 points) or a Graduate Diploma (100 points).
Drs Sharon Lewis and Belinda McClaren will give a short presentation about the program. Past and current students will talk about their experiences of the program and will be available to answer questions.
Registration is essential.