Featured Projects

Australian Genomics Health Alliance (Australian Genomics)

Melbourne Bioinformatics is one of 80 partners across Australia and internationally who are participating in this exciting project which aims to integrate genomic medicine into Australian...find out more

The Australian Environmental Microbiome Research Data Cloud

In March 2018 we started work on the Australian Environmental Microbiome Research Data Cloud project to link significant national biological datasets with national biosciences computational...find out more

Bring Your Own Data (BYOD) Expansion Project

Australian biology researchers are tackling key challenges in areas from cancer research to improved agricultural crops, but these require them to work with an ever expanding array of leading-edge...find out more

Galaxy Australia

Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for accessible, reproducible, transparent and scalable analysis of biological datasets: A thriving global community depends on and contributes to Galaxy, with...find out more

Gen3 Project

NOTE: PROJECT COMPLETED Q3 2021. There are multiple initiatives in Australia generating human genomes at scale. Although there is a desire to share data wherever possible, most have no efficient...find out more

Genomics Virtual Laboratory

Over ten years after the sequencing of the human genome, in 2013 the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources project (Nectar) funded this project, led out of the University of...find out more

Human Genomes Platform Project

The Australian BioCommons, with support from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) and Bioplatforms Australia, has brought together a multidisciplinary team comprising organisations that...find out more

Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance (Melbourne Genomics)

A Dutch study published in Genetics in Medicine on 4 February 2016 applies a cost analysis to the early use of whole-exome sequencing in diagnosing difficult-to-diagnose patients with intellectual...find out more

Pan Prostate Genomics Consortium (PPGC)

Many groups around the world have generated whole genome DNA sequence (WGS) data. To co-ordinate this work Prof Ros Eeles (Institute of Cancer Research) held the first Pan Prostate Cancer workshop...find out more

Portable Pipelines Project

The Portable Pipelines Project (PPP) is a collaborative project between Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Bioinformatics, WEHI and the Australian BioCommons that anticipates the complex...find out more

PRECEPT – PRostatE CancEr Prognosis and Treatment

This research program aims to: Danny Park, Bernie Pope and Chol Hee Jung are all working on the genomic aspects of this project. For more information, see PRECEPT.find out more