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August 2019: A new publication arising from a collaboration with Prof Peter Cowan, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne and the Department of Medicine at the University of Melbourne was published this month. This work involves new techniques for conducting CRISPR editing in pigs, aiming to improve the compatibility of porcine organs with human recipients. In this study, Melbourne Bioinformatics expert Gayle Philip assisted with carrying out the whole genome sequencing and optimising the bioinformatic analysis to assess the fidelity of FokI-dCas9 editing in the generation of these pigs. See: FokI-dCas9 mediates high-fidelity genome editing in pigs, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31407391.