Featured Projects

Australian Biosciences Cloud

Biosciences research in Australia involves a diverse set of activities from local to national, across a range of life sciences areas (e.g. genomics, clinical, translational, population studies,...find out more

Melbourne Bioinformatics Platform

Established with funding from the University of Melbourne’s Collaborative Research Infrastructure Program, this project aims to: provide timely access to bioinformatics expertise, including...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 Professor Eeles held the first Pan Prostate Cancer workshop in London on 3 October 2014....find out more

Human Genomics Group

The Human Genomics Group is focused on enabling medical breakthroughs via new and cutting-edge bioinformatic approaches. Situated at one of the largest computational centres dedicated to life...find out more

EMBL-ABR: Melbourne Bioinformatics Node

Melbourne Bioinformatics, as a high-end computing facility and a team of, now, 35 experts who are building capacity for the Victorian in life science research community, qualified as a Node of...find out more

EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR)

EMBL-ABR aims to: increase Australia’s capacity to collect, integrate, analyse, exploit, share and archive the large heterogeneous data sets now part of modern life sciences research contribute...find out more

Microbial Genomics Virtual Laboratory

Public health authorities and researchers around the world are working hard to implement a new ‘gold standard’ in public health outbreak investigations, using the refined analytical tools now...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