Dr Gaya St GeorgeEmail
The role of the MACH Omics Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) is to provide advice, oversight and strategic direction regarding the establishment of the MACH Omics network.
The responsibilities of the SAG include:
- Establish the vision and strategic goals for the network
- Identify and assess options to realise the vision and strategic goals of the network
- Provide guidance and recommendations to the working groups
- Lead the development of proposals to attract additional capability and funding
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This webinar showcased an exciting multi-omic and multi-institutional approach to addressing rare disease, cancer and infectious disease from leading MACH partner researchers. Hosted by the MACH Omics group, the seminar also provided an overview of multi-omic activity including the MACH Omics Resource Directory.
Presenters: Associate Professor Marie-Liesse Asselin-Labat (WEHI), Associate Professor Sarah Dunstan (Doherty Institute), Professor David Thorburn (MCRI). Chaired by Associate Professor Kaylene Simpson.
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