What is Genetics?
Genetics is the study of the causes and consequences of inherited differences among individuals. It encompasses the molecular, cellular, organismal and populational levels over time spans ranging from a 20-minute bacterial division to 4 billion years of evolution.
MSc Projects for 2015/6 available for viewing online
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MSc & Hons Projects for 2015/6 available for download here
Course Advice for B.Sc and B. Biomed Students: Genetics Major & Hons/MSc
Bachelor of Science
Genetics related news on the ABC Science site
Scientists discover second, secret DNA code
2013 Australian Infectious Diseases Research Centre Eureka Prize for Infectious Diseases Research - jointly won by Prof. Ary Hoffmann
Vanquishing the vectors: Enlisting bacteria to fight mosquito-borne disease - Up Close Podcast with Ary Hoffmann
Professor Phil Batterham elected to Presidency of the International Genetics Federation
"An overview of psychosocial oncogenetic research involving common genetic variants, psychosocial support for young female BRCA carriers, and returning clinically significant research results."
Dr. Laura Forrest
Tuesday 23 September 2014 at 12.30pm.
Venue: Genetics Seminar Room.