Join us for breakfast at the International Congress of Genetics

22nd June, 2023

Join Dr Natalie Thorne at the International Congress of Genetics to discuss why genomics and digital health aren’t getting along.

Dr Thorne will host a breakfast event for conference participants at 7am on Thursday 20 July.

Missed connections: Why genomics and digital health aren’t getting along

For precision medicine to work, you need to understand a patient’s genomic, lifestyle and health records. But the systems that hold these records don’t speak to each other.

Over breakfast, Dr Natalie Thorne plays matchmaker. She’ll explain why the systems need to connect and exchange data, and show you real-world examples of how it’s being done. Her insights come from hands-on experience of building a shared digital health platform for genomics.

Ham and eggs. Toast and jam. Genomics and digital health. Some things just belong together.

This event is free for all participants in the International Congress of Genetics.

Date: Thursday 20 July 2023

Time: 7am-8am

Location: Room 208, Melbourne, Level 2, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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