Australian Omics Library
Many families want to donate and openly share their genomic and health information to accelerate research for young people with cancer. It is also important to young people that they can access their genomic and health information whenever they need it. Being a part of the Australian Omics Library makes it straight forward for them to do this.
What is the Australian Omics Library?
The Australian Omics Library is a very large database that securely stores all the information that health professionals gather from a young persons genome sequencing, medical history and treatment.
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What makes the Australian Omics Library different?
The Australian Omics Library is different from a research database because it builds a lifelong record of a young persons health care. Essential information is continually updated and available to young people clinicians and researchers participating in the library.
Who runs the Australian Omics Library?
The Australian Omics Library is a partnership between the Princess Alexandra Hospital, the Translational Genomics Research Centre (ATGC), Cancer Alliance Queensland (CAQ) and Australian Families 4 Genomics (AF4G).
How do I donate to the Australian Omics Library?
You will be asked to donate your genome and health information to the Australian Omics Library at the time of having your genome sequenced.
You can also donate your information to the Australian Omics Library if you have had your genome sequenced as part of another project or trial.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.