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The John Curtin School of Medical Research has launched a new Centre for Personalised Immunology, which aims to unlock the potential of personalised medicine.

The new centre brings together some of Australia’s top genetics and clinical researchers, to help work out the best way to use genetic information to improve diagnosis and tailor individual treatments for patients with immunological diseases such as lupus and immune deficiency.

The new centre, led by the ANU, is the first of its kind in Australia and will bring together Australia- based researchers from the Westmead Children’s Hospital, the University of Sydney, Monash University, the QIMR Berghofer Institute, and the Garvan Institute.

International researchers will also be involved from the NIH in the United States, University of Ulm and University of Freiberg in Germany, and from Oman.

Courtesy: The Australian National University, Canberra

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