Neuropsychiatrist Prof Chris Pantelis and neural engineering researcher Prof Stan Skafidas discuss the potential for the use of genetics to improve the diagnosis of autism. Presented by Dr Shane Huntington.
Molecular biologist and science policy leader Professor Keith Yamamoto discusses the current revolution in biological sciences and the emerging field of precision medicine. Presented by Dr Shane Huntington.
Clinical and research geneticist Prof Ingrid Winship discusses the use of genetic testing to improve the lives of people with inherited diseases and their families, as well as the pitfalls of direct-to-consumer genetic testing. Presented by Dr Dyani Lewis.
Biologist Dr Michael Inouye describes the emerging field of systems biology -- how it integrates large amounts of diverse data to take an encompassing approach to the study of life processes, and how it can be applied to the study of disease. Presented by Dr Dyani Lewis.
Professor of genomic medicine Vanessa M. Hayes discusses our African genomic origins and how exploring global genetic diversity can help us understand and address human disease. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
IBM computational biologist Dr Ajay Royyuru and computer scientist Professor Justin Zobel discuss the intersection of life sciences with high-end computing, and how computational scale may dramatically enhance biological and genetic research. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Prof Loane Skene and Assoc Prof Jim Black discuss the debate on medical informatics with Sian Prior
Professor Loane Skene, Chair of the Board of Undergraduate Studies, and Professor of Law at the Melbourne Law School and the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Assoc Prof Jim Black, Epidemiologist and Public Health Physician at the Nossal Institute for Global Health
Topic: Individual Privacy vs Public Benefit in Health (Medical) Informatics