Learn from industry leaders
Our diagnostic programs are led by Dr Michael Gabbett. Michael is active in the sphere of professional education of paediatricians and physicians. He currently sits on the Royal Australasia College of Physicians (RACP) Curriculum Advisory Group. He was a member of the RACP Advanced Training Committee in Clinical Genetics for several years and held the position of RACP Regional Examiner at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Brisbane until the hospital’s closure. You can be confident you’ll learn from experts in the field of genomics.
Education underpinned by research
Professor Lyn Griffiths is the Director of the Centre for Genomics and Personalised Health at QUT. This world-class research centre utilises its NATA accredited genomics laboratories to undertake research on the genetic basis of disease, through the use of its unique population resources and the application of genetic studies to common, complex human disorders. You can be confident you'll learn from experts in the field of genomics.
The Master of Diagnostic Genomics was established with support from Queensland Genomics, a Queensland Government program to accelerate the adoption of genomics into everyday healthcare for Queenslanders.
QUT offers the first and only masters degree in diagnostic genomics in Australasia. The Human Genetics Society of Australasia is the professional society and credentialing body for genetics professionals in Australia. Graduates of the QUT Master of Diagnostic Genomics will be eligible to apply for professional credentialing from the Board of Censors in Diagnostic Genomics within HGSA.