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Bronwyn Terrill
Science communicator, educator & researcher (/ specialist + ). Garvan, AGHA, Genioz, HGSA EESIC, but All views are very much my own.
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Kat Arney Feb 8
Science is a process, not a product. People who communicate research for a living need to move away from the press release model of "scientists have found a thing, do you like it?" to telling stories that reveal the context & questions that drive research
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Kinghorn Genomics Jan 30
Your is your complete set of genetic information, encoded in 6 billion letters of DNA. Watch our introduction to your genome and find out how differences in these letters can have a big effect on your body
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ThinkGP Jan 29
We've had a fantastic response to our NEW and accredited Cat 2 module & educational video - our most played video of the year 🙌
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Kate Patterson Jan 28
Teachers taught art of genomic visualisation - Weizmann Australia ⁦
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Tiff Boughtwood Jan 25
Congratulations Kathryn North AC. Her services to genomic medicine acknowledged with Australia's highest honour.
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Jacqueline Savard Jan 22
Very excited that our latest paper is now out! Findings from our - available here:
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Dr Ainsley Newson Jan 22
Paper now out in EJHG reporting 's survey of Australians' views and experience of personal tests ( ): .
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Genetics Edu NSW Jan 20
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Bronwyn Terrill Jan 17
Also v proud supervisor moment
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Bronwyn Terrill Jan 17
Fantastic to see this study published — lots of hard work and interesting perspective from Tanya Dwarte in this upcoming special issue...
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Bronwyn Terrill Jan 17
Privileged to have spent 4 intense days with inspirational teachers learning to edit videos & teach with animations. Tired but v happy thanks to brilliant collaborators from and !
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Wellcome Genome Campus Society and Ethics Research Jan 15
What does it mean to be a genetically disabled person in an age of ? Dr Felicity Boardman joined us for: Unravelling Disability's : Experience and Identity in a Genomic Age, to tackle this question. Here are her insights:
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Kinghorn Genomics Jan 14
testing is a complex multi-step process – watch our experts in sequencing, bioinformatics and interpretation talk about the part they play, and see how they bring their skills and knowledge together to find answers for patients
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 19
Check out our new animated explainer on , and see how your DNA can affect how you respond to some medications
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 16
Having your sequenced can identify variants that could increase your risk of developing disease – find out more in our video on DNA and your health
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 16
A few places (& travel subsidies) still available in with Molecular course for teachers in Sydney: January 13-17, 2019 as part of research to develop teachers' , and skills. This Flyer and EoI at
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 12
Interested in video-editing/using animations in your classroom? We’re seeking NSW/ & Aus teachers to be part of a study with free 4-day professional development 13-17 Jan2019 by & . Info & EoI:
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 12
Also available on our website at DNA Base:
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Kinghorn Genomics Dec 12
Watch our introduction to DNA, genes and genomes from , and see how variants in your DNA can have a big effect on how your body works
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Kinghorn Genomics Oct 28
Variants in DNA can be large or small, and can affect genes and proteins in different ways – learn about common types of genetic variants with our illustrations on
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