The OneScreen
Community Genomics Study

Aiming to improve genetic screening practices in the community for our future.

The OneScreen Community Genomics study is a collaboration with Wolper Jewish Hospital to study the health and public benefits of genetic screening in the community.

 

OneScreen is a translational research study conducted by Garvan’s Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics in collaboration with Wolper Jewish Hospital. It will study the potential health and public benefits of genetics in the community.

The OneScreen Community Genomics study will explore the use of advanced DNA sequencing technologies in genetic screening in the Jewish community, where a community genetics program has run for more than 25 years. OneScreen will inform the design of the next generation of community-based genetic screening.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this study, please contact us on (02) 9355 5764
during office hours or email onescreen@garvan.org.au.