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Cameron Dickson, PhD candidate

To prepare for the future of health, health professionals will need to become data specialists who are able to interpret large pools of information to tailor prevention and care for an individual.

In the future, health professionals will be increasingly expected to interpret large pools of information to tailor prevention and care for an individual. With the growing availability of consumer genotyping kits, this transition is already ongoing. We use big data to create the type of information that is required for improving disease prevention and care in the context of individual genetic makeup, and are committed to delivering postgraduate training in genomics and precision health to medical doctors, pharmacists, nutritionists or other health professionals hoping to upskill for the future. With us, you will also have the opportunity to develop skills to use novel technologies to support the delivery of healthcare and prevention.

Contact us: ACPreH@unisa.edu.au