Dr. Chris Smith, The Naked Scientist
Welcome to Omics Australasia
Welcome to the website for the Omics Australasia Network and Symposium. Omics Australasia (OA) was established in 2012 by the Murdoch University Separation Science and Metabolomics Laboratory to promote and deliver a world-class conference in “Omics” research. The inaugural 2012 Omics Australasia Symposium was supported by the Western Australian Department of Commerce’s Innovation Promotion Program and held at the WA Maritime Museum from the 26th to the 28th November, 2012.
As the premier event for researchers, industry executives and key stakeholders involved in Omics research, OA aims to bring together a unique panel of Omics experts from around the globe to discuss research advances, innovations and challenges with a focus on emerging opportunities and technological development.
The Symposium is an excellent opportunity for Western Australian researchers to network and collaborate with some of the world’s leading luminaries and experts involved in ground-breaking Omics research. It showcases some of the nation’s successful Omics endeavours, as well as the technological progress that enabled these breakthroughs. It also allows the diverse but interconnected disciplines of Omics research to be brought together in a single forum where delegates can stimulate new collaborations and cross-fertilize unique skills.