Melbourne Integrative Genomics (MIG) is an interdisciplinary initiative of the University of Melbourne
We aim to understand biological systems, with a special focus on genomes as the blueprint for each system. We are interested in biological systems of different scales, including molecular systems, cell systems, individuals, host-pathogen interactions, species interactions, and populations. For more details see our Research page.
MIG is co-hosted by the Schools of BioSciences and of Mathematics & Statistics. We are supported by the Faculty of Science and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).
News & Research Highlights
À bientôt Olivier & Laetitia
French connection with MIG
NHMRC success for MIG!
Congrats to Kim-Anh & Damjan
We have launched!
MIG Launch Event - 23rd November, 2017
Irene awarded 3yr NZ Marsden Fund grant
From genotypes to phenotypes: Quantifying the functional load
Stem Cells Australia receives additional $3M
Positioning Australian stem cell research for the future
Balding - PLoS Genetics
How Convincing is a Y-Chromosome Profile Match?
Balding - Nature Communications
Human hair GWAS - Altmetric Top 100 2016
Balding, Petrovski & Silk - Genome Research
Predicting disease-potential: epilepsy genes
Stephen, Damjan & Allan co-author UK Biobank paper
Genome-Wide Genetic Data on ~500,000 UK Biobank Participants
MIG Seminar Series
Semester 2 Schedule, 2017
Byars - PLOS Genetics
Genetic Connection Between Heart Disease & Human Reproduction Revealed
Balding - Nature Genetics
SNP Heritability in Complex Traits
Kim-Anh's latest mixOmics publications
Multi-Omic Data Integration
Damjan's work in Aust Fin Review
Genetics Research & Life Insurance
Allan wins GeneMappers ECR award
Allan Motyer Wins the ECR Award, GeneMappers 2017
SysGen Seminar Series
Semester 1 Schedule, 2017