Head, Public Health Genomics Program, Monash University
Paul Lacaze is the Inaugural Head of Public Health Genomics at Monash University. He conducts research into the role of genetic data for public and population health. His work is centred around the genetic analyses of large-scale cohort studies, biobanks, clinical trials and registries. Paul's role at Monash involves providing scientific and genomic leadership for the ASPREE study, Australia's largest clinical trial and study of healthy ageing.
May 25, 2019 06:45 am UTC| Health
DNA testing to predict disease risk has the potential to prevent disease and save lives. Yet few Australians can currently access predictive DNA testing via the health-care system. That may soon change. As technology...