Centre for Law and Genetics

Welcome to the Centre for Law & Genetics

The Centre for Law and Genetics (The Centre or CLG) is based at the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania. 

Research at the CLG covers the ethical, legal and social implications of genetic technologies and is also interested in better health for society as a whole.

Members of the CLG work in a number of national and international collaborative teams and welcome the opportunity to further research in the area of law and genetics. Our researchers are experienced supervisors of PhD and masters projects and expressions of interest for post graduate studies are welcome.

Contact us about research collaborations and research based higher degrees.

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Upcoming Events

Dianne Nicol will attend the Global Alliance for Genomic and Health workshop as part of the Regulatory and Ethics working group in Canada in Early May. 

Dianne Nicol will attend the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics (Harvard Law School) 2016 Annual Conference entitled Big Data, Health Law, and Bioethics on May 6-7.

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Current Projects

Material Transfer

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Personalised Medicine

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3D Printing

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