Bioinformatics: How personalised medicine is revolutionising cancer treatment and prevention


On the 10th of April, the Centenary Institute and The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA, will be hosting a luncheon at Wildfire to announce the formation of, and raise funds for, the Centenary – Lifehouse Cancer Research Centre.

The development of the Centenary/Lifehouse Cancer Research Centre completes the formation of a comprehensive centre that will be of huge benefit to many generations and is generously supported by the Australian Cancer Research Foundation and the University of Sydney.

At the event, Dr William Ritchie, Head of Bioinformatics at the Centenary Institute, will speak about how the field of personalised medicine is rapidly expanding with advancement in Bioinformatics.

To whet your appetite, in anticipation of the event, watch Dr Will Ritchie speak about the impact of Bioinformatics…



Event: ”How personalised medicine is revolutionising cancer treatment and prevention

Keynote Speaker: Dr William Ritchie (Head Bioinformatics, The Centenary Institute)

Enquiries: Phone: 02 9515 2000 or via email:

Organised by: The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA and The Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology

Date: Wednesday, 10 April 2013 12:00 PM

Location: Wildfire, Overseas Passenger Terminal Circular Quay, The Rocks, NSW 2000

Cost: $200 per person