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The Carney Centre for Pharmacogenomics was launched in May 2005, as a component of the University of Otago Leading Thinkers advancement campaign, and it received matching support from the government's Partnerships for Excellence programme.

Our objectives

  • To carry out excellent research into pharmacogenomics, from molecule to bedside
  • To provide high quality postgraduate and medical training in pharmacogenomic areas
  • To disseminate pharmacogenomics information in ways that inform and improve clinical practice

Our benefactors

The Carney Centre is named in honour of our benefactors, the Jim and Mary Carney Charitable Trust.

Read more about the Jim and Mary Carney Charitable Trust.

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