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