Academic researchers who are ANS members are invited to submit an application outlining how they will utilise multiomics to advance their research.
A panel of ANS members will select the winner and will take into consideration how innovative the project is, the potential for follow-up and its contribution to neuroscience research. The winner will have access to sequencing and array processing of up to 24 samples. Data from sequencing and array processing will provide genomic, transcriptomic and/or epigenetic information. Samples will be processed through the Illumina Innovation Collective laboratory in Melbourne, including access to library preparation and sequencing services, array processing services and an opportunity to use Illumina's data analysis options.
Details on how to apply are available on the Illumina website. Applications close 22 March 2024.