The Wilson Centre for Lymphoma Genomics

The Wilson Centre is a leading Australian genomic testing and research centre that accelerates best diagnosis and personalised treatment outcomes to give all blood cancer patients a fighting chance from the start.  The Wilson Centre currently provides genomic testing through the Molecular Haematology laboratory at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in the following settings:

IGHV and TP53 mutation analysis in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) requiring up front treatment.  For Haematologist use only: request form to access testing CLL request form.

Difficult lymphoma cases that may benefit from additional genomic analyses.  Your Haematologist can contact piers.blombery@petermac.org with enquiries.

Whole genome sequencing for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)

Research (i.e. non-clinical) whole genome sequencing for patients with B-cell or T-cell ALL is currently being performed as part of a research study to investigate the diagnostic utility of WGS in the setting of ALL. Please have your Haematologist contact piers.blombery@petermac.org with enquiries regarding study participation.

Information regarding the laboratory’s routine genomic tests is available here: Peter Mac Molecular Haematology request form. General enquiries can be sent to molecular.haematology@petermac.org.