The Wilson Centre for Blood Cancer 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 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 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