GenomePlus - About Us

The GenomePlus team has extensive practical experience and expertise covering

  • Healthcare Industries including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and genetics & genomics, with a depth of skills covering clinical research, reimbursement and market access, commercialisation as well as sales, marketing.

  • Information management including data management and privacy, project management support and guidance, Stakeholder relationship management, Business and finance support

  • Engaging medical and allied healthcare professionals, professional societies, advocacy and patient support groups

  • Information technology from personal devices or apps to complex analytical software


GenomePlus has worked with patient advocacy and support groups to assist them in better understanding their client’s needs. GenomePlus has collaborated with key healthcare stakeholders to facilitate debate and discussion around precision medicine technologies through facilitating educational events at conferences and roundtables.

GenomePlus is a member of the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics (ISCC) at the National Human Genome Research Institute (USA), as part of the International Working Party. The aim of the ISCC is to improve genomic literacy of physicians and other practitioners and to enhance the practice of genomic medicine through sharing of educational approaches and joint identification of educational needs. The group facilitates interactions among medical professional societies and the NIH Institutes & Centers to exchange practices and resources in genomic education and clinical care.  


 GenomePlus team includes:

Nicholette Conway (BPharm (Rhodes University), EMBA (UNSW)) has been working in healthcare for over 25 years. She has worked in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, in multiple disciplines from clinical research, health economics, market access and commercialisation.

Julian Shelbourne (BSc Hons Chemistry & Management Studies, London University) has a broad range of skills from science, finance and technology to healthcare. He is actively involved in the development of sports and rehabilitation medical technologies which includes device software and applications.  Julian has extensive experience in technology and digital services.

GenomePlus partner and collaborate with a network of education specialists, genomic research and disease specialists from Australia and internationally to provide clients with the education and insights appropriate for their industry and genomic interest.

GenomePlus is a member of the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics (ISCC) at the National Human Genome Research Institute (USA), as part of the International Working Party. The aim of the ISCC is to improve genomic literacy of physicians and other practitioners and to enhance the practice of genomic medicine through sharing of educational approaches and joint identification of educational needs. The group facilitates interactions among medical professional societies and the NIH Institutes & Centers to exchange practices and resources in genomic education and clinical care.  


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