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Role Clinical Geneticist
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Professor Martin Delatycki is a co-director of the Bruce Lefroy Centre at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) and a clinical geneticist at the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS). Martin studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and trained in paediatrics at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH).

Martin subsequently trained in Clinical Genetics at VCGS and then obtained his PhD for work on Friedreich ataxia through the MCRI. His research and clinical interests are neurogenetics and community genetics. Martin has over 250 publications and has obtained over $5 million in research funding.
Professor Martin Delatycki is a co-director of the Bruce Lefroy Centre at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) and a clinical geneticist at the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS). Martin studied medicine at the University of...
Professor Martin Delatycki is a co-director of the Bruce Lefroy Centre at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) and a clinical geneticist at the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS). Martin studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and trained in paediatrics at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH).

Martin subsequently trained in Clinical Genetics at VCGS and then obtained his PhD for work on Friedreich ataxia through the MCRI. His research and clinical interests are neurogenetics and community genetics. Martin has over 250 publications and has obtained over $5 million in research funding.

Top Publications

  • Delatycki, M, Fahey, M, Churchyard, A, Corben, L. Friedreich Ataxia. 284 -305 2005
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  • Duncan, RE, Savulescu, J, Gillam, L, Williamson, R, Delatycki, MB. An international survey of predictive genetic testing in children for adult onset conditions. Genetics in Medicine 7(6) : 390 -396 2005
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  • Delatycki, M, Allen, K, Nisselle, A, Collins, V, Metcalfe, S, du Sart, D, Halliday, J, Aitken, M, Macciocca, I, Hill, V, et al. Use of community genetic screening to prevent HFE-associated hereditary haemochromatosis. The Lancet 366(9482) : 314 -316 2005
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  • Delatycki, MB, Ioannou, PA, Churchyard, AJ. Friedreich ataxia: from genes to therapies?. The Medical Journal of Australia 182(9) : 439 -439 2005
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  • Delatycki, MB. A de novo, apparently balanced reciprocal translocation in a child with developmental delay whose mother was being treated with low‐dose methotrexate at the time of conception. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 73(4) : 253 -254 2005
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