Virtual Laboratory: Endocrine Genomics

EndoVL: Endocrine Genomics Virtual Lab

Lead Organisation: The University of Melbourne

The Endocrine Genomics Virtual Laboratory (endoVL) provides clinical/biomedical data resources supporting a wide range of clinical research groups across Australia and globally.


  • Clinicians and Researchers in the biomedical fields of Endocrinology, Adrenal Tumors, Type-1 Diabetes, Disorder of Sex Disease, Niemann-Pick Disease, Atypical Femur Fracture and Polycistic Ovarian Syndrome


  • Easily and securely access clinical and bioinformatics data sets.
  • Share data sets and collaborate nationally and internationally with clinical communities and patients.

“Diseases don’t know boundaries or country codes, we have to build systems that allow researchers to collaborate across borders.”

Professor Richard Sinnott, Director, eResearch at The University of Melbourne

endoVL was developed by the University of Melbourne with the support of a number of partner institutions. endoVL recognises their funding by Nectar.

PrintNectar is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy to establish eResearch infrastructure in partnership with Australian research institutions, organisations and research communities. The University of Melbourne has been appointed as the Lead Agent.