News & Events
Under the leadership of world-leading melanoma pathologist Prof Richard Scolyer and medical oncologist A/Prof Georgina Long, third year PhD student, Hojabr Kakavand, is at the forefront of melanoma research.
You are invited to provide comments for consideration by the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC). The PBAC will consider the registration of the anti-PD1 drug, Keytruda (pembrolizumab) at the next meeting in March.
Melanoma Institute Australia has launched a new smartphone app called ClinTrial Refer Melanoma to help busy clinicians find clinical trials for their melanoma patients.
MIA's Associate Professor Georgina Long and stage 4 melanoma patient, Maria, were recently interviewed by ABC Weekend Breakfast about the latest in clincial trials and melanoma treatments.
Sunbed campaigner, Jay Allen, has been acknowledged on the honour roll of Australia’s most influential people in the non-profit sector.
Today we launch the website we’ve dreamed about!
Dannii Minogue and Invisible Zinc support MIA with a fun new campaign
Our new summer campaign has you and your mates' backs covered!
Researcher James Wilmott is working to fill a gap in research for young patients.
When Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) patients at the Poche Centre are first diagnosed with advanced melanoma Anna Hoadley is there.
Join us for our fourth annual Melanoma March and help us raise over $1 million for melanoma research as we march for a cure!
Shining new hope for patients with advanced stage melanoma.
'Life's a Beach' is a community event run by Cairn's local Lavinia Coates. Lavinia's father John was diagnosed with melanoma in October 2013 with stage 4 melanoma.
'Through the Looking Glass' is an event inspired by the little luxuries in life that we often take for granted or restrict to special occasions - think champagne, flowers, pavlova, chocolate, and cheesy music.
A world-first study in the New England Journal of Medicine heralds the effectiveness of a targeted combination drug therapy after reporting major declines in the risk of disease progression and death in people with metastatic melanoma.
Associate Professor Georgina Long wins award for Cancer Institute NSW
Melanoma survivors and long-time friends Jay Allen and Andrew Rust concluded their 900km walk from Sydney to Melbourne completing their walk at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday 26 July.
Bribie Island will be hosting their first ever Melanoma March along the picturesque coastline.
Picton will be hosting their first ever Melanoma March in the picturesque Picton Botanical Gardens.
Melanoma March, an inititative of Melanoma Institute Australia, is an annual fundraising event. Now in it's fourth year, Melanoma March has raised over $1 million dollars for charity.