Melanoma Institute Australia Fellowship Program
MIA offers a number of unique clinical and research-based Fellowships each year to train and educate the melanoma clinicians of the future. These Fellowships offer an outstanding opportunity for high-level training in medical oncology, melanoma surgical oncology, breast and surgical oncology, and melanoma pathology.
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Current Fellowship Opportunities
Applications are invited from qualified General or Plastic Surgeons for the Poche Fellowship in Melanoma and Surgical Oncology.
This program is based at the Melanoma Institute Australia’s North Sydney campus, as well as the Mater Hospital Crows Nest, and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown.
This position is formatted at a post Fellowship level (FRACS or equivalent) and is suitable for surgeons seeking to develop a vocational interest in the field.
Each year we offer two clinical and research based Fellowships, which are for twelve months commencing in February, 2020. The Fellowships involve a substantial clinical workload in dedicated outpatient clinics, operating sessions and weekly multidisciplinary meetings.
The Melanoma Institute Australia is one of the world’s largest melanoma services, and access to its internationally respected Melanoma Research Database provides the opportunity to undertake significant research during this Fellowship.Applications are accepted from Australian and non-Australian candidates.
Fellowships are available from February 2020, and applications for this Fellowship close on 8 March, 2019. Interested candidates should submit the following:
- curriculum vitae
- proof of specialist qualification
- current medical registration/licensing
- medical indemnity
- contact details of three referees
Please address your application to:
A/Prof Robyn Saw, Melanoma Institute Australia, 40 Rocklands Road, North Sydney, NSW, 2060, Australia.