A world-class organisation needs a world-class website
3 December 2014
Today we launch the website we’ve dreamed about!
We built this new site to be a foundation for our communication to the world. And we designed it with you in mind. We’ve rewritten the content and redesigned the structure so you can get informed and stay informed quickly and easily on whatever device you happen to be using.
Here’s a few things we’re excited to show you:
- New design that looks great on your phone, tablet or desktop and is easier to navigate.
- Melanoma glossary to define melanoma jargon.
- Treatment pages that will leave you informed but not keep you up reading all night.
- Sophisticated search function to make finding things easy.
- Blogs for patients, melanoma community news and research developments.
- Easier giving with automatic online donation receipting.
- Integration with our Facebook page and Twitter feed.
- And that’s just the beginning!
We thought our new site deserved a bright new logo too. So we designed one that remembers who we are while bringing a bright freshness that we think reflects the hope and excitement we have for the future. Is that the sun rising in the middle of our umbrella, dawning a bright new day for the future of melanoma research and care? Maybe so…
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is releasing the 4th edition of Classification of Skin Tumours.
Former Executive Director of Melanoma Institute Australia Professor John Thompson awarded the prestigious 2018 RPA Foundation Research Medal.
Clinicians, patients and other stakeholders in the cancer community are invited to make submissions in support of the PBS listing for pembrolizumab.
The World Congress on Cancers of the Skin 2018 has featured many minds from MIA sharing their expertise and wealth of knowledge with over 1000 attendees from around the world.
Melanoma Institute Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of Matthew Browne as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
It was a full house this week at Melanoma Institute Australia thanks to our ‘Melanoma in Practice: Nurse Conference’.
A new study from The University of Sydney shows that sunscreen reduces melanoma risk by 40 per cent when used from a young age.
Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) has launched a free e-learning portal to educate healthcare professionals about the latest advances in melanoma diagnosis and treatment.
When David lost his life last year, he was 33, with three daughters under six.
Clinical trials are just that – trials in a clinical setting to evaluate the effectiveness or otherwise of individual and combination treatments.
Melanoma Institute Australia scooped the award pool at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Academy of Pathology.
Melanoma patients across Australia will benefit from the release of updated clinical care guidelines.
An American study has discovered a link between early detection and marital status in melanoma diagnosis.
An international course on melanoma pathology in Paris, France co-directed by Professor Richard Scolyer took place over the weekend.
Professor Richard Scolyer highlights the difficulties of diagnosis following the Australian Story feature program on Emma Betts.
Cancer Australia releases 'stage at diagnosis' data for top five incidence cancers – including melanoma
For the first time in Australia, national data has been released on cancer stage at diagnosis. This data explores the top five incidence cancers – female breast cancer, colorectal, lung, prostate cancers and melanoma.
'Dear Emma' - a tribute to the life and times of a young woman determined to raise awareness about melanoma.
Carole Renouf, CEO for MIA thanks Toyota for helping fuel ongoing melanoma research.
Fraser Dykes tackled the Kokoda Trail on an eight day trek in memory of his friend Mark 'Bod' Boddison.