Celebrating our research achievements
7 April 2017
Researchers and clinicians from Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) were among the 180 health industry staff, researchers and students whose awards were highlighted at the annual Sydney Medical School’s Celebratory Dinner on 30 March 2017. The evening celebrated the achievements of staff and students from The University of Sydney and its affiliates, like MIA, who have received significant awards during past year.
MIA’s researchers were recognised and celebrated due to their outstanding contributions to health research in Australia.
- Professor John Thompson AO was celebrated for receiving an Honorary Doctorate from Macquarie University and for being named Honorary Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
- Dr James Wilmott was celebrated for receiving the ‘Wildfire’ Highly Cited Publication Award at the NSW Premier’s Award for Outstanding Cancer Research.
Harvard’s Clinical Professor Martin Mihm and MIA’s Conjoint Medical Director Professor Richard Scoyler delivered a series of lectures on melanoma pathology in Vancouver, British Colombia this week at the world’s biggest annual pathology meeting.
A round of applause for a well deserved win.
A message from our CEO, Carole Renouf
Piction, Brisbane, Bahturst and Port Macquarie march to end melanoma.
Australian researchers have greater clarity on the best course of treatment for patients with advanced melanoma which has spread to the brain.
Melanoma treatment has come a long way in recent times, and the role that nurses play caring for melanoma patients has changed dramatically too.
It was a massive weekend of Melanoma Marches with six Marches in: Bendigo, Canberra, Manly, Newcastle, Bunbury and Adelaide.
Weekend two hit the ground marching with Melanoma Marches in Wollongong, Townsville, Mandurah and Western Sydney.
Melanoma Institute Australia's annual fundraising initiative is all systems go!
The reported proliferation of illegal commercial solariums is costing lives and requires urgent government intervention.
15-year-old melanoma survivor Toby Rayner will lead Mount Gambier’s march against melanoma Julie-Ann Sams knows all too well that melanoma doesn’t discriminate.
Updated guidelines defining appropriate excision margins have been published thanks to research from MIA.
Joanne and her trusty companion Frankie spend their days spreading a message of hope in hospitals, nursing homes, even prisons. It is a long way from her darkest hour facing palliative care. This is her story of hope.
Melanoma impacts more Australian teenagers and young adults than any other cancer. Dr James Wilmott, who has a young family of his own, has devoted his career to determining why these young Australians are susceptible to melanoma, and importantly, how to save them.
Melanoma Masterclass celebrates Australian luminaries who have transformed melanoma treatment worldwide
The extraordinary contribution of Australia’s most distinguished melanoma clinicians and researchers is being celebrated today.
Congratulations to Professor Richard Scolyer who was awarded the William O. Russell/Joanne Vandenberge Hill Award of Excellence in Pathology.
A Day in the Life Of... Serigne Lo, Research and BioStatistics Manager at Melanoma Institute Australia
Jay was your typical Aussie bloke – a truck driver, husband, dad and mate to many. Then he got melanoma. His cancer diagnosis turned his life upside down.
Clair faced an impossible choice – risk delivering her baby early, or delay potentially life-saving melanoma treatment