Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) offers full-time Fellowship positions for medical oncology trainees, RACP Fellows or overseas equivalents. These Fellowships usually commence in a February for one year in duration.

These clinical positions will provide a unique opportunity for the right individuals to learn the skills for optimal clinical management of medical oncology patients with melanoma and complex skin cancer. Fellows will also obtain training in clinical trials, clinical research and immunotherapy treatment for melanoma and complex skin cancer patients in a multi-disciplinary, clinical and translational research environment.

Highlights of the role include:

  1. Joining a world class organisation renowned for three pillars of activity related to melanoma and complex skin cancer: clinical care, research and education
  2. Opportunity to participate in world-leading clinical research
  3. Specialising in immuno-oncology through an unparalleled experience in treatment, clinical trials and research
  4. Becoming an integral member of a coordinated, supportive and enthusiastic clinical trials team, managing patients on Ph I, II and III clinical trials, treated with novel immune and targeted therapies
  5. Working in a dynamic environment in a recognised centre of excellence

MIA is an independent, not-for-profit research institute located in North Sydney (NSW, Australia). The Institute is affiliated with The University of Sydney and collaborates with clinicians at various hospitals in Sydney. Our dynamic and high-volume multidisciplinary team sees approximately 500 new patients each year and leads a large number of clinical trials of novel agents, including investigator-initiated clinical and translational studies. The Institute has become a major referral centre in Australia, and the care and research conducted by MIA is widely regarded as world-class.

These positions will involve participation in outpatient multidisciplinary melanoma care and complex skin cancer, strong involvement in the day to day management of patients with melanoma and complex skin cancer, as well as medical oversight of medical oncology clinical trials. The right candidate can also participate in the conduct of clinical research projects and programs. Fellows have the opportunity to participate in the academic activities of the Institute, including leading research projects for presentation at a major international conferences and publication in high-ranking journals.

Applicants need to have recent experience working in Medical Oncology (or Dermato-oncology for German/Swiss candidates) in a formal training program or have completed training. Appropriate regulatory assistance will be given to facilitate the best overall candidates.

Applications have closed for Fellowships which commence in February 2025. If you are interested in a Fellowship from 2026, please email Kylie Scott, Head of Human Resources, Melanoma Institute Australia using the button below.

If you have any questions, please call Kylie Scott on (02) 9911 7237.

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