We are so proud of our MIA Co-Medical Directors, Prof Georgina Long AO and Prof Richard Scolyer AO, jointly named 2024 Australians of the Year.
The federal government has announced a new immunotherapy treatment for advanced melanoma patients has been added to PBS, significantly reducing the cost of the life-saving treatment.
We are delighted to have been successful in receiving four research grants recently awarded by Tour de Cure Australia.
A clinical trial, developed by MIA researchers in collaboration with international colleagues, has been named by prestigious journal Nature Medicine as one of 11 clinical trials likely to have the most impact on global medicine in the year ahead.
Prof Georgina Long and Prof Richard Scolyer have been named in Top 52 News Makers for 2023 by the Sydney Morning Herald 'Good Weekend' magazine.
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has joined forces with Paddle Australia and the nation’s peak expert bodies on skin cancer and UV radiation - including Melanoma Institute Australia - to ensure everyone involved in sport is sun safe this summer.
GAME ON MOLE, our annual MIA awareness campaign, which uses the iconic Aussie catch-phrase to start life-saving conversations about sun safety and skin health, has joined forces with Brisbane Roar Football Club.
GAME ON MOLE is a call to action to take your skin seriously! Know the skin you're in and be sun-safe. Find out more, buy the hat.
Congratulations to MIA’s Assoc Professor Alex Menzies and Rebecca Simpson, both very worthy recipients of 2023 NSW Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research.
Congratulations to MIA Co-Medical Directors, Professor Georgina Long AO and Professor Richard Scolyer AO, jointly named 2024 NSW Australian of the Year.