New GenoMEL paper

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute has published a new GenoMEL paper examining the role of chromosomal telomere length in melanoma. The research involved creating a score representing genetically determined telomere length, based on all the established telomere associated genes and found that this score correlated with melanomaRead More

New GenoMEL paper

The International Journal of Cancer has published a new GenoMEL paper entitled, “Fine mapping of genetic susceptibility loci for melanoma reveals a mixture of single variant and multiple variant regions“. It reports the results of examining genetic data from over 5,000 individuals with melanoma and over 7,000 individuals withoutRead More

Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences

The consortium’s coordinator, Prof. Julia Newton Bishop, has been elected to theFellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences. Academy Fellows are elected for excellence in medical research, innovative application of scientific knowledge or conspicuous service to healthcare. This prestigious award is recognition of Julia’s contribution to understanding melanoma genetics.Read More

2015 meeting

The last annual meeting was in Lund, Sweden in May 2015. At this meeting a new related training network was launched called MELGEN (see the MELGEN section of the web site). MELGEN is a Marie Curie training network funded by the EU Horizon 2020 in which 17 new PhDRead More