2014 meeting

Over 60 researchers attended the joint GenoMEL/BioGenoMEL meeting in Valencia in May 2014. There were over 40 scientific presentations of world leading research with additional participation over the Internet. Such e-participation was trialled at this event and is likely to feature again in future meetings. Our thanks go toRead More

Christmas Donation

As part of their annual Christmas message to clients, IRT sends a newsletter highlighting a worthy cause. This Christmas IRT highlighted skin cancer and their UK office choose to support GenoMEL. IRT is the leading international horse transport company with its global headquarters in Australia and so skin awarenessRead More

Fund raising success

Rachel Barber recently completed the Great North Run and asked for sponsorship in memory of her dear friend Jenny, who she lost to melanoma. Rachel has raised over £500 to support GenoMEL’s research. Donations are still being accepted at JustGiving.com Congratulations to Rachel and thank you to all her sponsors. Rachel BarberRead More

Fund raising success

Geoff Walker recently completed Ironman France and asked for sponsorship in memory of a dear friend, Bernie Jackson, who died from melanoma earlier this year. The challenge involved over 140 miles of swimming, biking and running and Geoff has raised over £2,000 to support GenoMEL’s research. Donations are stillRead More

New GenoMEL paper in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology

A GenoMEL study of somatic BRAF and NRAS mutations in familial melanomas with known germline CDKN2A status has been published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. This study set out to investigate whether inheriting a CDKN2Amutation influences the mutations found within the actual tumour. Led by researchers in Sweden, it involved colleaguesRead More

Website privacy policy

A different sort of cookie* The GenoMEL website’s privacy policy has been updated to better explain our use of Google Analytics to monitor visitor numbers and usage. Google Analytics works by placing a ‘cookie’ on the user’s computer so that it can tell the difference between a first time visitor andRead More