At the University of Sydney, there are two collaborative groups that form part of the GenoMEL Consortium. One is the Melanoma Research Group based at the Westmead institute for Medical Research and the other is the Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research Group based in the School of Public Health. Both groups are affiliated with the Melanoma Institute Australia.
Professor Graham Mann – Leads the Melanoma Research Group based at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research.
Associate Professor Anne Cust – Leads the Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research group at the School of Public health.
Professor Graham Mann – Co-Director, Centre for Cancer Research
Associate Professor Anne Cust – Head, Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research group
Helen Schmid – Project and Business Manager
Elizabeth Holland – Laboratory Head
Caroline Watts – Postdoctoral Fellow
Martin Drummond – Biostatistician and Data Manager
Caro Badcock – Biostatistician
Svetlana Pianova – Laboratory assistant
Nidia Mendonca – Administrative assistant
Leo Raudonikis – Database services
Our groups’ research focuses on the genetic and environmental epidemiology of melanoma, new markers of melanoma outcome and targets for melanoma treatment, and on various translational research projects to improve the prevention, early detection, clinical management and psycho-social outcomes for people with melanoma.
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