Queenstown Melanoma Research Meeting 9 September 2017

May 19, 2017

Melanoma Research and Therapy in New Zealand: Raising the Bar through Collaborative Action

9 September 2017
Rydges Hotel, Queenstown
8.00 am to 6.00 pm

This highly focused one-day event will feature Australia and New Zealand’s top experts in melanoma epidemiology, treatment, clinical trials and scientific research including:  

  • Dr Mark Shackelton, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
  • Professor Melanie Ziman, Edith Cowan University School of Medical Sciences 
  • Professor David Whiteman, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
  • Dr Sanjeev Deva, Auckland DHB and Clinical Trials New Zealand
  • Professor Rod Dunbar, University of Auckland
  • Professor Mike Eccles, Dunedin School of Medicine
  • Mr Richard Martin, Waitemata DHB
  • Professor Cris Print, University of Auckland
  • Dr Mary Jane Sneyd, Dunedin School of Medicine
  • Professor Peter Shepherd, University of Auckland
  • Dr Rosalie Stephens, Auckland DHB
  • Dr Michelle Wilson, Auckland DHB and Clinical Trials New Zealand.

Organised by MelNet and Melanoma New Zealand in partnership with the Queenstown Research Week (QRW), this is a must attend event for clinicians and scientists with a commitment to improving outcomes for patients with melanoma in New Zealand.

A specific aim of the meeting will be to develop mechanisms to ensure effective collaboration between consumers/patients, relevant scientists, pathologists, oncologists and clinical trials clinicians. We aim to share knowledge and by the end of the day have a clear pathway for patient-focussed research projects and clinical trials in New Zealand.

Registration

To register for this meeting you will need to create a ‘new user account’ for the Queenstown Research Week at https://dinamics.eventsair.com/qrw2017/delegate.

To attend the melanoma meeting only, please choose Option 6.  The cost is $200 (including an end of day social function).

If you wish to attend other meetings during the week, you can select other options and choose melanoma as an additional meeting.

Poster Abstract Submission

Delegates to the meeting are invited to submit an abstract for a poster here.  The deadline for abstract submission is 21 July 2017.

Further Information

Please contact the MelNet Coordinator for further information about the meeting.



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