Student Elective Terms

Through the University of Sydney’s Central Clinical School it is possible to organise a medical student elective term at Melanoma Institute Australia. These terms need to be arranged conjointly with the clinical school and Melanoma Institute Australia. Availability is restricted by demand and resources. For further information please email Kaye Oakley.

Summer Student Scholarship in Melanoma

We are currently looking for high-performing undergraduate and post-graduate medicine or health sciences students for a summer research project. This highly competitive project will be on Patient Reported Outcomes Measure (PROMs) and Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) in melanoma.

Under the supervision of A/Prof Rachael Morton, the PROMs project will inform the integration of PROMs/PREMs into routine care at the Melanoma Institute Australia, and a pilot feasibility study linked to the Australian Melanoma Clinical Outcomes Register.

The scheme is administered through the Sydney Medical School, and provides a stipend of $300 per week. Find out more.


MIA offers a number of unique clinical and research-based Fellowships each year. These Fellowships offer an outstanding opportunity for high level training in melanoma surgical oncology, breast and surgical oncology, melanoma pathology as well as medical oncology. They are made possible partly due to the generosity of our donors.

For further information about how to undertake one of these courses under the supervision of MIA clinical academics, please email Kaye Oakley.

Fellowship Opportunities

We are currently recruiting for the following fellowships for which we encourage you to apply:

Melanoma Institute Australia Medical Oncology Fellowship 2018

Melanoma Institute Australia Fellowship in Melanoma Pathology 2018

Job Openings

From time to time Melanoma Institute Australia seeks additional or replacement administrative staff in the areas of clinical trials, business and research administration. For further information please email our Head of Human Resources, Justine Roberts.