The MRF convenes various scientific meetings each year either in response to an unmet need, as designated by our Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) or to further the CURE OM, MRFBC, and/or MRF Scientific Initiatives. Often held in conjunction with larger conferences like the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the Society for Melanoma Research, these bring together leading physicians and researchers from around the world to share the latest progress in melanoma science, identify new collaboration opportunities and work towards new breakthroughs in melanoma research, prevention, treatment and survivorship.
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Ask the Expert: The Current State of Evolution of Immunotherapy Treatment in MelanomaFebruary 15, 2024
Join Dr. Harriett Kluger from Yale Cancer Center and Jennifer Ficko, melanoma survivor and patient advocate for our next Ask the Expert titled “The Current State and Evolution of Immunotherapy Treatment in Melanoma” Registration is so register h …
12th Annual CURE OM Global Science MeetingNovember 6, 2023
The 12th Annual CURE OM Global Science Meeting will be held on Monday, November 6, 2023 in Philadelphia, PA in conjunction with the 20th Annual Society for Melanoma Research International Congress. View the agenda here.
MRF Breakthrough Consortium Annual MeetingJune 2, 2023
The MRF Breakthrough Consortium (MRFBC) will hold its annual scientific meeting in conjunction with the ASCO Annual Meeting on June 2, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois. For more information, please email [email protected].
Increasing Collaboration Amongst the Mucosal Melanoma CommunityDecember 16, 2022
This scientific meeting is for investigators, as well as patients and caregivers. A draft agenda will soon be available, focusing on 1) Clinical Challenges, 2) Planned/ Ongoing Clinical Trials, 3) Basic/ Translational Research and 4) Enhancing Collabor …
Improving Access to & Equity of Melanoma Prevention & Care (Scientific Meeting)November 18, 2022
This scientific meeting is for investigators and a draft agenda will soon be available, focusing on 1) Identifying Populations at Highest Risk for Lethal Melanoma, 2) Improving Access to Melanoma Prevention & Care – Programs Designed to Improve Acc …