Are my genes contributors to melanoma?

  Looking to learn more about genes as contributors to cancer development? This is a short clip about melanoma genetics and the PhD project I have been working on for the past 3 years as part of the MelGen European training network! I aim to understand how the riskRead More

MELGEN training in Leeds – version 2.0

As part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Training Network, MELGEN fellows participate in seminars and workshops which boost up their scientific skills! Last May, we attended intense training activities at the gorgeous city of Camogli in Italy. MELGEN training was carried out in July in our coordinating place, Leeds,Read More

Familial melanoma: Risk of disease as an inherited disorder

It is now widely appreciated that cancer may arise from multifactorial contributors both genetic and environmental. In approximately 10% of melanoma cases multiple family members are affected. Familial melanoma defines the occurrence of 3 or more melanomas in a family, 2 of which are found in first-degree relatives (Figure1).Read More