Join the 2021 Australasian Ocular Melanoma Alliance Summit

Banner for the Australian Ocular Melanoma Summit for 2021

Building on the highly successful inaugural summit in 2019, The Australasian Ocular Melanoma Alliance (AOMA) Summit 2021 brings together healthcare professionals, researchers and consumers in ocular melanoma to facilitate national and international collaborations for this rare, debilitating and too often devastating cancer.

The two-day online event includes both a scientific program and presentations focused on consumer and advocate involvement. Covering laboratory and translational research, clinical trials and registries, diagnosis and clinical management with updates on current and future treatment options, this diverse program also includes consumer and clinician discussion panels.

International keynote speakers Dr Brian Marr, head of the Ophthalmic Oncology Service at the Harkness Eye Institute and Ophthalmologist, Columbia University Irving Medical Centre and Dr Richard Carvajal, Medical Oncologist at the Columbia University Irving Medical Centre will present their clinical perspectives and research highlights. These world leaders will enrich the cutting-edge program joining influential leaders from major institutions across Australia and New Zealand which includes Prof John McKenzie (Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital), A/Prof Elin Gray (Melanoma Research Group, Edith Cowan University) and Dr Svetlana Cherepanoff (SydPath St Vincent’s Hospital).


Don’t miss Australasia’s premier ocular melanoma cross-disciplinary meeting.

18 June 2021


8:30am – 1pm (AEDT)  

19 June 2021


9am – 12pm (AEDT)  

Registration is free for AOMA’s Virtual Summit.