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AMC 2021 Conference Now Fully Virtual

Co-chairs Georgina Long & Richard Scolyer

The current COVID-19 outbreaks throughout Australia have created increasing uncertainty about travel both within Australia and internationally. Currently there is almost no travel across state borders in Australia, and the likelihood of international borders opening this year seems non-existent. The AMC 2021 Executive Committee, in consultation with the Program Committee, has therefore made the difficult but appropriate decision to move to a fully virtual Conference on 19 and 20 November 2021.

This decision has been made now to allow time for the Committee to optimise the Program for a virtual conference to ensure an improved experience for all our participants. We know we can still deliver all of the updated research, provide a great facility to promote collaboration and, with this new format, still be able to deliver all of the concurrent streams to all participants as an on-demand feature. We thank everyone for their ongoing support and we look forward to continuing our work together.
Our theme of Promising Futures is more relevant than ever!

Promising Futures

We are proud to bring a patient-centric focus to AMC2021, and we are reminded why we dedicate our careers to benefit people with melanoma. Our theme is “Promising Futures”, celebrating how—thanks to advancements in research in the past decade—the future for melanoma patients is now promising. It also reflects on the idea that we have promising futures thanks to the many great minds working collaboratively towards our common goal of zero deaths from melanoma.

Key Dates

Registration Open Now
Oral and Poster Presenters Final Registration Date 19 September 2021
AMC 2021 19 – 20 November 2021
AMC 2021 Virtual Registration Now Open