Episode 10: A Career in Cancer Research feat Professor Georgina Long

Professor Georgina Long is the Co-Medical Director at the Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) and Chair of Melanoma Medical Oncology and Translational Research at MIA. She leads an extensive clinical trials team and laboratory at MIA, with a focus on targeted therapies and immuno-oncology in melanoma. She is principal investigator on phase I, II and III clinical trials in adjuvant and metastatic melanoma, including trials in patients with active brain metastases. She is the chief investigator on NHMRC funded research into the molecular biology of melanoma, with a particular interest in clinical and tissue biomarker correlates of systemic therapy sensitivity and resistance.

Georgina joined us at our annual Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher Symposium, giving the keynote address on "A Career in Cancer Research."