Optimising malignant melanoma management in Europe
EUMelaReg collects health information to improve care and treatment for patients with skin cancer
Sustaining and fostering collaboration between academia and industry
for the collection of baseline, treatment and outcome data of representative samples of malignant melanoma patients of major European countries.
Building the largest and quickest melanoma registry in the world
EUMelaReg collects real-world data on melanoma patients throughout Europe and integrates them in a data warehouse.

The European Melanoma Registry

EUMelaReg collects real-world data from melanoma patients throughout Europe and securely integrates these datasets in a common database.

Geographical coverage

Geographical coverage

9,904

Datasets available

15

Participating countries

Join us!

Collecting real-world data from melanoma patients across Europe, we aim to build the largest and quickest melanoma registry in the world. Interested societies or cancer treatment centres can help us by joining EUMelaReg – even without an existing registry.

“While the total number of cancer incidences is dropping, the number of cases of melanoma is increasing at a rate of 3-7% in many European countries. We need to analyse more data in order to improve diagnosis and develop novel therapies.”

Lidija Kandolf Sekulovic, Serbia

“A rapidly accumulating and massive high-quality real-life data can be obtained only when hands are joined. The conclusions we get from analysing such data allow us to better understand skin cancers and treatment effects. It allows us to formulate burning and important clinical questions and receive the results promptly, in real-time. This is a huge advantage that takes us one step further toward curing cancer. I'm proud to take part in this international collaborative project!”

Nethanel Asher, Israel

“Our advances and success in melanoma research are the result of a true team effort including international collaborations. World class cancer registries are highly needed for patient stratification strategies, as well as in order to translate the results of clinical trials in unselected patient populations and monitor patient care.”

Johanna Mangana, Switzerland

Benefits

Implementation of national registries

Provision of infrastructure

Data analysis through reknowned experts

Improved diagnosis and treatment

Consortium

ADO

German Skin Cancer Society

GEM

Spanish Multidisciplinary Melanoma Group

DMTR

Dutch Melanoma Treatment Registry

DAMMED

Danish Oncology Melanoma Database

CSEEMEG

Central South Eastern European Melanoma Expert Group

RoMelaReg

Romanian Melanoma Registry

SwiMelaReg

Swiss Melanoma Registry

PSSO

Polish Society of Surgical Oncology

HESMO

Hellenic Society of Medical Oncology

CNMR

Clinical National Melanoma Registry

BADO

Bulgarian Association of Dermato-Oncology

Ella Lemelbaum Institute for Immuno-Oncology and Melanoma