Ms Helen Schmid

Project and Business Manager
Medicine, Westmead Clinical School

T: +61 2 9845 7721
F: +61 2 9845 8350


2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2009


  • Moloney, F., Guitera, P., Coates, E., Haass, N., Ho, K., Khoury, R., O'Connell, R., Raudonikis, L., Schmid, H., Mann, G., Menzies, S. (2014), Detection of Primary Melanoma in Individuals at Extreme High Risk: A Prospective 5-Year Follow-Up Study. JAMA Dermatology. 150(8), 819-827. [Abstract]


  • Cust, A., Goumas, C., Vuong, K., Davies, J., Barrett, J., Holland, E., Schmid, H., Agha-Hamilton, C., Armstrong, B., Kefford, R., Aitken, J., Giles, G., Bishop, D., Newton-Bishop, J., Hopper, J., Mann, G., Jenkins, M. (2013), MC1R genotype as a predictor of early-onset melanoma, compared with self-reported and physician-measured traditional risk factors: an Australian case-control-family study. BMC Cancer. 13(1), 406. [Abstract]


  • Cust, A., Goumas, C., Holland, E., Agha-Hamilton, C., Aitken, J., Armstrong, B., Giles, G., Kefford, R., Schmid, H., Hopper, J., Mann, G., Jenkins, M. (2012), MC1R genotypes and risk of melanoma before age 40 years: A population-based case-control-family study. International Journal of Cancer. 131(3), E269-281. [Abstract]


  • Yokoyama, S., Woods, S., Boyle, G., Aoude, L., MacGregor, S., Zismann, V., Gartside, M., Cust, A., Haq, R., Harland, M., Taylor, J., Duffy, D., Holohan, K., Dutton-Regester, K., Palmer, J., Bonazzi, V., Stark, M., Symmons, J., Law, M., Schmidt, C., Lanagan, C., O'Connor, L., Holland, E., Schmid, H., Maskiell, J., Jetann, J., Ferguson, M., Jenkins, M., Kefford, R., Giles, G., Armstrong, B., Aitken, J., Hopper, J., Whiteman, D., Pharoah, P., Easton, D., Dunning, A., Newton-Bishop, J., Montgomery, G., Martin, N., Mann, G., Bishop, D., Tsao, H., Trent, J., Fisher, D., Hayward, N., Brown, K. (2011), A novel recurrent mutation in MITF predisposes to familial and sporadic melanoma. Nature. 480(7375), 99-103. [Abstract]
  • Macgregor, S., Montgomery, G., Liu, J., Zhao, Z., Henders, A., Stark, M., Schmid, H., Holland, E., Duffy, D., Zhang, M., Painter, J., Nyholt, D., Maskiell, J., Jetann, J., Ferguson, M., Cust, A., Jenkins, M., Whiteman, D., Olsson, H., Puig, S., Bianchi-Scarrà, G., Hansson, J., Demenais, F., Landi, M., Dębniak, T., Mackie, R., Azizi, E., Bressac-de Paillerets, B., Goldstein, A., Kanetsky, P., Gruis, N., Elder, D., Newton-Bishop, J., Bishop, D., Iles, M., Helsing, P., Amos, C., Wei, Q., Wang, L., Lee, J., Qureshi, A., Kefford, R., Giles, G., Armstrong, B., Aitken, J., Han, J., Hopper, J., Trent, J., Brown, K., Martin, N., Mann, G., Hayward, N. (2011), Genome-wide association study identifies a new melanoma susceptibility locus at 1q21.3. Nature Genetics. 43(11), 1114-1118. [Abstract]
  • Cust, A., Jenkins, M., Goumas, C., Armstrong, B., Schmid, H., Aitken, J., Giles, G., Kefford, R., Hopper, J., Mann, G. (2011), Early-life sun exposure and risk of melanoma before age 40 years. Cancer causes & control : CCC. 22(6), 885-97. [Abstract]
  • Cust, A., Armstrong, B., Goumas, C., Jenkins, M., Schmid, H., Hopper, J., Kefford, R., Giles, G., Aitken, J., Mann, G. (2011), Sunbed use during adolescence and early adulthood is associated with increased risk of early-onset melanoma. International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer. 128(10), 2425-35. [Abstract]
  • Cust, A., Harland, M., Makalic, E., Schmidt, D., Dowty, J., Aitken, J., Agha-Hamilton, C., Armstrong, B., Barrett, J., Chan, M., Chang, Y., Gascoyne, J., Giles, G., Holland, E., Kefford, R., Kukalizch, K., Lowery, J., Randerson-Moor, J., Schmid, H., Taylor, C., Whitaker, L., Hopper, J., Newton-Bishop, J., Mann, G., Bishop, D., Jenkins, M. (2011), Melanoma risk for CDKN2A mutation carriers who are relatives of population-based case carriers in Australia and the UK. Journal of medical genetics. 48(4), 266-72. [Abstract]


  • Cust, A., Schmid, H., Maskiell, J., Jetann, J., Ferguson, M., Holland, E., Agha-Hamilton, C., Jenkins, M., Kelly, J., Kefford, R., Giles, G., Armstrong, B., Aitken, J., Hopper, J., Mann, G. (2009), Population-based, case-control-family design to investigate genetic and environmental influences on melanoma risk: Australian Melanoma Family Study. American Journal of Epidemiology. 170(12), 1541-1554. [Abstract]