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Commitment to Education and Mentoring: How Memorial Sloan Kettering Continued Summer Internships During the Pandemic
While numerous summer student internships were cancelled this year due to the pandemic, MSK quickly modified many of our summer student programs to enroll more than 300 interns from around the world – both virtually and in-person.
A Healthcare Hero’s Return to MSK
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, a small crowd of hospital staff gathered safely at the entrance to Memorial Sloan Kettering to clap out their colleague, fellow healthcare hero, and COVID-19 survivor, Kevin Browne. Nearly 21 weeks later, Browne, a member of MSK's Nursing leadership team, is back to work, feeling strong and grateful.
MSK Physician-In-Chief: The Time is Now for Routine Cancer Screenings
It’s time to go back. Cancer care is essential care and screenings and treatments can’t wait. That was the message that MSK’s Physician-In-Chief and Chief Medical Officer, Lisa DeAngelis, MD, shared during a recent interview with PBS Metrofocus.
Study Focuses on a Different Kind of Liquid Biopsy to Detect Cancer
Researchers report a new method that may enable detection of a number of different types of cancer in the early stages.
Creating a Safe Space for Cancer Surgery at MSK: 5 Things to Know
MSK's Chair of the Department of Surgery discusses what people need to know about rescheduling treatment and what we're doing to keep you safe.
MSK’s Craig B. Thompson, MD, Joins New York Jobs CEO Council
MSK President and CEO, Craig B. Thompson, MD, has been named a founding member of the New York Jobs CEO Council. Dr. Thompson joins CEOs from 27 of the largest employers in New York in the new CEO-led, action-oriented coalition.
MSK Leaders Recognized in Crain’s New York Business 2020 Notable in Healthcare List
The third-annual Crain’s New York Business Notable in Healthcare list celebrates outstanding individuals in the healthcare community within the New York metropolitan area, and honors their professional, civic, and philanthropic achievements.
Navigating Cancer Care Throughout COVID-19
During an Information Session for patients and caregivers, a team of experts at Memorial Sloan Kettering shared their insights on navigating cancer care in the current environment.
Large International Study Pinpoints Impact of TP53 Gene Mutations on Blood Cancer Severity
Having two mutated copies of the TP53 gene — as opposed to a single mutated copy — is associated with worse outcomes in a blood cancer called myelodysplastic syndrome, according to a new study led by researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Spotlight Speaker: SKI Director, Joan Massagué, PhD
SKI Director, Joan Massagué, PhD, is an internationally renowned cancer biologist and leading researcher in the study of cancer metastasis. He is featured in the July 29 MSK Science Spotlight.