Extramural Collaborations

Memorial Sloan Kettering’s investigators working in a variety of areas participate in research with scientists from other academic and research institutions. Teaming up with other organizations allows us to make the most of our expertise in cancer research and related topics while gaining valuable insight from researchers who are focused on the same overarching goals — exploring new ways to cure, control, and prevent disease.

Many of these outside collaborations are funded with philanthropic support or government grants.

Learn more about our extramural collaborations.

Pictured: Tim Ahles & Karen Hubbard
Memorial Sloan Kettering / City College of New York Partnership

This partnership improves cancer research, training, education, and outreach for underserved communities in the New York area.

Pictured: Tim Ahles & Karen Hubbard
New York State Stem Cell Science Consortia

Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers are developing stem-cell based therapies for Parkinson’s disease in partnership with three other institutions and with support from New York State Stem Cell Science.

Pictured: Timothy Chan
Physical Sciences-Oncology Center

This center combines approaches from physical sciences and biology to study how cancers originate and progress and to optimize treatment.

Pictured: Timothy Chan
Starr Cancer Consortium

This consortium unites five institutions to accelerate the development of better approaches to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer.

Tri-Institutional Stem Cell Initiative

This initiative is investigating the properties of both embryonic and adult stem cells to better understand a range of health conditions.

Michael Foley
Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute

This partnership between Memorial Sloan Kettering and its two neighboring institutions, The Rockefeller University and Weill Cornell Medical College, aims to speed early-stage drug discoveries into therapies for patients.

Michael Foley