I am a board-certified nurse practitioner with special training in breast cancer survivorship issues. I am a graduate of New York University’s nurse practitioner program. My oncology career began in 2012 when I joined the Dubin Breast Center at Mount Sinai Hospital, working in their outpatient breast medicine service. It was there that I was able be an integral part of an interdisciplinary team that helped implement its first cancer survivorship program. I was granted the clinical excellence in nursing award in advanced practice nursing in 2014.
I joined Memorial Sloan Kettering’s outpatient Breast Medicine Service in November 2014. I helped manage care for patients with a diagnosis of breast cancer as they undergo treatment. I also provide counseling and support in health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, and the management of acute and chronic illnesses. In 2020, I joined the breast cancer survivorship program. I focus on the long-term effects of cancer treatment and am dedicated to improving the quality of life of my patients.