Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering and around the country are investigating many aspects of survivorship — from pain management to psychosocial issues — to improve the lives of cancer survivors.
In 2014, MSK created the Cancer Survivorship Center to bring together a number of already existing initiatives and programs and to provide an infrastructure to support cancer survivorship studies. Directed by primary care physician and survivorship expert Kevin Oeffinger, the center seeks to further transform the field as well as establish standards of care that are already serving as models nationally and internationally.
- Our Survivorship Studies
Browse our comprehensive listing of clinical studies available to cancer survivors.
As a leading cancer research institution, we are committed to sharing knowledge that will improve the quality of life for cancer patients and survivors. See a list of research publications by the staff of our Survivorship Program.
- Grant Winners
See a listing of scientists and clinicians who are winners of grants from the Chanel Endowment to Fund Survivorship Research and The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
- Research Symposium
The Survivorship Research Symposium highlights studies being conducted across Memorial Sloan Kettering that relate to issues affecting cancer survivors.