The adult oncology residency program began in July 2007.Back to top
The program accepts four adult oncology residents.Back to top
In 2008, the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists granted our program full accreditation.Back to top
Core rotations for the adult residency include bone marrow transplant, leukemia, lymphoma, gastrointestinal, breast, genitourinary, gynecologic malignancies, lung cancer, and investigational drug service.Back to top
Many options are available, including several inpatient and outpatient services, pain and palliative care, and medication safety. Rotations will be tailored to meet the goals and interests of each resident.Back to top
Adult oncology residents have opportunities in lung/thoracic, gynecology, and radiation oncology that can be designed to meet residents’ interests.Back to top
Residents may have the opportunity to teach and mentor students, limited to one student per month. Alternatively, residents have many opportunities to teach through planned teaching experiences such as case presentations, journal clubs, and oncology didactic lectures.Back to top
In addition to clinical rotations and outpatient clinics, oncology residents are required to discuss various oncology topics with their preceptors on a daily basis. Residents are also responsible for publication of the monthly departmental newsletter. Pharmacy operations are an integral part of the residency program as well, but are limited to one weekend per month. Every year, residents are required to present one continuing education presentation. Another major part of the residency involves the research project, in which residents are free to pursue a topic of their choice.Back to top
Each resident is provided with office space, a telephone, a computer terminal, and full privileges at Memorial Library. Each resident also has the benefit of fully funded meeting attendance at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist (ASHP) midyear clinical meeting and the Hematology Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA) annual meeting.
Residents are compensated with an annual salary of $60,000, along with a comprehensive benefits package, medical/dental insurance, and 15 paid days off during the year.
MSK offers subsidized housing for all oncology residents. These apartments are available on Roosevelt Island.Back to top