MSK News Fall 2020

MSK’s Adolescent and Young Adult program is ensuring young patients like Danielle get the best care. Read her story — and more — in our Fall issue.
The Path Ahead: How MSK Responded to COVID-19
MSK didn’t pause during the response to COVID-19. Instead, doctors, nurses, and researchers got creative.
Bridging the Gap: Recognizing the Unique Needs of Adolescents and Young Adults
MSK’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA at MSK) program is uniquely positioned to help patients like Danielle Leventhal.
8 Questions with Tomya Watt, MSK’s Chief Diversity Officer
Tomya Watt is Vice President of Talent Acquisition & Mobility and Chief Diversity Officer at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Personal Perspective: Diversity and Inclusion at MSK
Memorial Sloan Kettering is committed to having conversations about discrimination, diversity, and inclusion, and creating change throughout the organization. Some of our colleagues shared their personal experiences and insights.
MSK Experts Draw on Expertise to Unmask Secrets of COVID-19
MSK continues to play a crucial role in the global effort against COVID-19. Doctors and researchers from across the institution have drawn on their vast experience to achieve one simple goal: learn how the virus affects the body so they can better care for patients.
Your Impact: MSK COVID-19 Fund
The MSK COVID-19 Fund was established in April in response to the desire of so many in our community to help during the crisis.
Nursing Excellence Honored with Robbins Family Awards
In May, seven nursing staff members were honored with a Robbins Family Award for Nursing Excellence.
Blazing New Paths Toward Lung Cancer Treatments
The Fiona and Stanley Druckenmiller Center for Lung Cancer Research was launched in 2015 with aims to reveal more about the biology of lung cancer, examine novel treatment approaches, and bring promising new therapies to patients.
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