MSK News Spring 2020
Maria Jasin won what’s known as the “Nobel of the East,” for her findings about how DNA breaks and repairs itself. Read about her discovery — and more — in our Spring issue.
The Big Break
Maria Jasin began conducting her pioneering research in the 1990s. Her work eventually led to today’s cutting-edge tools for genome editing.
Mini Kamboj on COVID-19
Infectious disease expert Mini Kamboj shares what people with cancer should know about COVID-19 and how MSK is keeping our patients and staff safe.
Harnessing the Power of Data for Patient Care
Machine learning is playing an increasingly important role in medical decision-making.
8 Questions with Claus Torp Jensen
As the institution’s first Chief Digital Officer, Claus Torp Jensen is spearheading efforts to adopt and incorporate digital technology into all daily activity at MSK.
Cycle for Survival Passes $260 Million
Diagnosed with thymoma 12 years ago, Barbie took part in her seventh Cycle for Survival to help create a better future for people with a rare cancer.
MSK Enters a New Era
The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center provides nearly every aspect of cancer care across numerous specialties.
Winter Lunch Raises Funds for Pediatric Cancer Research
The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering hosted its seventh annual Winter Lunch to support its Precision Medicine for MSK Kids initiative.
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