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Neuroblastoma Doctors, Surgeons & Experts

MSK pediatric nurse and patient

Our neuroblastoma experts — including five board-certified oncologists and five nurse practitioners singularly focused on treating neuroblastoma — work as a team to give your child the best possible outcome and quality of care possible. Our experts are among the best in the world, and we’ll do everything in our power to help your child beat this disease.

As our patient, your child will see the same team of healthcare professionals during his or her entire neuroblastoma treatment process. This integrated care is personalized to your child’s needs.

You’ll also have a lot of interaction with our pediatric nurses. Each of them brings great knowledge, experience, and expertise to your child’s care, and we hope you feel comfortable asking them questions and seeking their guidance. They’re experts in neuroblastoma and can help in a variety of ways.

If your child is receiving antibody therapy for neuroblastoma you’ll likely have a lot of contact with our two full-time research nurses dedicated to this form of treatment.

Find more information about our experts below. To make an appointment, please call the Department of Pediatrics at 212-639-5954.

Team Leader Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Nai-Kong V. Cheung

Nai-Kong V. Cheung

Head, Neuroblastoma Program; Enid A. Haupt Chair in Pediatric Oncology

Pediatric Oncology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Pediatric Neuroblastoma Surgeons Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Pictured: Todd E. Heaton

Todd E. Heaton

Michael P. La Quaglia

Michael P. La Quaglia

Chief, Pediatric Surgical Service; Joseph H. Burchenal Chair in Pediatrics

Edward Shlasko, MD, MBA

Edward Shlasko

Pediatric Radiation Oncology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
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Psychiatrist Meredith MacGregor

Meredith MacGregor

Memorial Sloan Kettering Neuropsychologist & Child Psychologist Stephen Sands

Stephen A. Sands

Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology

Julia A. Kearney

Julia A. Kearney

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Social Worker Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Long-Term Follow-Up Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Danielle Novetsky Friedman

Danielle Novetsky Friedman

Charles A. Sklar, MD -- Director, Long-Term Follow-Up Program

Charles A. Sklar

Director, Long-Term Follow-Up Program