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Vaccinated resident
MSK Joins Nationwide Campaign With Other Leading US Hospitals to Promote COVID-19 Vaccination
"Get the Vaccine to Save Lives" aims to help Americans feel safe and confident about receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
Anoushka Afonso, MD
MSK Experts Shine a Light on Physician Burnout Rate and Risk Factors Among Anesthesiologists Across the U.S.
MSK experts have conducted the first large-scale study focused specifically on burnout among practicing anesthesiologists in the United States.
Monica Morrow
MSK Researchers Target Side Effects More Common in Black Women with Breast Cancer
MSK researchers are studying why Black patients with breast cancer are more likely to experience heart problems that can result from treatment.
In the Lab
Memorial Sloan Kettering physician-scientists Samuel Bakhoum, Ross Levine, and Michel Sadelain
AACR 2021 Research Roundup: Chromosomal Instability, Early Changes in Blood Cancer, Revamping CAR T Cell Therapy
MSK researchers shared their latest research developments at the 2021 meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.
MSK medical oncologist Matthew Matasar
New Drug Combination Helps People with Lymphoma
At the American Association for Cancer Research’s annual meeting, MSK medical oncologist Matthew Matasar presented results from a clinical trial for indolent B cell lymphoma that has relapsed after other treatments.
In the News
Claudia Derico/staff; Theresa Nickerson/non-staff
MSK Partners with NYC for COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Harlem
Learn how MSK is joining forces with the City of New York to expand access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Researchers Gary Dixon (on TV monitor), Heng Pan, Olivier Elemento, and Danwei Huangfu in the lab
Stem Cell Research Unlocks a New Discovery about Controlling Genes
Sloan Kettering Institute scientists report new findings about a gene that helps regulate DNA methylation.
Virtual community events in April
MSK Honors Minority Cancer Awareness Month with Virtual Community Events
Free, virtual programs in English and Spanish for our community.
Sloan Kettering Institute molecular biologist Scott Keeney
A ‘Breaking’ Breakthrough: Researchers at the Sloan Kettering Institute Discovery How DNA Breaks Are Controlled During Meiosis
The DNA breaks that occur during meiosis are necessary but dangerous. Scientists now have a better handle on how cells control the chaos.
MSK staff administer COVID-19 vaccines
MSK Brings COVID-19 Vaccine to Patients in Brooklyn and Harlem
MSK held COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics at our Brooklyn Infusion Center and Ralph Lauren Center in Harlem.