MSK's Office of Diversity Programs in Clinical Care, Research and Training (ODP) and the Office of Faculty Development (OFD) announced the winners of the 2020 Internal Diversity Enhancement Award (IDEA), an MSK program designed to increase faculty diversity in research. This year's award recipients are Anthony Daniyan, MD; Tracy-Ann Moo, MD; Daniel Prince, MD, MPH; and Melody Smith, MD.
Babies of Commack
Diapers, bottles, and drool – oh, my! In celebration of National Parents' Day on July 26, MSK is highlighting a unique story from MSK Commack: This past year, the Department of Radiology staff welcomed eight newborn babies!
Proud Memories: MSK Staff Share First Pride March Experiences
Memorial Sloan Kettering and its employees celebrate Pride Month in a variety of ways, including hosting and attending employee mixers, LGBTQ+ career fairs and professional development sessions, and most notably, participating in the annual New York City Pride March.
2nd Year Named a Best Place to Work in IT by Computerworld
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) has been selected as one of Insider Pro and IDG’s Computerworld 2020 Best Places to Work in IT. MSK ranked number 33 among large size organizations.
MSK’s FOOD Program Hits the Road
Trips to the grocery store have become a daunting task for many as a result of COVID-19. But for cancer patients who depend on food pantries, many of whom are elderly, immunocompromised, quarantined or afraid to leave their home, fear and uncertainty around accessing food and resources can create desperate situations.