Dr. Shereck Shares How She Found Her Place in Pediatric Oncology

Oncology FellowsVol. 14/No. 1
Volume 14
Issue 1

Evan B. Shereck, MD, MEd, serves as professor of pediatrics, Division of Hematology and Oncology, School of Medicine; program director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship; associate director, Cancer Research Training, Knight Cancer Institute; and block co-director, Blood and Host Defense at Oregon Health & Science University.

Shereck decided she would become a pediatric oncologist as a teenager, long before she actually knew what a pediatric oncologist actually was. She realized that this was the right discipline for her while working on the pediatric ward a medical student.

In this video, she explains what attracted her to the specialty and what she loves about working with children and their families.

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