Dr. Michael Dosik
Dr. Michael Dosik is a medical oncologist with Board Certification in Internal Medicine, Hematology, and Medical Oncology. He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University, majoring in mathematics. His medical degree is from Cornell University, and his post graduate studies were done ar Upstate Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center, and the Memorial Hospital and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Following his training, he set up a solo practice in medical oncology in Port Jefferson, NY—which became North Shore Hematology/Oncology Associates (NSHOA)—rapidly expanded to become a large professional corporation with ten medical oncologists, two radiation oncologists, and over 150 employees in several offices.
Dr. Dosik's professional career included the following:
Board of Directors American Cancer Society (Long Island Division)
Board of Directors Long Island Cancer Council
Consultant Memorial Hospital Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC)
Clinical Affiliate MSKCC
Asst. Professor NY Medical College
Asst. Professor SUNY Stony Brook
Chief Division of Oncology Hematology Mather Memorial Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY
Chief Division of Oncology Hematology St. Charles Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY
Chairman of the Memorial Adjunct Staff Oncology Group (MASOG) a translational research organization affiliated with MSKCC.
President of NSHOA
Member American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the Americal Society of Breast Disease (ASBD), and the New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group (NYMBCG)
Dr. Dosik has published over twenty articles, book chapters, or abstracts.
He did some of the initial translational research regarding the BRCA-1 gene, and has been heavily involved in clinical research, including his stint as Vice President, and then President of MASOG.
For the last several years, Dr. Dosik has concentrated on breast cancer patients and research.
He has transitioned from the full time clinical practice of medical oncology to part time clinical work in order to devote more time to translational research, concentrating on the relationship of viruses to cancer .