Yvonne Saenger, MD
- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology
Dr. Yvonne Saenger completed her undergraduate training at Harvard University, attended medical school and residency at Columbia University and completed a fellowship in oncology with a focus on melanoma at Memorial Sloan Kettering and a fellowhip in immunotherapy at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Her clinical focus is on melanoma and immunotherapy and her research focus is on immunotherapy and immune biomarkers. Dr. Saenger is the principal investigator of multiple immunotherapy studies at Mount Sinai. She is the recipient of a Dermatology Foundation Career Development Award and has developed a novel immune biomarker to predict survival in patients with resected stage II and stage III melanoma. In her laboratory, researching combination of oncolytic virotherapy with other therapeutic modalities. Dr. Saenger recently presented her biomarker work at the Society for the Immunotherapy of Cancer.