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Elizabeth Horn Prsic, MD

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Hospice & Palliative Care, Gastrointestinal Oncology

Biography

Elizabeth Prsic, MD, is a medical oncologist and palliative medicine physician who specializes in the inpatient care of patients with advanced cancer. She works with an interdisciplinary team to help support patients who are facing serious illness and their caregivers.

Dr. Prsic’s research interests include end-of-life care, health care utilization, symptom management, and supportive care for patients with advanced cancer. She earned her medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine internship, residency, and medical oncology fellowship at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School, where she also completed a National Institutes of Health-funded research fellowship focusing on end-of-life care. She completed her hospice and palliative medicine fellowship at the University of Washington.

She is an assistant professor at Yale School of Medicine, and serves as the firm chief for medical oncology and the director of Adult Inpatient Palliative Care.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor
  • Director, Adult Inpatient Palliative Care, Internal Medicine
  • Firm Chief, Medical Oncology

Education & Training

  • MD
    George Washington University School of Medicine
  • BA
    Tulane University
  • Fellowship in Palliative Medicine
    University of Washington
  • Fellowship in Medical Oncology
    Brown University
  • Residency
    Brown University
  • Internship
    Brown University

Languages Spoken

  • English

Additional Information

Biography

Elizabeth Prsic, MD, is a medical oncologist and palliative medicine physician who specializes in the inpatient care of patients with advanced cancer. She works with an interdisciplinary team to help support patients who are facing serious illness and their caregivers.

Dr. Prsic’s research interests include end-of-life care, health care utilization, symptom management, and supportive care for patients with advanced cancer. She earned her medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine internship, residency, and medical oncology fellowship at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School, where she also completed a National Institutes of Health-funded research fellowship focusing on end-of-life care. She completed her hospice and palliative medicine fellowship at the University of Washington.

She is an assistant professor at Yale School of Medicine, and serves as the firm chief for medical oncology and the director of Adult Inpatient Palliative Care.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor
  • Director, Adult Inpatient Palliative Care, Internal Medicine
  • Firm Chief, Medical Oncology

Education & Training

  • MD
    George Washington University School of Medicine
  • BA
    Tulane University
  • Fellowship in Palliative Medicine
    University of Washington
  • Fellowship in Medical Oncology
    Brown University
  • Residency
    Brown University
  • Internship
    Brown University

Languages Spoken

  • English

Additional Information