Meet the Team
“Taking a hands-on approach to lymphedema management and consistently updating the patient on their plan of care represents the gold standard of care."
"I knew once I graduated that Roswell Park was where I wanted to be.”
Oncology nursing provides the opportunity and privilege to interact with patients and their families at a difficult time in their lives. We are caregivers, cheerleaders, confidants and, in many cases, close friends.
"When I was in medical school, I found that my interest really lay in neurology. I didn't know what part of neurology exactly until I did my rotation in neuro-oncology and everything just clicked."
When asked what interests her more about her work – being a clinician or a researcher – Dr. Griffiths answers that both do.
Nutritional needs and challenges are different for every cancer patient. Roswell Park's RDNs can make personalized recommendations to help you manage any side effects of treatment and stay healthy into the future.
“I experienced the wonderful feeling of being able to provide real hope to people suffering from cancer.”
Dr. Wooten's grandfather was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer the summer before she began her medical education at the University of Florida College of Medicine. Her family's experience during that time has shaped the way she cares for her own patients at Roswell Park.
APPs are essential members of your clinical team at Roswell Park. How are they trained, and what types of things are they qualified to do?
In 12-hour shifts, every day of the week, the Respiratory Therapy team works to help everyone at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center breathe a little easier.
Our Public Safety team is always present on campus to keep us safe while sharing a smile, a friendly hello and some needed assistance. They are our protectors and often go above and beyond the call of duty.