Research & Publications
Dr. Elizabeth Prsic is a physician specializing in medical oncology and palliative care. She received her medical degree from the George Washington School of Medicine. She completed internal medicine residency and medical oncology fellowship at Brown University. Dr. Prsic received a T32 NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service award and completed a research fellowship through the Division of Hematology Oncology at Brown University where she focused on end-of-life and palliative care. During research fellowship, she studied cancer epidemiology, biostatistics and health policy at the Brown University School of Public Health.
Dr. Prsic is an assistant professor at Yale Medical School and serves as an attending physician at the Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale New Haven Hospital. Her research interests include end-of-life care, health care utilization, and symptom management among oncology patients. She is passionate about supporting patients with advanced cancer and their caregivers. Dr. Prsic is dedicated to serving patients with serious or life-limiting illness with complex medical needs or difficult-to-control symptoms. She is committed to medical education and academic mentorship.
Education & Training
- MDGeorge Washington University School of Medicine (2011)
- BATulane University
- Fellowship in Palliative MedicineUniversity of Washington
- Fellowship in Medical OncologyBrown University
- Internship and Residency in Internal MedicineBrown University
- Board CertificationAB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2015)
- Board CertificationAB of Internal Medicine, Hospice & Palliative Medicine (2018)