Harriet Kluger, MD
Dr Harriet Kluger was born in South Africa, and emigrated to Israel, where she obtained her MD from Tel Aviv University, graduating in 1993. Dr Kluger completed her training in Internal Medicine in the United States and is board certified in Medical Oncology. She has been at Yale since 1999, where she did her fellowship and is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine. Abundantly published for being so early in her medical academic career, she has served on multiple study sections and has received substantial grant support for the study of melanoma and renal cell carcinoma. Dr Kluger is currently designated an American Cancer Society Research Scholar. With three sons who are all passionate about soccer, she spends a lot of time at games, where she has developed productive collaborations with other investigators on the side-lines. Her current research interests focus on predictive biomarker development and early drug development for patients with melanoma and renal cell carcinoma.