Dr. Niamh Long is an attending radiologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York. Originally from Skibbereen in West Cork, Dr. Long is a graduate of University College Cork Medical School and originally trained in surgery prior to undertaking residency in radiology at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin. She undertook a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Intervention at Cappagh National Orthopedic Hospital in Dublin and subsequently moved to the U.S. to complete a fellowship in Musculoskeletal Imaging at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. This was followed by fellowships in Body Oncologic Imaging and PET/CT at MSKCC. Currently on staff at Memorial Sloan Kettering, she specializes in Oncologic and Musculoskeletal Imaging and performs image-guided procedures. Dr. Long has a strong interest in research, having authored multiple publications, and frequently presents at national and international conferences.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Long has been an integral member of the New York Irish community. She is a player, founding member, and former board member of the Manhattan Gaels ladies’ football team, which has grown in force since it was founded in 2014. She currently sits on the board of the Irish Network NYC where she holds the position of communications officer.
“Having seen firsthand the immeasurable contribution of the Irish diaspora to society in New York, I feel passionately about helping to build relationships which will ensure the continued success of the Irish-American community.”
Dr. Long is an active snowboarder and a classically trained flautist, and recently completed the New York City Marathon in 2018, raising over $3,600 in aid of Concern Worldwide.