Social Worker, UCSF Neuro-Oncology Gordon Murray Caregiver Program
Rosemary Rossi is a clinical social worker at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. She cares for adults with cancers of the brain or spinal cord. She is also a key member of the UCSF Neuro-Oncology Gordon Murray Caregiver Program, which provides education, support and resources for caregivers of patients with brain tumors.
Prior to joining the cancer center, Rossi worked on the UCSF inpatient neurosurgery team for three years. She worked at the Stanford Cancer Center before joining UCSF.
Rossi earned her master's degree at the Simmons School of Social Work, where she received the Iris McRae Award. She then completed a two-year fellowship in mental health at Yale University. Before moving west, Rossi worked at Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital, and maintained a private practice for many years in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In 2017, Rossi developed The Honor Project for the UCSF Neuro-Oncology team.
1995: MSW, Simmons School of Social Work
1998: Fellowship, Mental Health, Yale University