Chelsea Osterman, MD, is a second year Oncology fellow and first year AHRQ health services research fellow. She completed her medical degree at the University of Connecticut, followed by Internal Medicine residency training at the University of Pennsylvania. Her clinical interest is in genitourinary cancers and geriatric oncology, with a research focus on health outcomes and end of life care for elderly cancer patients. Her current research projects explore the experience of older patients receiving immunotherapy and how the adoption of immunotherapy has influenced utilization of palliative care and hospice. In her free time, Chelsea enjoys traveling to far-flung destinations and mastering the New York Times crossword puzzle.