Dr. Alyson Fox is a luminary in the realm of transplant hepatology, with an illustrious educational background that includes Mount Sinai School of Medicine and fellowship at both the University of Pennsylvania and University of California, San Francisco. Her clinical acumen, bolstered by a Master's in Clinical Epidemiology, has earned her a spot as an Associate Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). Her specialty in managing complex liver diseases and her role as Medical Director of the Adult Liver Transplant Program at CUMC underline her significant contributions to the field.
Dr. Fox's commitment to medical excellence is further highlighted by her numerous accolades, such as the Virginia Apgar Academy of Medical Educators induction and the prestigious Charles W. Bohmfalk Award for teaching. She is renowned for her expertise in liver transplant evaluation and living donor transplantation, which, combined with her leadership in course direction and medical education, has significantly advanced the standards of patient care and medical training.
She works in the gastroenterology department.
Dr. Alyson works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Dr. Alyson specializes in diseases and treatments such as liver transplantation, portal hypertension, and cirrhosis, hepatitis.