About the Doctor

Dr. David Adam Fedoronko, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, stands out for his contributions to the intersection of psychiatry and internal medicine. With a robust background in chemistry from Wayne State University and a medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School, his academic excellence is evident. Dr. Fedoronko completed his residency in psychiatry at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, where he also pursued fellowship training in consultation-liaison psychiatry, solidifying his expertise in psychosomatic medicine.

In his current role, Dr. Fedoronko's work as a liaison to lung and heart transplant programs at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital underscores the crucial integration of mental health care in complex medical treatments. His clinical interests focus on managing mood and anxiety disorders among medically compromised individuals, showcasing his unique blend of compassion and medical acumen. As an educator, he actively shapes the future of psychiatry, overseeing the consultation-liaison component of medical student clerkships and mentoring residents and fellows. His dedication to advancing the field is reflected in his numerous accolades and his commitment to his patients and students alike.



Graduated School

University of Michigan Medical School

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. David Adam Fedoronko work?

    He works in the psychiatry department.

  • At which hospital does David Adam Fedoronko work?

    Dr. David works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

  • What diseases is Dr. David in?

    Dr. David specializes in diseases and treatments such as anxiety disorders, depression and medically compromised individuals.

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