Dr. Larry Di Fabrizio

Mount Sinai

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10 East 102nd Street 5th Floor , New York, New York, NY 10029,
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212-241-5656
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10 East 102nd Street 5th Floor , New York, New York, NY 10029, USA
212-241-5656

Dr. Larry Di Fabrizio has joined Mount Sinai on July 2, 2012 as the Director of the Pulmonary Faculty Practice and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine.  He is a seasoned clinician with a strong academic background with more than two decades of private practice in NYC while also serving as a fellowship training Program Director for over a decade, most recently at Lenox Hill Hospital and previously at St. Vincent’s Hospital.

Dr. Di Fabrizio’s goal at Mount Sinai is to translate cutting edge scientific breakthroughs into clinical practice.

Dr. Di Fabrizio, a graduate of Columbia College, received his medical degree with distinction from Washington University in St. Louis. He interned and served as a medical resident and fellow in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, at Harvard Medical School.

During his medical school years, he worked as a visiting student at Mount Sinai Hospital in the laboratory of Dr. James Holland, the Director of Neoplastic Diseases, and later spent a year conducting research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Center. After his clinical training, he joined the laboratory of Dr. Leonard Chess at Columbia University under a Research Fellowship in Cellular Immunology. Dr. Di Fabrizio received the American Lung Association and Howard Hughes Fellowship Training Grants and subsequently joined the full-time faculty at Columbia Medical School in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.

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