Professor, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Division, Icahn School of Medicine
Larry Di Fabrizio, MD, is a seasoned clinician with a strong academic background with more than two decades of private practice in New York City 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, 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 The 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.