Alyson Fox, MD
2011 Clinical Fellow of the Year - Dept of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
2010 Komarov Research Competition - Third prize in Clinical Research
2010 Frank Brooks, M.D. Research Award for Fellows, University of Pennsylvania
2010 Edward C. Raffensperger Teaching Award for Fellows
2009 - 2010 Chief Fellow, Gastroenterology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
2007 Assistant Chief Resident in Internal Medicine, NY Presbyterian Hospital
2005 The American Liver Foundation (ALF) and the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) Resident Scholar Travel Award to attend the AASLD Liver Meeting
2004 Commencement Speaker, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
2010 The Irwin Gelernt Award for Service to the Community
2004 Mount Sinai School of Medicine Community Service and Academic Achievement
2002 Mount Sinai School of Medicine Student Leadership Award
Dr. Alyson Fox earned her BA in Public Health at the Johns Hopkins University prior to attending the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at NY Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center, where she served as assistant chief resident. She completed her Gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. While at Penn, she completed a Masters in Clinical Epidemiology and served as chief fellow. She completed her advanced fellowship training in Advanced Transplant Hepatology at the University of California, San Francisco and was named clinical fellow of the year by the Department of Medicine.
Dr. Fox's clinical practice is focused on the management of patients with a variety of liver diseases including viral hepatitis, alcoholic and non alcoholic fatty liver diseases, inherited liver diseases and liver cancers. As a transplant hepatologist, she has advanced training in the management of complications of end stage liver disease and caring for patients both pre and post liver transplantation. Her research area is focused on issues related to organ allocation and complications of portal hypertension.