Dr. Paul Miskovitz is Clinical Professor of Medicine in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Weill Cornell Medical College, and Attending Physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Campus, New York. Dr. Miskovitz is an Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society graduate of Cornell, where he did his internal medicine internship and residency; he did his gastroenterology and hepatology fellowship at the New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, with rotations at Sloan Kettering Institute, Rockefeller University Hospital, and Hospital for Special Surgery.
Following an investigative career, Dr. Miskovitz directed much of his division while developing expertise in specific diseases, as well as the use of information technology in diagnosis, which led to the co-development of several medical computer software programs. He co-directed the Cornell program at the medical ICU at St. Barnabas Hospital, the Bronx, and authored a variety of articles on gastroenterology, hepatology, and internal medicine. He also reviewed and edited dozens of articles, chapters, journals, and books, including Colonoscopy. He was named one of “The Best Doctors in New York,” one of “America’s Top Doctors,” and won a CINE Golden Eagle for a PSA to advance awareness for colorectal cancer screening. Dr. Miskovitz currently maintains a clinical consultative practice and teaches at the Weill Cornell Medical College.