Daniel M. Libby, MD, is Clinical Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Attending Physician, The New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Libby has been in private practice for 30 years after spending seven years on the full time faculty at Cornell Medical College. He received the Andrew Mellon Teacher Scientist award and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.
Dr. Libby has extensive teaching experience with medical students, interns, residents, and Pulmonary Fellows and has done clinical research in several areas of Pulmonary Medicine, having published over 80 articles in peer reviewed medical journals on topics such as pulmonary physiology, alveolar macrophages, and CT screening for lung cancer. His current clinical research interest in conjunction with the Department of Genetic Medicine is the development of genetic biomarkers of lung cancer taken from nasal brushings.
Dr. Libby has served in leadership positions on the Weill Cornell Medical College Board of Overseers, The Medical Board of the New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Committee of Review (Promotions), the Board of Directors of the Griffis Faculty Club and President of the Association of Practicing Physicians. Extra-curricular positions include President of the Board of the 333 East 68th Street Cooperative Corporation and President of the New York City Physicians Golfing Associations. Social memberships include The River Club of New York and the Lake Mohawk Golf Club, Sparta, New Jersey.