Dr. Anne Moore is the Medical Director of the Weill Cornell Breast Center. She is Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Attending Physician at The New York Presbyterian Hospital. Although her primary interest is patient care, she is involved in teaching and research both at the national and local level. Her laboratory research on platelets and endothelial cells was conducted at Weill Cornell Medical College with Dr.Ralph L Nachman. Her current clinical research involves breast cancer clinical trials and studies of side effects of medications commonly used in breast cancer. She served as a Director of the American Board of Internal Medicine and is an active member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology where she is editor of the recent publication, ASCO-SEP II. In New York, she is a trustee of the New York Community Trust as well as a former trustee of The New York Academy of Medicine and past president of The New York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group, Inc. She is listed among "The Best Doctors" by American Health magazine and by New York magazine. She has been recognized by SHARE (Self-Help for Women with Breast Cancer), by JALBCA (Judges and Lawyers Breast Cancer Alliance), and by the Susan G. Komen Foundation for her work in breast cancer. She was honored by The Artists for Breast Cancer Survival with a concert at Carnegie Hall. The Healthcare Chaplaincy recognized her and her husband, Dr. Arnold L. Lisio with the Lifetime Achievment Award in 2007. A graduate of Smith College and recipient of the alumna Gold Medal, she received her medical degree from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons and her post-graduate training at The New York Hospital.
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Rockefeller University - CoreSource
1969 Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Internship: 1970 Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Residency: 1973 Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center