Dr. Bruce Moskowitz led the founding of the Cancer Nutrition Consortium, bringing together leaders from the fields of oncology, nutrition and industry.
Dr. Moskowitz graduated from the University of Miami Medical School. He subsequently did his residency at the University of Rochester and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. At the University of Miami, he was awarded the Jerome Krivanek award for innovation in medical education. At the University of Rochester, he received the David Haller award for excellence in patient care. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society.
He currently practices primary care in West Palm Beach Florida. He has served as the chief of medicine and a member of the executive committee at St Mary’s Hospital. He is Chairman of the board of Biomedical Research and Education Foundation (BREF). He is a founding member of the Academic Healthcare Consortium, a current member of the University Hospital Consortium, and scientific board member of the Landenberger Foundation. He has taken leadership roles in various projects including the Clinical Trial Initiative, founder and chairman of the Cancer Nutrition Consortium, and the development of the Emergency Medical Center worldwide locator application. He recently brought together the leaders of the nation’s top medical centers to meet with the president-elect in 2017.