- Yale University, BS in neurobiology, magna cum laude
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine, M.D., Alpha Omega Alpha
- Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA (Internship and Residency, Internal Medicine)
- Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA (GI Fellowship)
- NY-Presbyterian Medical Center (GI Fellowship)
- Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York (Hepato-biliary Fellowhip)
- Dr. Spivack is interested in all areas of gastroenterology but has particular expertise in Hepatology, Women’s Issues in Gastroenterology and screening colonoscopy.
- Previously was Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at NY Presbyterian and part of their Liver Clinical Trials network.
- Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Diplomate, Subspecialty of Gastroenterology
- National Board of Medical Examiners
- American Medical Association
- American Gastroenterology Association
- American Society for GI Endoscopy
- American Medical Women’s Association, Fairfield County chapter
- Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation
- Medical Advisory Committee of American Liver Foundation, New Haven chapter
- Magna Cum Laude
- Alpha Omega Alpha
- Listed in Best Doctors in Connecticut magazine. Cited in Castle and Connelly list of best doctors in NY/Metro area.
- Chief resident, Internal Medicine offered and accepted, but moved to NYC.
- Cited author in several studies published in peer-reviewed journals.
- Co-author book chapter.
On a personal note:
- Julie is a former New Yorker who happily lives in Fairfield County with her husband, three sons and new puppy. She is also a huge Yankee fan. Interests: Theater and literature.
- “When I was at Yale my physician-father discouraged me from applying to medical school. It’s the only time I didn’t listen to him, and I have never regretted it.”