DR. Murphy is the Managing Partner and Clinical Director. He is an Assistant Professor in Medicine, Cell Biology and Anatomy at New York Medical College and a Yale Affiliated Hospitals speaker. DR. Murphy is a thought leader in personalized medicine, allergy, and weight loss medicine. He sits on the research informed cohort oversight board of Coriell's Personalized Medicine Collaborative and Pharmacogenomics Advisory Group. DR. Murphy completed his internship in Medical Genetics and Pediatrics at The Mount Sinai Hospital. He served as the chief resident in Internal Medicine at Greenwich Hospital/Yale School of Medicine. Finally he served as the Clinical Fellow in Medical Genetics at Yale School of Medicine, leaving early to start his Personalized Primary Care, Allergy, and Weight Loss medicine practices. DR. Murphy specializes in general medical care, personalized medicine, and genetics, weight loss medicine, executive physicals, adolescent care, and hereditary cancers. He is an FAA Senior Aviation Medical Examiner, United States Civil Surgeon, Board Certified Internist, and Obesity Medicine specialist. He is the author of Gene Sherpas: Personalized Medicine and You, a popular personalized medicine blog.
Lisa is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a degree from Pace University, as well as a nursing degree from New York University. She is double board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Prior to moving out East, Lisa earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota in Kinesiology with a coaching minor, and was chosen as the Kinesiology Student of the Year in 2006. Lisa’s interests are preventative care, internal and bariatric medicine, sports medicine, and missions. She has diverse experience working with physically and mentally disabled adults, labor and delivery patients and their newborns, performing health and wellness screenings, working on an interdisciplinary informatics team, as a charge nurse, and lastly as a physical rehabilitation nurse working with strokes, spinal cord injuries, joint replacements, and debility patients. Lisa has previously worked at Stamford Hospital and Greenwich Hospital and is certified in ACLS, BLS, NRP and Electronic Fetal Monitoring. As a native of Wisconsin, Lisa loves the outdoors, cheese, lakes, wakeboarding, and is a big fan of the Packers and Brewers. Lisa is also an avid runner, spending several seasons as an assistant track and cross country coach.
DR. Litchia Weber, a Portuguese speaking native of Brazil, completed her medical education at the Universidade Federal do Ceará, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Her early pursuits in hematology research led to several notable publications. After completing her United States medical residency training in Internal Medicine at Roger Williams Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine, she went on to pursue a fellowship in Transfusion Medicine at the prestigious Dartmouth Medical Center/Geisel School of Medicine in New Hampshire. After becoming board certified in Transfusion Medicine, she became an assistant professor of Medicine at Dartmouth, working as an academic Hospitalist where she was nominated for the 'Best Clinical Teacher' award in 2015. Her interests include medical weight loss, preventative care and women's health.