dr-david-marksUndergraduate Studies

University of California at Santa Barbara

Medical School

Yale University School of Medicine
Internship/Residency – Yale University School of Medicine/Greenwich Hospital, Chief Resident
Board certified – Internal Medicine
Fellow in allergy and clinical immunology at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston


Dr. David Marks began his medical career as Medical Director of the internationally renowned New England Center for Headache in Stamford, Connecticut, where he took care of patients and participated in ground breaking research, including some of the earliest work using Botox injections to treat migraines.

In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Marks was the chief medical reporter at WCBS-TV in NYC, and prior to that medical reporter for WNBC-TV. He has appeared on “Today,” “Good Morning America,” MSNBC, and the Fox News Channel. He also continues to periodically host webcasts and professional continuing medical education broadcasts for WebMD and Medscape.

Dr. Marks’ first book, “The Headache Prevention Cookbook: Eating Right To Prevent Migraines and Other Headaches” (Houghton Mifflin) was published in July 2000. His second book, “Raising Stable Kids in an Unstable World” (HCI) 2004 has been published in 3 languages. He has written for various websites, hosted webcasts, and has authored numerous articles for magazines, newspapers and scientific journals.

He lives in Weston, CT with his wife, Laura, a pediatrician in Westport, and his youngest son. They have two other children who are currently undergraduate college students. David’s hobbies include playing guitar, basketball, and hanging out with his two awesome dogs, Scout and Bennie.