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Lorrie A. Langdale, MD

Lorrie A. Langdale, MD

Professor of Surgery
University of Washington

Lorrie A. Langdale, MD is a Professor of Surgery at the University of Washington. She trained in General Surgery at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago and Surgical Critical Care at UCSF, joining the University of Washington faculty in 1985. She is in active clinical practice for the Veterans Administration (VA-Puget Sound Health Care) and other University affiliated hospitals, serving as Chief of General Surgery and Director of Surgical Critical Care for VA-PSHC. She has maintained an active basic science research program focused on liver ischemia reperfusion injury for nearly twenty years.

Dr. Langdale directed the surgical medical student clerkships for her department from 1993-2006, expanding the surgical education presence across the Washington-Wyoming-Alaska-Montana-Idaho region as well as student education requirements. She has served on the National Board of Medical Examiners as a question author and has published in the area of medical student preparedness for residency training. Throughout her career, she has been an active mentor and educator for surgical residents, receiving the John K. Stevenson Award for teaching excellence from the Department of Surgery residents in 2007. In addition to her contributions to student and resident education, Dr. Langdale has been primary contributor to the American College of Surgeons Continuing Education Program, SESAP, since 1996, authoring questions and serving on various ACS committees addressing ongoing education for practicing surgeons. She currently serves as an ACS governor, representing Washington State and is an elected member of the Board of Governors Executive Committee.

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