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Max Langham, MD

Specialties:  Pediatric Surgery

Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery and St. Jude Chair of General Pediatric Oncological Surgery

Professor, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Patient Care Emphasis:

Liver Tumors, Biliary Atresia, Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, ECMO

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Max Langham, MD

Specialties:  Pediatric Surgery

Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery and St. Jude Chair of General Pediatric Oncological Surgery

Professor, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Locations
UT Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists
Le Bonheur Outpatient Center - Main Campus
51 N. Dunlap St., 2nd Floor
Memphis, TN 38105
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Education
Medical School

The Johns Hopkins University

Board Certification

American Board of Surgery, Special Qualifications in Pediatric Surgery and Special Competence in Surgical Critical Care

Internship

Medical College of Virginia Hospital

Residency

Medical College of Virginia Hospital

Fellowship

St Christopher's Hospital for Children

Other Education

Visiting Investigator, Division of Perinatal Biology, Loma Linda
University, Loma Linda, CA (1989)
Visiting Investigator, Fetal Treatment Program, University of California at
San Francisco (1989)
Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers,
Harvard School of Public Health (2001)
Leadership Program in Health Policy and Management,
Brandeis University (2014)

Career
Awards and Honors

Recognized in U.S. News & World Report Top Doctors
American College of Surgeons/American Pediatric Surgical Association Health Policy Scholarship, 2014
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Chair in General Pediatric Oncologic Surgery, 2010
Lester R. Dragstedt Physician-Scientist Award, 1995
American Heart Association Initial Investigatorship, 1991
Upjohn Award, Medical College of Virginia, 1982

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow, Surgical Section, 1991-Present
American College of Surgeons, Fellow, 1992-Present
American Medical Association, 1998-Present
American Pediatric Society, 2016-Present
American Pediatric Surgical Association, 1992-Present
American Society of Transplant Surgeons, 1994-Present
American Surgical Association, 2011-Present
Association for Academic Surgery, 1987-Present
Children’s Oncology Group 2000-Present
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Study Group, 1994-Present
Halsted Society, 2001-Present
Harwell Wilson Surgical Society, 2006-Present
Humera Surgical Society, 1987-Present
Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Society, 1981-Present
Society for Critical Care Medicine, 1991-Present
Society of University Surgeons, 1998-Present
Southeastern Surgical Congress 1999-Present
Southern Surgical Association, Fellow, 1999-Present
United Network of Organ Sharing, 1989-Present
Woodward Society, 1992-Present