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Dr. Arthur L. Lage

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Board Member

Email: a***@***.edu
Harvard University
University Hall
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
United States

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  • DVM
  • PhD
    Harvard
  • PhDs
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Arthur Lage - Iowa State University Alumni Association
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Dr. Arthur Lage has led a distinguished career that has advanced public health, veterinary medicine, and human medicine. After successfully building one of the largest private specialty practices on the Atlantic Coast, Lage joined the faculty at Harvard University, where today he is director of the Harvard Center for Comparative Medicine. One of his accomplishments at Harvard has been the implementation of the One Medicine approach at the Harvard Medical School's Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, which he served as director for 10 years. At the center, veterinarians, physicians, and other scientists work together to share their expertise. With this approach the group has been able to adapt devices and techniques for a variety of surgical applications, especially in the area of pediatric medicine.
Within the field of veterinary medicine, Lage is an international expert in renal physiology. A board-certified veterinary internist, Lage is a past president and chairman of the board of regents of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). He was instrumental in establishing the Veterinary Medical Forum, one of the outstanding continuing education programs in North America. In 2008, he received the distinguished service award from the ACVIM.
Lage is the past chairman of the Animal Welfare Committee for the State of Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association. He is also a member of the board of directors for the Massachusetts Society for Medical Research and a board member for the New England Regional Center of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. He also volunteers his veterinary services for the South Shore (Massachusetts) community.
Lage is an ISU Alumni Association life member.
News
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Dr. Arthur Lage '61, Harvard
ACVIM
www.acvim.org, 11 May 2009 [cached]
Dr. Arthur L. Lage is the 2008 winner of the ACVIM Distinguished Service Award. While Dr. Lage was an innovative leader in the College as he moved through various Specialty and Board positions, including Chairman of the Board of Regents from 1982 - 1983, his greatest impact was realized as Chairperson of the Program Committee for the ACVIM Forum in 1981 - 1982 and then as the General ACVIM Forum Chairman for 10 years (1984 - 1994). During this period, the College experienced explosive membership and ACVIM Forum growth and the success of the ACVIM Forum largely funded the ongoing operations of the College. Dr. Lage has had academic appointments at Iowa State University and Tufts University and is currently the Director of Animal Resources & Comparative Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
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The 10 alumni already in the Hall are: retired Army major general Max Baratz '52, former broadcast journalist John Drury '45, teacher and artist Ruth VanSickle Ford '15, opera singer Eric Halfvarson '70, retired Navy admiral and current energy company executive H. William Habermeyer '60, Harvard University associate professor Dr. Arthur Lage '61, artist and illustrator Wendell Minor '62, health care executive Paul Ormond '67, meteorologist Tom Skilling '70 and satellite television pioneer Robert Taggart '61.
A+ Foundation for West Aurora Schools :: 2006 Hall of Honor Recipients
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Arthur Lage, DVM, DACVIM - Class of 1961 After building up the largest private veterinarian practice on the Atlantic Coast, Dr. Arthur Lage '61 joined the faculty at Harvard. Today, he is an associate professor of Surgery and of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. In addition, Lage is director of Harvard's Center of Animal Resources and Comparative Medicine, the Office of Animal Resources, and the Division of Surgery.
One of his innovations at Harvard is the "One Medicine" approach. He has brought together veterinarians, PhDs and surgeons to share their expertise. One result is the adaptation of a device veterinarians use in surgery for pediatric surgery. Lage has published 15 book chapters on clinical nephrology and urology. He also has 22 national/international refereed original publications in the fields of human, veterinary and comparative medicine. Lage also serves as the course director for Principles of Vertebrate Surgery at Harvard University and Renal Pathophysiology at Tufts University.
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