Richard Langley ,MD, FRCP, is a professor and director of research in the Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine at Dalhousie University in Canada.
Dr. Langley received his undergraduate degree at Dalhousie University, internship in internal medicine, and fellowship in Dermatologic surgery at the University of Toronto, and completed his fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.
Following his training, Dr. Langley joined the Faculty of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and he was previously the director of the clinical investigations unit at Massachusetts General Hospital until June, 2000.
Dr. Langley has authored over 100 articles, book chapters, and other publications and is a regular reviewer for several medical and dermatology journals.
He is a principal investigator and has conducted over 100 phase 1-3 studies involving most of the biologic agents in psoriasis and new immunotherapies in Atopic Dermatitis.
also has a imaging laboratory that has helped pioneer the application of diagnostic in vivo confocal microscopy in benign and malignant melanocytic lesions.
Dr Langley has been the recipient of numerous awards for teaching , including Professor of the Year at Dalhousie in 5 of the past 8 years, research, clinical practice, and volunteer activities(Canadian Dermatology Association Young Dermatologist Volunteer Award).