Dr. Langer is a medical oncologist, director of Compass Oncology's Genetic Risk Evaluation and Testing (GREAT) program, and medical director of cancer genetics for US Oncology.
In addition to over 15 years experience in genetic research at some of the nation's leading institutions, she has advanced subspecialty expertise in breast cancer, lung cancer and lymphomas.
Dr. Langer is well-known for her caring spirit. It is important to her that her patients are comfortable and feel that their needs are being heard and addressed. She believes strongly in evidence-based medicine and in being a steadfast advisor to her patients throughout their treatment journey.
When not working, Dr. Langer has a rich family life with her artist husband and two children. She loves theater and travel. She is a self-proclaimed foodie.
Dr. Langer is associated with Providence Cancer Center.
Areas of expertise
Breast cancer, cancer genetics, lung cancer, lymphoma
Medical school: Doctor of Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif.
Residency: Internal medicine Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Stanford, Calif.
Advanced training: Hematology/Oncology fellowship UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif.
Additional graduate study: MS, health services UCLA School of Public Health, Los Angeles, Calif.
Board certifications: Internal medicine and medical oncology