Eun L. Langman, M.D.

  • Assistant Professor
Department/Division
  • Community Radiology
  • Breast Imaging
Address 3400 Wake Forest Rd
DRAH Radiology

Raleigh, NC 27609
Telephone 919-954-3624
Fax 919-660-9277
Training
  • MD, Duke University School of Medicine, 2009
Residency
  • Diagnostic Radiology, Duke University Medical Center, 2010-2014
Fellowship
  • Breast Imaging, Duke University Medical Center, 2014-2015
Awards and Honors
  • Duke Radiology Resident Teaching Award, June 2014
  • Class Speaker, Duke University School of Medicine class of 2009
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute-NIH Fellowship, 2007-2008
  • Merage Institute for the American Dream Fellow, 2004-2006
  • Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society Inductee (top 10% engineering majors at MIT), 2003
  • Gates Millennium Scholar, 2000-2004
Education
  • Internal Medicine Preliminary Year, Mount Auburn Hospital, 2009-2010
  • B.S. Degrees in Biology and Chemical Engineering, MIT, 2004
Research Interests My clinical sub-specialty within the field of diagnostic radiology is breast imaging. This
specialty is at a unique crossroads between technology and patient care. In practice, I
have the privilege of providing care for patients through the course of their imaging
workup: identifying an abnormality in an asymptomatic patient at annual screening,
counseling the patient at the time to diagnostic workup, acquiring tissue for diagnosis,
and following response to therapy. These direct interactions with patients are crucial
in identifying clinically relevant scientific questions and solutions which can be
translated into practice.
Breast cancer screening programs are effective because they provide the opportunity
for effective treatment at an early stage of disease when prognosis remains excellent.
Breast imaging as a specialty within radiology is unique in the direct and immediate
impact that image quality and accurate interpretation can have on decreasing
morbidity and mortality.
My research interests lie not only in developing effective imaging technologies for
early and accurate detection of breast cancer, but also in minimally-invasive, imageguided
treatments that can reduce the morbidity associated with currently available
surgical and oncologic therapies.
  • Jung HK, Kuzmiak CM, Kim KW, Choi NM, Kim HJ, Langman EL, Yoon S, Steen D, Zeng D, Gao F. Potential Use of American College of Radiology BI-RADS Mammography Atlas for Reporting and Assessing Lesions Detected on Dedicated Breast CT Imaging: Preliminary Study. pii: S1076-6332(17)30279-9. doi: 10.1016/j.acra.2017.06.003. 2017 Jul 17; Abstract
  • Langman EL, Suhocki PV, Hurwitz HI, Morse MA, Burbridge RA, Smith TP, Kim CY. Percutaneous biliary drainage catheter insertion in patients with extensive hepatic metastatic tumor burden. doi: 10.21037/jgo.2016.06.13. 2016 Dec;7(6):875-881 Abstract
  • Lee JE, Liang KJ, Fariss RN, Wong WT. Ex vivo dynamic imaging of retinal microglia using time-lapse confocal microscopy. doi: 10.1167/iovs.08-2076. 2008 Sep;49(9):4169-76 Abstract
  • Lee Langman E, Hertzberg BS, Boyd BK, Gupta RT. Dichorionic, diamnionic twin pregnancy discordant for anencephaly: Report of two cases and literature review. doi: 10.2484/rcr.v8i2.843. 2013;8(2):843 Abstract
  • Liang KJ, Lee JE, Wang YD, Ma W, Fontainhas AM, Fariss RN, Wong WT. Regulation of dynamic behavior of retinal microglia by CX3CR1 signaling. doi: 10.1167/iovs.08-3357. 2009 Sep;50(9):4444-51 Abstract