Faculty Profile: Lucia Larson, MD

Lucia Larson
Lucia Larson, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Medicine
Work: 401-793-5700
Research interest in medical problems in pregnancy including thromboembolic disease, preeclampsia, and cardiac disorders.

Biography

Lucia Larson, MD, is director of Obstetric Medicine at the Women's Medicine Collaborative.
An associate professor of medicine and obstetrics and gynecology at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Dr. Larson has been director of the fellowship in Obstetric and Consultative Medicine at Alpert Medical School since 2005 and director of the Alpert Medical School's student clerkship in Medical Consultation in Obstetrics & Gynecology since 1998.
Dr. Larson received a medical degree from New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York, and completed her residency in internal medicine at University of Chicago Hospitals. Dr. Larson completed a fellowship in obstetric and consultative medicine at Women & Infants Hospital. She is immediate past president of the North American Society of Obstetric Medicine.
Dr. Larson is board certified in internal medicine. She is a fellow of the American College of Physicians. Her clinical and research interests include medical problems in pregnancy including thromboembolic disease, preeclampsia and cardiac disorders.

Institutions

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Grants and Awards

National Awards:
David E. Rogers Junior Faculty Education Award presented by the Society of General Internal Medicine, 2001 Program Committee, for workshop APrescribing and Diagnostic Imaging in Pregnancy@ at annual national SGIM meeting, August 2001.

Regional Awards:
Obstetric Medicine Teaching Award. Annual Women & Infants Department of Medicine Awards, 2002.

Dean's Teaching Excellence Award for exemplary teaching in Bio 282-Human Growth & Reproduction, Brown Medical School, 2002.

Dean's Teaching Excellence Award for exemplary teaching in Bio 282-Human Growth & Reproduction, Brown Medical School, 2003.

The Master of Arts ad eundem degree awarded by Brown University, Board of Fellows.
May, 2004.

Appreciation Award. Women & Infants Women's Primary Care Center Nurse Practitioners,
June, 2004.

Affiliations

1992 – present American College of Physicians

1997 – present Society of Obstetric Medicine

1997 – present Society for General Internal Medicine

2002 - present Executive Committee, North American Society of Obstetric Medicine

2002 – present American Medical Women's Association

2002 - present Rhode Island Medical Women's Association

2003 – present International Society of Obstetric Medicine

2005 – present Secretary/Treasurer of North American Society of Obstetric Medicine

Funded Research

N/A

Teaching Experience

Fellowship Director, fellowship in Obstetric and Consultative Medicine. Attending physician for Obstetric and Consultative consult service at Women and Infants' Hospital educating and supervising fellows, residents, and medical students.