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Brian W. Loggie, MD
Conditions Treated Ovarian Cancer Pericardial Mesothelioma Pleural Mesothelioma Testicular Mesothelioma
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A native of Montreal, Canada, Dr. Brian Loggie completed the courses of Loyola College and graduated from the McGill University Medical School. He completed his residency at the Montreal General Hospital and moved to Chicago afterwards to complete a fellowship at the University of Illinois. Currently the chief of the surgical oncology division at the Creighton University Medical Center, Dr. Brian Loggie’s specialty and main focus is mesothelioma. As a surgical oncologist, Dr. Loggie has been well respected in the field for the last several decades, and uses highly effective techniques for treating mesothelioma and any damage this causes through minimally invasive surgical interventions. He is board certified in surgical oncology.
Loyola College, Montreal, Canada - 1974
McGill University, Montreal, Canada - 1979
Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, Canada (1980-1986)
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (1986-1988)
American Board of Surgery
Comparison of cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy with mitomycin or carboplatin for diffuse malignant peritoneal mesothelioma.
Shetty SJ, Bathla L, Govindarajan V, Thomas P, Loggie BW.See more >>
Clinical implications of novel activating EGFR mutations in malignant peritoneal mesothelioma.
Foster JM, Radhakrishna U, Govindarajan V, Carreau JH, Gatalica Z, Sharma P, Nath SK, Loggie BW.See more >>
Novel and existing mutations in the tyrosine kinase domain of the epidermal growth factor receptor are predictors of optimal resectability in malignant peritoneal mesothelioma.
Foster JM, Gatalica Z, Lilleberg S, Haynatzki G, Loggie BW.See more >>
Society of Surgical Oncology
American College of Surgeons
American Medical Association
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Association for Academic Surgery
Verified Patient ReviewsRate This Doctor
June 25, 2016
by Michele K.
“Twenty years ago when I was 49 I found out that I had a rare form of cancer and only 6 months to live. I was referred to Dr. Loggie and became his patient in his NIH study using hot chemo. I could not have had a better doctor to guide me through this difficult road. Dr. Loggie never gave up on me, even when I felt like quitting.”