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Natalie R. Langley, Ph.D., conducts research in the areas of clinical anatomy, medical education and forensic anthropology. Dr. Langley collaborates with physicians to elucidate the anatomical basis for clinical interventions. She studies the effectiveness of teaching and curricular innovations for continuous quality improvement in medical education. Dr. Langley's forensic research focuses on improving methods of identifying skeletal remains, analyzing skeletal trauma and determining time since death.
Dr. Langley uses her anatomical knowledge and skills to help physicians and surgeons improve pain management and reduce the need for addictive opioids for relieving patient discomfort. She also assists with testing the effectiveness and safety of innovative techniques for administering regional anesthesia for surgical procedures. Her forensic research provides a means of bringing closure to families who have lost loved ones.
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