The Lewis Landsberg Society
The Landsberg Society connects former Medicine housestaff from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine for professional exchange and continuing medical education in a virtual alumni community.
The Lewis Landsberg Society is named after Lewis Landsberg, MD, and was created by former Department of Medicine chief medical residents who trained under him. Dr. Landsberg served as chair from 1990 to 1999 and continues to share his distinctive insights and approach to medicine. His continued involvement in our training program at Northwestern makes our great residents even better.
Learn more about Dr. Landsberg and his contributions to the medical and scientific community.
About Dr. Landsberg
Late Night Morning Report!
Join Lewis Landsberg, MD, Irving S. Cutter Professor of Medicine Emeritus and Dean Emeritus, and current chief residents in the Department of Medicine for a lively and interactive discussion of a current case and the best diagnostic and treatment options. Following the case, join fellow alumni for cocktails and dinner, and enjoy sharing some of your other favorite moments of residency training.
Thursday, April 25, 2019
101 East Erie Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Members of the society are a group of residents and fellows who have graduated from Northwestern’s world-renowned medical school, residency and fellowships. As part of its mission, the society meets annually, inviting faculty and former and current fellows to engage in social and educational activities.
Learn more about the Landsberg Society or join using the links below:
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- Meet the Board
Meet the founding members of the Landsberg Society.
- Become a Member
Join the Landsberg Society and receive information on upcoming events.