Lu Anne Dinglasan, M.D.

Radiology Assistant Professor

Department of Radiology


University of Louisville Hospital, 530 S. Jackson St. 502-852-5875 lading01@louisville.edu

EDUCATION

09/1999-03/2003    B.S. in Physiological Science, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

08/2003-05/2008    Masters in Health Science, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

08/2003-05/2008    M.D., Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

07/2009-06/2013    Chief Resident, Department of Radiology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

07/2013-06/2014    Fellow, Division of Angiography & Interventional Radiology, Brigham &Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

07/2014-06/2015    Fellow, Division of Breast Imaging, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

09/2015-Present    Assistant Professor

Department of Radiology

University of Louisville

Louisville, Kentucky

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

06/2013    American Board of Radiology- Diagnostic Radiology Certification

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support: Active

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES

Radiological Society of North America

American College of Radiology

American Association of Women Radiologists

Society of Interventional Radiology

Society of Breast Imaging

ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

  1. Dinglasan LV, Greer C, Treloar H. The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Azon Guidance. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Meeting of Medical Fellows. Washington DC, May 9th, 2007
  2. Dinglasan LV, Greer C, Treloar H. The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Axon Guidance and Neurite Outgrowth. Plenary Scientific Session 22nd Annual Student Research Day, Oral Presentation of Award-Winning Theses. New Haven, CT, May 6th, 2008
  3. Dinglasan LV, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Trerotola S, Mondschein J, Hoffmann J, Stavropoulous SW. Removal of Fractured Retrievable IVC filters: Feasibility and Outcomes. Society of Interventional Radiology 37th Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 28th, 2011
  4. Dinglasan LV, Oh J, Schmitt JE, Trerotola S, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Stavropoulos SW. Complicated inferior vena cava filter retrievals: Associated factors identified on pre-retrieval CT. 37th Annual Pendergrass Symposium, Hospital of the University  of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, June 8th 2012.

POSTERS

  1. Treloar H, Dinglasan L, Greer C (2004) Tenascin-C in the developing olfactory system. [Poster] Society for Neuroscience, 34.41.13.
  2. Treloar H, Dinglasan L, Greer C (2005) Tenascin-C and it’s receptors and binding partners in the developing olfactory system. [Poster] Association for Chemoreception Sciences, 29.
  3. Dinglasan LV, Treloar HB (2006) Matric Metalloproteinases (MMPs) in the formation of the primary olfactory pathway. [Poster] Society for Neuroscience, 36.620.10.
  4. Dinglasan LV, Treloar HB (2007) Matrix Metalloproteinases in Olfactory Development. [Poster] Association for Chemoreception Science, 29.
  5. Tu W, Dinglasan L, Chueh J, Kennedy W. (2007) An unusual fetal presentation of an abdominal wall defect in a dichorionic-diamniotic twin. [Abstract] Society for Fetal Urology, 39.
  6. Dinglasan LV, Ray A, TGreloar HB (2007) Matric Metalloproteinases in olfactory development and neurite outgrowth. [Poster] Society of Neuroscience, 37.870.1.
  7. Dinglasan LV, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Trerotola S, Mondschein J, Hoffmann J, Stavropoulos SW. (2010) Removal of Fractured Retrievable IVC filters: Feasibility and Outcomes. [Abstract] Society of Interventional Radiology, 106.
  8. Dinglasan LV, Oh J, Trerotola S, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Stavropoulos SW. (2012) Complicated IVC filter retrivals: associated factors identified on pre-retrieval CT. [Poster] Radiological Society of North America.
  9. Dinglasan LV. (2013) Aunt Minnie Case of the Day: Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome in the Setting of Immunosuppressive Therapy. [Web-based case].

PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED

Graves M, Fiala M, Dinglasan L, Liu N, Sayre J, Chiappelli F, van Kooten C, Vinters H (2004) Inflammation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis spinal cord and brain is mediated by activated macrophages, mast cells and T cells. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. 5(4):213-219.

Treloar HB, Ray A, Dinglasan L, Schachner M, Greer CA (2009) Tenascin-C is an inhibitory boundary molecule in the developing olfactory bulb. J. Neurosci. 29(30):9405-16.

Dinglasan LV, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Trerotola S, Mondschein J, Hoffmann J, Stavropoulos SW (2011) Removal of fractured inferior vena cava filters: feasibility and outcomes. J Vascular and Interventional Radiolgoy, 23(2):181-7.

Dinglasan LV, Oh J, Schmitt JE, Trerotola S, Shlansky-Goldberg R, Stavropoulos SW (2013) Complicated inferfior vena cava filter retrievals: Associated factors identified at pre-retrieval CT. Radiology, 266(1):347-54.