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Dr. Stephen Richard Lauterbach

Dr. Stephen Richard Lauterbach

Medical Director, Xablecath Inc., Salt Lake City, UT

Dr. Stephen R. Lauterbach is a native of central NY where he graduated with honors from New Hartford Central High School and lettered in swimming and golf. He attended Middlebury College in Vermont and graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1990. He continued varsity swimming and golf while at Middlebury and won the Stromstead award in chemistry. Dr. Lauterbach did a senior honors thesis under the direction of Sunhee Choi Ph.D. and contributed to Dr. Choi’s laboratory’s publication of their research. He then attended SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York and received his M.D. with honors in 1994.

Dr. Lauterbach completed a residency in general surgery at Strong Memorial Hospital/ University of Rochester in Rochester, NY in 1999 and a fellowship in vascular and endovascular surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School in 2001. Dr. Lauterbach studied in the MGH vascular laboratory while a research fellow which provided his clinical interest in noninvasive vascular measurements and published his clinical research on acute aortic dissection with branch compromise under the direction of Dr. Richard P. Cambria.

Dr. Lauterbach then engaged in private practice in Los Angeles, CA for 8 years and developed a keen interest in limb salvage and treatment of the ischemic diabetic foot under the guidance of his senior partner, Dr. George Andros. He then returned to central NY and practiced for another 7 years before taking a clinical hiatus and working full time in industry with Xablecath Inc. as medical director under the guidance of Lisa Dunlea, CEO.
Dr. Lauterbach still enjoys competitive golf, travel, biographical histories and volunteer work.

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Dr. Stephen Richard Lauterbach
Dr. Stephen Richard Lauterbach

Educational Background

2000 – 2001
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
Clinical Fellow in Vascular Surgery
Boston, MA

1999 – 2000
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
Research Fellow in Vascular Surgery
Boston, MA

1994 – 1999
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Strong Memorial Hospital
Resident in General Surgery
Rochester, NY

1990 – 1994
State University of New York Health Science Center Syracuse
M.D. 1994
Syracuse, NY

1986 – 1990
Middlebury College
B.A. Chemistry
Middlebury, VT
cum laude 1990

Work Experience

12/2016 – Present
Medical Director XABLECATH, Inc
Peripheral Vascular Device Company,
Salt Lake City, UT

7/2014 – 8/16
Lourdes Vascular Surgery
Binghamton, NY

2009 – 6/2014
Max M.D. P.C.
Utica, NY

2003 – 2009
Los Angeles Vascular Specialists
Van Nuys, CA

2001 – 2003
Los Angeles Vascular Associates
Los Angeles, CA

Research Experience

2001 – 2003
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Principal Investigator for PREVENT III – Multicenter Phase III Study of E2F Decoy in Peripheral Vascular Surgery

1999 – 2000
Harvard Medical School
Research Fellow Department of Surgery
Supervisors: William M. Abbott, M.D.
Richard P. Cambria, M.D.

1989-1990
 Middlebury College
Senior Honors Thesis Student Department of Chemistry
Supervisor: Sunhee Choi, Ph.D.

Publications

  • Choi S, Ware W, Lauterbach SR, Phillips WM. Infrared spectroscopic studies on the phosphotidylserine bilayer interacting with calcium ion: effect of cholesterol. Biochemistry 1990; 30:8563-68.
  • Lauterbach SR, Cambria RP, Brewster DC, Gertler JP, LaMuraglia GM, Isselbacher EM, Hilgenberg AD and Moncure AC. Contemporary management of aortic branch compromise resulting from acute aortic dissection. J Vasc Surg 2001; 33:1185-92.
  • Cambria RP, Brewster DC, Lauterbach SR, Kaufman JL, Geller SC, Fan CM, Greenfield A, Hilgenberg AD, and Clouse WD. Evolving experience with thoracic aortic stent-graft repair. J Vasc Surg 2002; 35:1129-35.
  • Dattilo JB, Brewster DC, Fan CM, Geller SC, Cambria RP, Lamuraglia GM, Lauterbach SR, and Abbott WM. Clinical failures of AAA repair: incidence, causes, and management. J Vasc Surg 2002; 35:1137-44.
  • Farber A, Wagner WH, Cossman DV, Cohen JL, Walsh DB, Fillinger MF, Cronenwett JC, Lauterbach SR, and Levin PM. Isolated dissection of the abdominal aorta: Clinical presentation and therapeutic options. J Vasc Surg 2002; 36: 205-10.
  • Arteaga VA, Farber A, Wagner WH, Lauterbach SR, Cossman DV, Cohen JL, and Levin PM. Septic embolization to the carotid bifurcation presenting as carotidynia. Ann Vasc Surg 2003; 17: 152-55.
  • Farber A, Major KH, Wagner WH, Cohen JL, Cossman DV, Lauterbach SR, and Levin PM. Cryopreserved saphenous vein allografts in infrainguinal revascularization: An analysis of 240 grafts. J Vasc Surg 2003; 38:15-21.
  • Lauterbach SR, Farber A, Shortell CK. Acute aortic dissection presenting as rupture of the femoral artery. Ann Vasc Surg 2004; 18: 11-13.
  • Farber A, Lauterbach SR, Wagner WH, Cossman DV, Long B, Cohen JL, and Levin PM. Abdominal aortic dissection presenting as claudication: case report and review of the literature. Ann Vasc Surg 2004; 18: 4-10.
  • Wagner WH, Levin PM, Cossman DV, Lauterbach SR, Cohen JL, and Farber A. Early experience with radiofrequency ablation of the greater saphenous vein. Ann Vasc Surg 2004; 18: 42-47.
  • Lauterbach SR, Torres GA, Andros G, and Oblath RW. Infragenicular Polytetrafluoroethylene Bypass with Distal Vein Cuffs for Limb Salvage: A Contemporary Series. Arch Surg 2005; 140: 487-494.
  • Farber A, Long BM, Lauterbach SR, Bohannon T, and Siegel CL. Assessment of public knowledge about the scope of practice of vascular surgeons. J Vasc Surg 2010; 51: 771-775.

Presentation

  • Lauterbach SR. Early Results of Infragenicular Bypass Using Heparin-bonded Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) Grafts With Distal Vein Cuffs for Limb Salvage. Southern California Vascular Surgical Society, Ojai, CA. May 5, 2012.
  • Lauterbach SR. Interesting Management of Infectious and Occlusive Complications of Central Venous Access Ports: Report of 2 Cases. Southern California Vascular Surgical Society, Temecula, CA. May 7, 2006.
  • Lauterbach SR. Diagnosing Ischemia in the Diabetic Foot. International Diabetic Foot Conference (DFCON), Los Angeles, CA. March 24, 2006.
  • Lauterbach SR. Lower Extremity PTFE Bypass with a Distal Vein Cuff: A Contemporary Series. Western Surgical Society, Las Vegas, NV. November 10, 2004.
  • Lauterbach SR. Peripheral Vascular Surgery for Limb Salvage. KCI National Conference, Los Angeles, CA. October 30, 2004.
  • Lauterbach SR. Venous Surgery for Insufficiency and Ulceration. Sherman Oaks Hospital Staff Rounds. June, 2004.
  • Lauterbach SR. Contemporary Management of the Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center Medical Staff Rounds. January, 2004.
  • Lauterbach SR. Acute Aortic Dissection Presenting as Rupture of the Femoral Artery. Southern California Vascular Surgical Society, Carlsbad, CA. April 13, 2003.
  • Lauterbach SR. Contemporary Management of Aortic Branch Compromise Secondary to Acute Aortic Dissection. New England Society for Vascular Surgery, Boston, MA. October 5,2000.
  • Lauterbach SR. The Surgical Mentor. Surgical Grand Rounds, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY. May 22, 1999.
  • Lauterbach SR. Calorimetric and Infrared Spectroscopic Studies of the Effect of Cholesterol on the Calcium Binding Properties of Phospholipids. Senior Honors Thesis Presentation, Division of Sciences, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. May 25, 1990.

Committees

2007 – 2009 Medical Records Committee, Valley Presbyterian Hospital

2004 – 2009 Medical Education Tarzana Medical Center

1990 – 2015  Middlebury College Alumni Admissions Committee

Book Chapters:
1. Lauterbach SR, Torres G, Oblath R, and Andros G, Arterial Surgery for Wounds. In
Teot/Banwell/Ziegler (eds.) Surgery in Wounds 2004.
2.
Lauterbach SR, Macdonald NR, and Abbott WM, Noninvasive Vascular Measurements.
In Souba WW and Wilmore DW (eds.) Surgical Research, Academic Press, San Diego,
2001.

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