Anne M. Larson M.D., FAASLD, AGAF, FACP

 Anne  M. Larson M.D., FAASLD, AGAF, FACP

Bio

Dr. Larson is the clinic chief of the UW Medicine/Northwest Hepatology Clinic and a UW clinical professor of medicine. She is a nationally recognized…

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Patient Care Philosophy

I believe that medical care should be a close collaboration between the physician and the patient. I enjoy caring for patients long term and creating relationships that benefit their health.

Personal Interests

Traveling, movies and playing my harp.

Clinical Interests

End stage liver disease; chronic viral hepatitis; metabolic liver disease; liver transplantation; palliative care in liver disease

Research Interests

Clinical research in viral hepatitis therapy

Education

InstitutionCredentialSpecialtyYear
UW - Division of GastroenterologyFellowshipTransplant Hepatology1997
Univ. of Calif. San DiegoFellowshipGastroenterology/Internal Medicine1996
UW - Division of General Internal MedicineResidencyInternal Medicine1994
UW - Division of General Internal MedicineInternshipInternal Medicine1992
Univ. of Washington, School of MedicineMedical education1991

Board Certifications

CertificationSpecialtyYear
American Board of Internal MedicineTransplant Hepatology2006
American Board of Internal MedicineGastroenterology1997
Dr. Larson is the clinic chief of the UW Medicine/Northwest Hepatology Clinic and a UW clinical professor of medicine. She is a nationally recognized clinician, researcher and lecturer, the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications, and is recognized as a leader in the field of hepatology.

Dr. Larson will be seeing all types of liver patients and has a strong interest in promoting customized treatment plans. This includes liver disease management, medical and surgical options and working closely with the UW liver transplant team.

Dr. Larson earned her bachelor’s degree, M.D and internal medicine residency training from the University of Washington. She completed her gastroenterology fellowship at the University of California San Diego, and returned to the University of Washington for her hepatology fellowship.

After nearly 11 years on the faculty at the University of Washington, she traveled to the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas, where she was the medical director of the Liver Transplantation Program and Clinical Hepatology. She returned to Seattle in 2011 and was the director of the Liver Center at Swedish Medical Center. 

She is board certified in gastroenterology and transplant hepatology. She is a fellow of the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease, American Gastroenterological Association, and the American College of Physicians. She is a member of the American Society of Transplantation.
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