Associate Professor of Medicine
Nephrology and Hypertension

Associate Professor of Medicine

Professional Bio

Anthony James Langone, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension within the Department of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University where he graduated with honors. He completed his medical degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine and completed his residency at Baylor College of Medicine where he graduated AOA and with the McIntosh award, top resident honors. He completed general and renal transplantation fellowships at Vanderbilt, and was elected chief fellow in 2001.  

Dr. Langone’s clinical focus is on kidney and pancreas transplantation, amyloidosis and multiple myeloma. His research interests include ameliorating drug side effects and new drug and biomarker discovery. His professional activities include being an active member of the DCE Committee, the Nephrology Fellowship Clinical Competency Committee, a renal representative and founding member of the Vanderbilt Amyloidosis Multidisciplinary Program (VAMP), and the Medical Director of Medical Specialties Clinic. Dr. Langone is a Fellow of the American Society of Transplantation (FAST) and a member of the American Society of Nephrology (ASN). He is an active participant in multiple American Society of Transplantation Community of Practices (COPs).


MD - SUNY at Buffalo - 1996
Internship - and Residency IM - Baylor - 1999
Fellowship - Nephrology - Vanderbilt - 2001
Fellowship - Transplant Fellowship - Vanderbilt - 2002