Dr. Loudon received his medical degree from University of Texas at Houston and his Ph.D. in Cancer Biology from University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Loudon performed his pediatric neurosurgical residency at Medical College of Virginia and his post-doctoral fellowship at Massey Cancer Institute/ Medical College of Virginia. Dr. Loudon completed his pediatric neurosurgery fellowship at University of Pennsylvania/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Loudon’s expertise is in brain tumors and currently works with the CHOC Neuroscience and CHOC Cancer Institute in the development of the brain tumor program.
Dr. Loudon is dedicated to the advancement of pediatric neuroscience. His past and present research has included studies investigating molecular characterization and novel therapeutic approaches for CNS malignancy, cancer stem cell biology, and regenerative medicine. He also has a patent pending on novel ex vivo 3-dimensional culture system for stem cell research.