I’m Bradley Langford and I was born in Little Rock, AR, but moved to Owensboro, KY at 10 months old where I was raised. I received my undergraduate degree at Western Kentucky University. While finishing up at WKU and applying to medical schools I met my now wife, Ashley, at a wedding where my best friend was marrying her best friend. She and I ended up married a year later in 2015! She was already teaching in Indy and I was lucky enough to be accepted at Marian, which worked out perfectly. Together we love playing tennis (even though she always wins), being outdoors (super excited about being close to Lake Michigan!) and reading good books. We can’t wait for the adventure that awaits us these next three years in South Bend!
I hope to use my medical knowledge in underserved areas, especially abroad, and feel that I needed a very comprehensive program. After all of my interviews I felt that Memorial provided the best full-spectrum training and global health opportunities that would allow me to go anywhere and help a wide variety of people. The interview day also felt smooth and personal. All of the faculty and residents were welcoming and seemed like great people who I could have fun learning from and working with for the next three years. I could tell they would push me to be the best I can be. I’m so thankful for the opportunity to continue my training at Memorial!
When we are able to get away for a bit, Ashley and I love sports, reading, traveling, hiking and trying new restaurants.