Dr. Lodge-Rigal is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He is located on the Bloomington regional campus. In addition to teaching medical students on the Bloomington campus, Dr. Lodge-Rigal also participates in statewide undergraduate medical education course development and implementation, and serves on the statewide Foundational Component Committee. Locally, he is also developing a course in pathophysiology for Indiana University undergraduate and graduate students.
Dr. Lodge-Rigal practiced pathology at the Bloomington Hospital (IU Health-Bloomington) for 22 years prior to becoming full time faculty for the School of Medicine. Currently he is a lecturer and facilitator in many of the Phase I IUSM medical school courses, directs a 4th year elective on Team Based Learning, and serves as the Co-Statewide Director and Bloomington Site director of the GI and Nutrition UDOS, and Bloomington Site Director for Endocrine/Reproductive Biology UDOS. Other IUSM activities have included assisting with development and implementation of a curriculum in Health Systems Science, and development of a curricular thread on Disabilities. This spring (2019) Dr. Lodge-Rigal will attend a training in Mind Body Medicine through Georgetown University, with plans to co-teach a Mind Body Medicine course in Bloomington in the fall.
Dr. Lodge-Rigal has also been active in service to the Bloomington community, where he has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations, including Shalom Community Center, Volunteers in Medicine, and Stone Belt Arc. He also actively participates in the Bloomington arts community as an accomplished musician and multi-instrumentalist.