Anne Langguth, M.D. was raised in Iowa City and aspired to become a physician from an early age—crafting her own white coat from one of her father’s white dress shirts and designing her own medical school diploma. Dr. Langguth is the first board-certified pediatric ophthalmologist to serve the Cedar Rapids community, which allows her to draw upon her interests and skills as a patient educator, advocate, clinician and surgeon to provide sight-saving care for children and families. Anne received her B.A. from Harvard University, M.D. from the University of Iowa, and furthered her training at New York University and Northwestern University. At Wolfe Eye Clinic, Anne promotes access to care for patients and advancing the profession of medicine. She has twice been elected to the Iowa Medical Society Board of Directors and is a member of Iowa’s delegation to the American Medical Association. Free time interests include (slowly) running long distances, playing music, and time with her husband, daughter, and two step-sons.