Dr. Orringer’s expertise in dyslipidemia has been developed over nearly four decades of medical practice. After completing his residency at Jackson, he spent two years in a cardiology fellowship at what was Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, before directing the coronary care unit and cardiac rehabilitation program at the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans. In 1986, Orringer joined the faculty at the University of Michigan Medical Center, where he developed and directed the preventive cardiology program and was active in patient care, hyperlipidemia-related clinical research and community outreach programs in cardiovascular health. In 1992, he moved to Cleveland, where he developed a community-based preventive cardiology program for University Hospitals Case Medical Center. In 2009, he joined the full-time academic faculty as associate professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University, where he held the Harrington Chair in Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine. Dr. Orringer is a member of an expert panel at the National Lipid Association, which has developed a new consensus document providing patient-centered recommendations for the management of individuals with lipid disorders.