MSc, MB, Ch.B, FRCPC, FACP
Dr. Alfred T. Lutterodt was born in Accra, Ghana on November 17, 1944. He attended the University of Ghana Medical School and graduated (MB, Ch.B) on July 1, 1971. He has a Master’s degree in Clinical Pharmacology from the University of Calgary, and he is certified in the specialty of Internal Medicine by both the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Lutterodt has practiced in Regina for nearly thirty years, during which he actively taught both medical students and residents of the University of Saskatchewan. He rose to the rank of Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. His area of interest is the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. He is currently involved in developing a pilot training program for medical and paramedical staff for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases in Accra.
Dr. Lutterodt’s hobbies include listening to music of all kinds and playing the organ. He is also very interested in world affairs. He is a keen supporter of the Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation and sits on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee for the organization. He is married to Dr. Helen Lutterodt, a family physician with whom he has two sons and a daughter.