Dr. Gagan grew up in Connecticut, and did both his undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Virginia. He trained in clinical pathology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where he also completed a fellowship in Molecular and Genetic Pathology. He joined the faculty at UTSW as an Assistant Professor in July 2018. He is the Associate Medical Director of the Next Generation Sequencing Lab. His clinical and investigational interests center around making Molecular Pathology data more accessible by utilizing informatics and modern front end design principles. He is also interested in developing clinical cell-free DNA assays and applying machine learning to diagnostics. He has served on the Training and Education Committee and Economic Affairs Committee of the Association for Molecular Pathology. Dr. Gagan is board certified in Clinical Pathology and Molecular Genetic Pathology.
Gray SW, Gagan J, Cerami E, Cronin A, Uno H, Oliver N, Lowenstein C, Lederman R, Revette A, Suarez A, Lee C, Bryan J, Sholl L, Van Allen EM. Interactive or static reports to guide clinical interpretation of cancer genomics. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2018
Gagan J, Van Allen EM. Next-generation sequencing to guide cancer therapy. Genome Med. 2015