Ian S. Hagemann, MD, PhD
Dr. Ian S. Hagemann is an assistant professor of pathology and immunology and of obstetrics and gynecology with special interests in gynecologic, soft tissue, and molecular pathology.
Originally from Northern Virginia, he received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Princeton and is a proud graduate of the Medical Scientist Training Program at Washington University. He served as resident and chief resident in anatomic pathology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, then returned to St. Louis to complete fellowships in surgical and molecular genetic pathology at Washington University before joining the faculty.
His primary clinical activity is as a surgical pathologist. He is an associate medical director of Genomics and Pathology @WUSTL (clinical next-generation sequencing facility) and is the associate director of the Selective (Surgical) Pathology fellowship program. His research interests are in the epigenetic basis of gynecologic cancers and in the implementation of next-generation sequencing for clinical diagnostics. Medical students at Washington University and pathology residents at the University of Pennsylvania have selected him for several teaching awards. He and his wife, a gynecologic oncologist, have two young children.