Ian S. Hagemann, MD, PhD
Assistant Dean for Admissions; Associate Professor Pathology and Immunology; Obstetrics and Gynecology
Ian S. Hagemann, MD, PhD, is associate professor of pathology & immunology and of obstetrics & gynecology, with interests in gynecologic, breast and molecular pathology. He grew up in northern Virginia and in Paris, France, and earned his undergraduate degree at Princeton. He has had several roles at Washington University: MSTP student, clinical fellow, faculty member, and Assistant Dean for Admissions.
His primary clinical activity is as a surgical pathologist. In the medical school, he leads the Genetics and Genomics Thread and teaches in all three phases of the Gateway Curriculum. In 2020-2022, he was a Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Teaching Fellow. His research interests are in 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. His wife, Andrea Hagemann, MD, MSCI, is also a member of the faculty and of the Committee on Admissions.