Scott C. Kogan, MD
Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine, UCSF
I am a Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California San Francisco. I am a board-certified hematopathologist with 24 years in active practice diagnosing lymphomas, leukemias, and other hematologic disorders. As a past chair of the Hematopathology subcommittee of the National Cancer Institute’s Mouse Models of Human Cancers Consortium, I am an internationally recognized expert in the characterization and classification of hematopoietic neoplasms in mice as well as in humans. I am also a noted researcher in the molecular pathogenesis of leukemia, including in the initiation of leukemia by genetic changes. My hematopathology training and research background combine to facilitate consultations and collaborations with investigators at UCSF, nationally, and internationally. I use my expertise and experience in pathology and laboratory medicine to direct the Histology and Biomarker Core of the UCSF HDFCCC.
Harvard College, Cambridge, MA, A.B., 1986, Biochemical Sciences
University of California San Francisco, M.D., 1991, Medicine
Laboratory Medicine Residency, UCSF, 1991-1993, Laboratory Medicine
Hematopathology Fellowship, UCSF, 1997-1998, Hematopathology