Thomas Jagoe


Director, McGill Cancer Nutrition-Rehabilitation Program
Assistant Professor Departments of Oncology and Medicine, McGill University
Attending Physician, Sir Mortimer B.Davis-Jewish General Hospital
Attending Physician, McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)

Medical School

University of Cambridge, UK


St Mary's Hospital, London
City Hospital Nottingham, UK


Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne UK
Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School

Clinical Specialties

Pulmonary Medicine

Research Interests

Muscle wasting; Cancer cachexia

Thomas Jagoe trained in Pulmonary medicine in the UK and has worked as a specialist in this field in Liverpool 2002-2007. He holds a PhD from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where he pursued clinical and laboratory-based studies of the nutritional effects of early lung cancer. Dr Jagoe's post-doctoral scientific training focused on mechanisms of muscle wasting in the laboratory of Dr Alfred Goldberg, Harvard Medical School, and were supported by the award of a Fulbright Cancer Research Fellowship. His current research interests include the application of genomic techniques to study adaptations in human muscle wasting, and the development of models to study the muscle responses to combinations of exercise, hypoxia and oxidative stress.

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