OHSU

Dr. David Kagen

David Kagen MDDavid Kagen, MD

3rd Year Medicine Clerkship Program
Assistant Professor of Medicine
OHSU Department of Medicine

Degrees:

1996-2000 Doctor of Medicine, magna cum laude
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

1992-1996 Bachelor of Science, Psychology, magna cum laude
Duke University
Durham, NC

Residency:

2000-2003 Internal Medicine Residency
Oregon Health & Science University

Research Experience:

  • 2007- present Clinical Investigator, NIH/NIDDK 1R21-DK079283-01
  • Noninvasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Using Otoacoustic Emissions
  • 2007- present Investigator, Unfunded Study “Internal Medicine Evaluation Project”
  • 1995-1997 Baltimore VA Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
  • Studied the roles of growth factors in the urine in the development of and response to bladder epithelial injury seen in interstitial cystitis
  • 1994 University of Maryland Medical System, Baltimore, MD
  • Examined growth factor expression in rat models of renal injury and regeneration

Representative Publications:


Keay S, Zhang C-O, Kagen DI, et al, “Concentrations of Specific Epithelial Growth Factors in the Urine of Interstitial Cystitis Patients and Controls,” Journal of Urology 1997, 158: 1983-1988.

 

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