Jason Dragoo, MD
Head Team Physician, Stanford Football
Jason L. Dragoo, MD is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University. He specializes in Sports and Regenerative Medicine and is currently serves as the Head Team Physician for the Stanford Football Program and serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the PAC 12 Conference Health and Wellness Committee and the newly formed Biologics Alliance, which is a multi-subspecialty national society for Biologics. He is also a team physician for numerous elite athletic associations including the US Ski Team, US Olympic Committee and Stanford University Athletics. He is also active member of the AAOS Biologics and Regenerative Medicine Committee, the AANA Education Committee and the AOSSM Team Physician Committee.
His basic science and clinical research have led to many advances in the use of biologics to augment tissue healing including: 1) investigations on new formulations and applications platelet rich plasma (PRP) and autologous growth factors, 2) cartilage regeneration using adult adipose-derived stem cells, and 3) the development of 2nd generation methods, using autologous blood products, for tissue repair. He currently has 6 active NIH/DOD grants, has published 3 textbooks, authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles and is the Director of the Stanford Tissue Regeneration Laboratory.