Jason L. Dragoo, MD

Sports medicine surgeon

Sports Medicine Clinic

Professional Education

  • Medical Education: University of Arizona College of Medicine Office of the Registrar (1998) AZ
  • Fellowship: Steadman Hawkins Sports Clinic Fellowship Training (2005) CO
  • Residency: UCLA Health Sciences (2004) CA
  • Board Certification: Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (2010)
  • Subspecialty Certification, Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (2011)
  • Board Certification: Orthopaedic Surgery, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (2007)
  • Internship: UCLA Health Sciences (1999) CA
  • MD, Steadman-Hawkins Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine (2005)
  • MD, UCLA, Orthopaedic Surgery (2004)
  • MD, University of Arizona, Medicine (1998)

Honors & Awards

  • Aventis Orthopaedic Research Scholarship, UCLA Department of Orthopaedics (2002)
  • Basic Science Manuscript Award Smith and Nephew National Research Awards Conference, Smith and Nephew (2002)
  • Basic Science Research Award, Smith and Nephew (2006)
  • Bernard Revsin Scholarship Award for Academic Excellence, University of Arizona College of Medicine (1998)
  • Best and Brightest: Current Research in Surgery. Award-Winning Studies by California Surgeons, American College of Surgeons (2001)
  • Bone and Joint Decade Young Investigator Award, Bone and Joint Decade (2006)
  • InScope Orthopeadic Research Grant, Innovative Scientific Centers of Orthopaedic Excellence Orthopaedic (2005)
  • Investigation of treatments for osteochondral defects in children-Educational Grant, Shriners Hospital System for Children (2003)
  • Junior Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, University of Arizona College of Medicine (1996)
  • Listed in "Top US Orthopeadic Surgeons in Sports Medicine", Consumers Research Council of America (2008)
  • McGraw-Hill Award-Top Medical Student in the basic sciences, University of Arizona College of Medicine (1996)
  • North American representative for Scientific Exchange with Europe, AOSSM/ESSKA (2008)
  • Orthopaedic Hospital Research Award, California Orthopaedic Association (2002)
  • Top 70 Best Knee Surgeons in America, Becker's Hospital Review (2010)
  • University of Arizona Foundation Top Medical Student at Graduation, University of Arizona College of Medicine (1998)
  • US Olympic Committee Level III Physician, Volunteer Services, US Olympic Committee (2010-curr)
  • US Ski Team Physician, United States Ski and Snowboard Association (2005-curr)
  • Zimmer Research Award, American Orthopaedic Association (2001)
  • Zimmer Research Award, American Orthopaedic Association (2002)

Administrative Appointments

  • Head, Team Physician, Stanford Football Program (2007 - Present)
  • Team Physician, Stanford Athletic Department (2005 - Present)

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