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Jeffrey E Shogan MD

Class of 1971

Posted on: 2/11/2010 2:37:31 PM

SHOGAN JEFFREY E., MD Age 56, of Murrysville, formerly of Monroeville, suddenly on Saturday, January 9, 2010. Beloved husband of the Honorable Jacqueline (Ouzts) Shogan. Wonderful son of Andrew L. and the late Anne R. (Zupon) Shogan; loving father of Alyson L. Shogan, Jeffrey C. Shogan, and Jack E. Shogan; brother of Andrew W. (Jo Ann) Shogan; son-in-law of Arline G. Ouzts; brother-in-law of Carlton (Anne) Ouzts, and Dwight (Linda) Ouzts; uncle of Andrew J. (Katie) Shogan, Jonathan C. Shogan, Alex J. Shogan, and Derrick C. Ouzts. Dr. Shogan was the Director and Chief Business Officer at the UPMC Cancer Centers, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He was educated as an under- graduate at Yale University. After two years with the Peace Corps in Thailand and one year with TCOM (Telecommunications subsidiary of Westinghouse) in Nigeria, he completed an internal medicine residency at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He served as Chief Medical Resident at UPMC and went on to complete a fellowship in oncology at Duke University Medical Center. Post fellowship, he remained at Duke for one year on faculty within the Bone Marrow Transplant Program. He then returned to Pittsburgh where he founded and directed the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Allegheny General Hospital. During this period, he co-managed a private practice group which grew to approximately 30 physicians seeing over 12,500 new patients a year. In 2000, the group merged into UPMC creating one of the largest cancer care networks in the United States. Dr. Shogan published in numerous major medical journals, held various teaching positions, and remained active in clinical research. Dr. Shogan was also active in his community and was recently inducted into the Gateway Sports Hall of Fame. Most importantly, he loved his family and cherished the time he spent with them.
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