Alexander Jordan, MD
Medical Oncology Fellow/Postdoctoral Researcher
Alexander Jordan is a fellow in the Dana-Farber/Mass General Brigham medical oncology fellowship program and a postdoctoral researcher at DFCI. He obtained his MD at the University of Pennsylvania in 2017, where he conducted computational research on T-cell fitness and B-cell clonality in PDAC patients under the direction of Dr. Gregory Beatty. He then completed his medical residency and chief residency at New York University School of Medicine in 2021.
Alexander is currently interested in studying how the composition of the tumor microenvironment leads to therapeutic resistance in PDAC patients via computational analysis of digital-spatial profiling data. He is also a member of the Wolpin-Nowak and Van Allen labs at DFCI. Additionally, Alexander cares for patients with gastrointestinal malignancies in clinic at DFCI once per week. When Alexander is not working, he enjoys watching sports, traveling, and exploring the Boston area.