Dr. Lisa Jagan MD
Dr. Lisa Jagan obtained her Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at McMaster University before heading to Queen's University where she completed her Medical Degree, Residency in Ophthalmology, and a Fellowship in Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She has received numerous academic awards including the John Franklin Kidd Medicine Award, the Avi Wallerstein Award in Ophthalmology, the PARO Resident Teaching Award (Queen’s University), the Student Vision Canada Research Award (McGill University), and the Farncombe Student Research Scholarship and University Senate Scholarship (McMaster University).
While in Kingston, she held a term appointment operating at the Kingston Health Sciences Centre, affiliated with the Queen’s University Ophthalmology Department, before moving to Toronto.
She has a special interest in medical education and has authored a number of scientific papers in the field. This includes work funded by the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization (SEAMO) Endowed Scholarship program to validate a simulated eye model that surgeons can practice on in order to refine their procedural skills and learn new techniques. She has also been awarded a Queen's University Open Education Resources grant to co-author an oculoplastic procedural textbook for novice surgeons.
Dr. Lisa Jagan's surgical expertise in oculoplastics can be more plainly described as plastic surgery for the eyelids. Her surgical philosophy centers on creating a refreshed but natural outcome.