Dr. Gordon Myers received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Richmond. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed his residency the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in Pediatrics. During his residency, he received the Intern of the Year award. After that, he entered a combined adult and pediatric fellowship in allergy and immunology at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. During his time there, he focused on his passions of immunodeficiency and food allergy.
Dr. Gordon is board certified in allergy and immunology and in pediatrics.
After completing his education, Dr. Gordon, known Dr. G, returned home to join Cincinnati Allergy & Asthma Center as part of the third generation of allergists. Since his return, he has provided oral immunotherapy (OIT) to our peanut allergic patients and treats patients with recurrent infections. As an allergy and asthma sufferer himself, he remains committed to the practice of evidence-based medicine with an emphasis on patient-centered care and shared decision making.
Currently, he lives in Anderson with his wife and two sons. On the weekends, you can typically find him listening to The Rolling Stones, cycling Tower Park and exploring all the local playgrounds with his family.
LSU Health Sciences Center – New Orleans, June 2018 – Present
Case series of retrospective patients were evaluated for progression of antibody defects. Patients were selected who were initially diagnosed with specific antibody defect only to develop into various primary immune deficiencies.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Fall 2014 – Spring 2016
Worked with a small group of physicians who analyze the statistical significance in the number of acute asthma exacerbations subsequently leading to a decrease in hospital admissions after the initiation of the Flow-Vu Aero Chamber in the Emergency Department.
Publications and Presentations
JMC – LAPIN Presentation: Fall 2017
Presented the case of a patient with Hyper IgE Syndrome who developed pneumatocoeles, underwent a partial lobectomy, multiple drug challenges at the statewide conference that focused on Pulmonary manifestations in Primary immunodeficiencies.
Louisiana State Allergy Asthma Immunology Society: Summer 2018
Presented the novel case of a patient with Ataxia Telengiectasia with two novel premature stop codons that led to rapid ataxia and neurologic decline.
JMC – LAPIN Presentation: Fall 2018
Presented the case of an infant who was diagnosed with ADA deficient Severe Combined Immunodeficiency.
American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology: Fall 2018
Poster presentation on a novel case of a patient with Ataxia Telengiectasia with two novel premature stop codons that led to rapid ataxia and neurologic decline.
American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology: Spring 2019
Poster presentation on a case series of retrospective patients were evaluated for progression of antibody defects. Patients were selected who were initially diagnosed with specific antibody defect only to develop into various primary immune deficiencies.
Allergic Fungal Sinusitis: An 18-year-old male with progressive headaches and right eye proptosis. N. Rezaei (Ed.), Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology: A Case Based Collection With Multiple Choice Questions. Springer 2018. [In Press].