Associate Professor of Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine
Dr. Mohammad Al-Haddad is a board certified gastroenterologist with clinical and research expertise in endosonography and novel therapeutic endoscopy procedures. Dr. Al-Haddad completed his medical residency at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and his gastroenterology fellowship at Mayo Clinic Florida. He is currently Associate Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine where he also serves as Associate Clinical Director, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. In the last 2 years, Dr. Al-Haddad has helped establish the Medical and Endoscopic Weight Loss Program at Indiana University School of Medicine, a multidisciplinary program providing a spectrum of endoscopic and medical weight loss options. Additionally, he helped grow the recently founded innovative endoscopy program which currently offers a variety of novel therapeutic procedures including per oral esophageal and gastric myotomy, endoscopic submucosal dissection; and various applications of full thickness endoscopic suturing among several other novel procedures. Dr. Al-Haddad’s other clinical and research interests include the management of cystic lesions of the pancreas, and applications of endosonography in cancer staging and tissue acquisition. He has authored over 130 papers in peer reviewed medical literature, 11 book chapters, and presented over 150 abstracts and lectures at national and international conferences. Dr. Al-Haddad earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Research from Indiana University/ Regenstrief Health Science Institute and was the recipient of several research and career development grants. For the last 12 years, Dr. Al-Haddad has been an active member of the 3 main gastroenterological societies where he served on multiple committees and has been invited to speak and moderate at their annual scientific meetings. Dr. Al-Haddad became a Fellow of ASGE in 2012, a Fellow of ACG in 2014, and a Fellow of AGA in 2016.
Monday, October 28
1:55 PM – 3:05 PM