MOUEN A KHASHAB, M.D.
Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy
Associate Professor of Medicine
John Hopkins Hospital
United States of America
Expertise: Interventional Endoscopy, Submucosal endoscopy/POEM, ERCP, Interventional EUS, EMR/ESD
Research Interests: POEM, Interventional EUS, Endoscopic innovations
Dr Mouen Khashab is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital and is the Director of Therapeutic Endoscopy in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Johns Hopkins. His is nationally and internationally known in the field of interventional endoscopy and has contributed immensely in recent years to the advancement of interventional endoscopy as a minimally invasive means to treat various gastrointestinal and pancreaticobilary disorders. He is also a very busy researcher and has been very industrious in the field.
Dr Khashab is a highly-sought after speaker at national and international conferences and has participated in multiple live endoscopy conferences. His major interest is in new technology and medical devices and he directs the animal research laboratory at Hopkins, which is dedicated for these purposes. Dr. Khashab is involved with the multiple gastrointestinal societies and currently is a member of the Standards of Practice Committee of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), which is in charge of formulating practice guidelines for the practice of endoscopy. Dr Khashab has also been appointed as an associate editor for the journal Endoscopy, a premier journal in the field.
Dr Khashab completed his medical school at the American University of Beirut and subsequently completed residency in internal medicine and fellowship in Gastroenterology at Indiana University. He then completed a 2-year fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital before he joined the Hopkins Faculty in 2011.