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Mohamed A. Mohamed, MD,MS,MPH

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Mohamed A. Mohamed MD,MS,MPH Mohamed A. Mohamed MD,MS,MPH Mohamed A. Mohamed MD,MS,MPH

Specialties

Titles

  • Division Director | Associate Professor of Pediatrics and of Global Health | Attending Neonatologist
Medical Biography
Clinical Interests
  • Non-invasive respiratory management of the newborn
  • Conservative management of PDA in the newborn
  • Cost of care of the preterm infants
  • Neonatal and maternal health disparities
  • Perinatal Epidemiology
  • Global Health
  • Medical School
    • Ain Shams University School of Medicine
  • Residency
    • The Children's Regional Hospital of South Jersey
  • Fellowship
    • The New York Presbyterian Hospital
    • Weill Medical College of Cornell University
  • Residency
    • University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
Board Certified
  • Neonatology
  • Pediatrics
  • Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

Mohamed A. Mohamed, MD is director of the newborn services division and an attending neonatologist at The George Washington University. He serves as an associate professor of pediatrics at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and an associate professor of global health at the School of Public Health at The George Washington University. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Egypt in 1991 and completed a Masters of Sciences in Pediatrics in 1996. He moved to the US and completed his pediatrics residency at the Children’s Regional Hospital of South Jersey, UMDNJ. He obtained his American board certification in Pediatrics in 1999. After certification, he proceeded with advanced training in neonatology at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Medical College of Cornell University and obtained his board certification in Neonatal–Perinatal Medicine in 2003. In 2008, Dr. Mohamed completed his Masters in Public Health, with a focus on Global Health Policy & Programs from the George Washington University. Dr. Mohamed has been an attending neonatologist at the George Washington University Medical Center, newborn services department since 2003.

Dr. Mohamed is interested in improving the health outcomes of newborns and children. He has authored several publications in the field of neonatal epidemiology, neonatal mortalities, neonatal morbidities, and pregnancy outcomes. He teaches essentials of pediatrics & neonatal medicine to medical students, pediatric residents, and neonatal fellows. In addition, he teaches master of public health students the essence of epidemiological research and research methodology. He was funded through USDA to lead joint efforts with National Research Centre in Egypt to develop a research agenda to examine neonatal infections related mortality and morbidity in Egypt. His clinical excellence focuses on reducing neonatal morbidities related to chronic lung disease. He teaches and supervises medical staff using bubble continuous positive airway pressure in the care of the newborns with respiratory compromise and has co-directed the GW annual “Bubble CPAP and the non-invasive management of the newborn” conference since 2011. 

Selected Presentations

Jul 2010: El-Shatby Pediatrics Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt

  • “Neonatal ICU: 2009 Outcome Measures: review and discussion on how to improve quality and quantity of collected data.
  • “The Golden Hours in the Life of the Preterm Newborn: Interactive session on the care of preterm infants in the first 6 hours.
  • “Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension in the Newborn”

Apr 2011: Prince William Hospital - Maternal Child Services Grand Rounds

  • “Use of Bubble Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (BN-CPAP) in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)”

Dec 2012: Bubble CPAP and the Neonate – 2012 Annual Conference

  • “Initiation, maintenance, and weaning of CPAP”

Apr 2012: International Conference of Banha Children’s Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt

  • “Update on IVH: physiology, pathogenesis, prevention & management”
  •  “The Golden Hours in the Life of the Preterm Newborn”

Apr 2013: Neonatal Sepsis Related Mortality & Morbidity in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt

Joint conference of the George Washington University – Centre for Global Health and the Egyptian National Research Centre.

  • “Neonatal Sepsis Related Mortality & Morbidity, global perspectives”
  •  “Vertically transmitted infections, global perspectives”

May 2013: American Pediatric Society/Society of Pediatric Research, Washington, DC 2013

  • “Does Race/ethnicity Has an Influence on the Preferential Response of Newborn' Sex to Birth Asphyxia”

Oct 2014: The Regional DC/MD/VA Neonatal-Perinatal Symposium 2014, Washington, DC

  • “Limits of viability among extremely low birth weight infants”

Dec 2014: University of Virginia - Children’s Hospital, Charlottesville, VA

  • “From the lab to the bedside: clinical applications of bCPAP”

Sep 2015: GWU – Center for Practical Medicine Innovation, Washington, DC

  • “Use of health cost and utilization data in clinical outcomes research”

May 2015: American Pediatric Society/Society of Pediatric Research, San Diego, CA

  • “Racial disparity in the impact of depression on birth outcomes in pregnant teens”

May 2015: American Pediatric Society/Society of Pediatric Research, San Diego, CA

  • “Maternal inflammatory bowel diseases and adverse birth outcomes

May 2016: American Pediatric Society/Society of Pediatric Research, Baltimore, MD

  • “Conservative management of Patent Ductus Arteriosus – does it work?

Sep 2016: Niswonger Children’s Hospital, E. Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

  • “Critical strategies for a successful CPAP program at your NICU”

Dec 2016: Bubble CPAP & Non-Invasive Respiratory Management of the Newborn - 2016 Annual Conference, Washington, DC: “Bubble CPAP Clinicals”

Mar 2017: Holy Cross Hospitals: Ob/Gyn Grand Rounds, Silver Springs, MD

  • “Update on mortality and morbidities among extremely low birth weight infants”

May 2017: Washington Hospital Center: Neonatology Division, Washington, DC

  • “Update on mortality and morbidities among extremely low birth weight infants”

Oct 2017: INOVA Fairfax Children’s Hospital, Neonatology Division, Fairfax, VA: “Bubble CPAP And the Reduction of Chronic Lung Disease

Dec 2017: Bubble CPAP & Non-Invasive Respiratory Management of the Newborn - 2017 Annual Conference, DC: “Strategies for successful bCPAP management”              

Feb 2018: John Hopkins Children Center, Division of Neonatology: “History, physiology and reproducibility of Bubble CPAP”

Research

Principal investigator:

  • Review outcome data of infants and their mothers delivered at GWUMC in relation to their medical and demographic variables
  • Examine Nationwide  Inpatient Data Sample (NIS) and its pediatrics subversion (KID) for the effect of patients' demographic and clinical variables on their health and medical outcomes

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