Current Fellows

Third-Year

Personal Bio

Mohanad Al-Qaisi, MD
Mohanad Al-Qaisi, MD

Medical School: University of Baghdad College of Medicine, Iraq
Residency: Maricopa Medical Center
Areas of Interest: I’m very passionate about the liver and patients with liver disease, and I have an interest in research involving cirrhotic patients with portal vein thrombosis. I am interested in a career as an academic Transplant Hepatologist.
Hobbies: I enjoy biking and running. I love playing and watching soccer with my two boys (By the way, I’m A BIG Real Madrid fan, Hala Madrid!)

Anam Omer, MD
Anam Omer, MD

Medical School: Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan
Residency: Houston Methodist Hospital 

Faruq Pradhan, MD
Faruq Pradhan, MD

Medical School: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Residency: Lahey Hospital and Medical Center
Areas of Interest: Quality improvement, cirrhosis, frailty, liver transplant
Hobbies: Hiking, skiing, travel

Second-Year

Personal Bio

Nael Haddad, MD
Nael Haddad, MD

Medical School: University of Jordan Faculty of Medicine, Jordan
Residency: Internal Medicine, University of Texas Health-San Antonio San Antonio

Paul Muna-Aguon, MD
Paul Muna-Aguon, MD

Medical School: University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
Residency: Internal Medicine, UA College of Medicine – Phoenix
Area of Interest: Advanced endoscopy 
Hobbies: International traveling, spending time with my family, playing with my daughters

Sakolwan Suchartlikitwong, MD
Sakolwan Suchartlikitwong, MD

Medical School: Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Medicine, Thailand
Residency: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Areas of Interest: Colon cancer screening, inflammatory bowel disease
Hobbies: Painting, kickboxing, hiking,  cooking and baking

 

First-Year

Personal Bio

Mahmoud Bayoumi, MD, MPH
Mahmoud Bayoumi, MD, MPH

Medical School: University of Cairo Faculty of Medicine

I was born and raised in Egypt and came to US during my final year of medical school. I participated in electives at UAB and University of Texas- San Antonio followed by an international medical consultant position in Johns Hopkins international office. I then moved to Memphis for my internal medicine residency at the University of Tennessee, during which I also finished a 2-year master's program in epidemiology and public health.

Kelly Zucker, DO

Kelly Zucker, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Areas of Interest: I have been interested in Gastroenterology for many years and love combination of clinical pathology and procedures. I am particularly interested in the field of hepatology, and possibly pursuing a transplant hepatology fellowship.
Hobbies: In my spare time, my hobbies include hiking, biking, board games and anything sci-fi related!

Brian Fung, MD
Brian Fung, MD

Medical School: University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine
Areas of Interest: One of the reasons why I chose to specialize in gastroenterology is because I believe that gastrointestinal health is a core component of one's overall health. Many gastrointestinal diseases, both mild and severe, can significantly impact our daily lives. I am grateful for the privilege of being in such an exciting and fast-growing field where I have the opportunity to meaningfully improve patients' quality of life.
Hobbies: Outside of medicine, I enjoy taking photos, playing the violin and piano, and solving jigsaw puzzles.