Maroun Miled Abou-Jaoude
Professor of surgery
Lebanese University, Lebanon
Born in Lebanon Nov, 17, 1960 Graduated in medicine from St-Joseph University - Lebanon 1984, than trained in General Surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery and Multi-Organ Transplant Surgery in Canada FRCS©, FACS, FICS and American board of Surgery Professor of surgery at both the Lebanese University and Balamand,University - Lebanon Hold a total of 13 international and 3 national degrees and diplomas. Recipient of 8 national and international awards Member of more than 26 international and national academic and professional societies and member of the editorial board of “International Surgery” Journal Scientific achievements: More than 45 scientific publications, 2 book reviews, more than 100 medical abstracts and more than 130 medical presentations in national and international medical meetings Involved as a Fellow in London, Canada, in performing the first successful combined liver-small bowel transplantation in the worldNovember 1988 I succeeded to perform the first living-related lung transplant in the Middle-East August 1997 at St-Georges Hospital, Beirut,Lebanon combined Lebanese-French team. I succeeded to perform the first combined Kidney-Pancreas transplant in Lebanon November 1999 at St-Georges Hospital, Beirut, Lebanon.
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