Dr. Mokadam is the co-director of heart transplantation and the program director for mechanical circulatory support (ventricular assist devices) at UW Medical Center. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.
Dr. Mokadam has interests in minimally invasive cardiac surgery, off-pump coronary artery bypass, endovascular aortic surgery, percutaneous valve surgery and complex mitral valve surgery, in addition to his dedication to the heart transplant and ventricular assist device programs.
Patient Care Philosophy
Dr. Mokadam develops partnerships with his patients in order to effectively provide the highest level of surgical therapy for the heart.
Heart transplant; mechanical circulatory support (LVAD & TAH); aortic root reconstruction; transcatheter valves; valvular heart disease; coronary revascularization.
Cardiac surgery simulation; outcomes research; surgical education; stem cell therapy; ischemia/reperfusion injury.
|Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine||Medical education||1998|
|UW - Dept. of Cardiothoracic Surgery||Residency|
|MD||Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine||1998|
|American Board of Surgery||General Surgery||2006|
|American Board of Thoracic Surgery||Thoracic Surgery||2008|