Talal MRH Al-Qaoud, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
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Talal Al-Qaoud, M.D. is an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from The University of Manchester, UK, and following his internship year, he completed a Masters Degree in Epidemiology at University College London, UK. He completed general surgery training in Kuwait, and a Urology residency at McGill University, Canada. During that period, Dr. Al-Qaoud obtained further training in genitourinary oncology, urinary diversions and reconstruction in Egypt and South Africa. He was part of the team that performed the world’s first successful penile allotransplant in Cape Town, SA.
Dr Al-Qaoud then completed two years of sub-specialty training in Kidney, Liver, and Pancreas transplantation at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He specializes in Kidney and Pancreas transplantation, laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, and transplant urology. He has special interest in Renal Cell Carcinoma in transplant and dialysis patients, locally advanced Renal/Adrenal tumors with caval tumor thrombus, and renal autotransplantation for renovascular disease and trauma. His research interests include pancreas transplantation outcomes, and urologic complications and oncology in the renal transplant population.
Language(s): French; Arabic
University of Maryland Medical Center
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University of Manchester England, 2008
Ministry of Health, Kuwait, 2011
McGill University Faculty of Medicine, 2016
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics - Surgery - Abdominal Transplant, 2018