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Dr. Mohammad Madhoun completed his medical degree at the Jordan University of Sciences and Technology in 2003, followed by the completion of an internship at the Princess Basma Hospital in Irbid, Jordan and a transitional residency year at the King Hussein Cancer Center in Amman, Jordan.   In 2005, he came to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center to complete a residency program in Internal Medicine before applying for a fellowship position in the Digestive Diseases and Nutrition Section of Internal Medicine on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus. In July 2011, Dr. Mohammad Madhoun was presented the Richard F. Harty, M.D., Gastroenterology Fellow Award for Outstanding Fellow in Gastroenterology upon his completion of the GI Fellowship program in Digestive Diseases and Nutrition here at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.  Further, Dr. Madhoun had several other accomplishments during his fellowship program.  He completed a Master of Science in Clinical Translational Sciences, and due to his academic excellence and his leadership record, was elected to membership to both the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and the Delta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lamda.  Dr. Madhoun, was selected for the inaugural American College of Gastroenterology "Smaller Programs" Clinical Research Award for his research grant entitled, "Cancer Stem Cell Markers in Hepatocellular Carcinoma".    Dr. Madhoun currently serves as Site Investigator for a VA Cooperative Study, Colonoscopy vs. Fecal Immunochemical Test in Reducing Mortality from Colorectal Cancer, a comparative effectiveness study of the screening colonoscopy for colorectal cancer or the annual stool testing with a Fecal Immunochemical Test. He also serves as principal investigator for the randomized clinical trial involving different bowel preparations in diabetic patients. Dr. Madhoun published more than 30 manuscripts and abstracts, and serves as a research mentor for many Gastroenterology fellows and Internal Medicine residents.  He received multiple teaching awards from the section of Gastroenterology. Recently, he was inducted to the Academy of Teaching Scholars at the University of Oklahoma. Nationally, he served as a member of Research Committee of The American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.