al-omran
Mohammed Al-OmranMD, MSc, FRCSC
Professor
Vascular Surgery

Contact Info

T. (416) 864-5459
F. (416) 864-6012

Location

St. Michael's Hospital
30 Bond St
7th floor, Rm. 7-074
Toronto
ON, M5M 2M9

Clinical Interests

Carotid surgery, open and endovascular intervention for peripheral arterial disease, vascular thoracic outlet syndrome, open and endovascular aneurysm repair.

Accepting

None

Biography:

Dr. Mohammed Al-Omran is Professor of Surgery at University of Toronto and King Saud University and Chief of Vascular Surgery Division at St Michael’s Hospital.  He obtained his medical degree from King Saud University and completed his general and vascular surgery training at University of Toronto. During his surgical training he completed a Master of Science (MSc) in Clinical Epidemiology and Health Outcomes research. After the completion of surgical training, Dr. Al-Omran returned to Saudi Arabia and worked at King Saud University and its affiliated hospitals for 8 years where he was assigned clinical and academic duties and was involved in the major projects of restructuring King Saud University. Dr. Al-Omran was recruited by St Michael’s Hospital and University of Toronto and returned back to Toronto in 2013 as the head of Vascular Surgery Division. 

Dr. Al-Omran is a clinician investigator and currently appointed as a Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael’s Hospital. Dr. Al-Omran has published widely in peer-reviewed journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, Circulation and the Journal of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Al-Omran has been the recipient of several teaching and research awards.

Academic Interests:

-      Atherosclerosis bench to bedside with special interest in peripheral arterial disease

-      Health services research

-      Knowledge translation

Education:

 

Institution

Credential

Year

King Saud University

MBBS

1995

University of Toronto

MSc (Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research)

2001

University of Toronto

General Surgery Residency

2003

University of Toronto

Vascular Surgery Fellowship

2005

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