Mohammad El-Ghanem

Assistant Professor, Medical Imaging (Clinical Scholar Track)
Assistant Professor, Neurology (Clinical Scholar Track)

Dr. El-Ghanem specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of carotid disease, brain aneurysm, stroke, head and neck tumors and vascular malformations in the brain. He is experienced in a number of minimally invasive, catheter-based procedures to treat these afflictions.

Dr. El-Ghanem joined the faculty of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson as an assistant professor of neurology and medical imaging. He came to Tucson from the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School where he completed a residency in neurology and a fellowship in Neuroendovascular surgery / interventional neuroradiology.  He also completed a vascular neurosurgery fellowship at the Hershey Medical Center at Pennsylvania State University. His medical degree is from the Jordan University of Sciences and Technology in  Jordan.

Dr. El-Ghanem will serve as Banner – UMC Tucson’s neuroendovascular surgery and vascular neurology attending physician and he will also see patients at Banner – University Medicine North.