Jafar Al-Mondhiry

Title(s)Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of Usc
Address1520 San Pablo St.
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA2021Hematology/Oncology Fellowship
    New York University, New York, NY2018Internal Medicine Residency
    New York University, New York, NYMD2015
    Penn State University, State College, PAMA2010Philosophy
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    American Society of Hematology2020Special Symposium on Quality - Invited Speaker
    Arnold P. Gold Foundation2018  - 2019Chapter Grant for Humanities Research
    Arnold P. Gold Foundation2017Gold Humanism Honors Society
    Penn State University2017Department of Philosophy Distinguished Alumni Award
    Society for Hospitalist Medicine2017Research Innovations Vignettes Poster Winner
    New York University School of Medicine2014  - 2015Rudin Fellowship in Humanistic Medicine
    VA New York Harbor Healthcare System2011Summer Ethics Intern, VA National Center for Ethics in Healthcare
    Penn State University2007  - 2010Schreyer Honors College

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    Jafar Al-Mondhiry, MD, MA, is a medical oncologist and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at USC Keck School of Medicine and USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.

    Dr. Al-Mondhiry completed medical school and internal medicine residency at NYU Grossman School of Medicine in New York City, where he found an early love of medical education, clinical ethics, and the medical humanities, working with the VA’s National Center for Ethics in Healthcare and completing original archival research in medical history. He completed fellowship training at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, during which he focused on palliative care integration and primary palliative care skill development for medical oncologists. His work continues on this path, helping to bridge the gap between specialist palliative care medicine and medical oncology for patients with cancer and their doctors.

    Clinically, Dr. Al-Mondhiry sees a wide variety of solid tumors, with a focus in lung cancers. He is a member of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the American College of Physicians (ACP), and the Gold Humanism Honor Society. He previously completed a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Pennsylvania State University.

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    1. Co-created Mobile Apps for Palliative Care using Community Partnered Participatory Research: Development and Usability Study. JMIR Formative Research (Preprint). 2021. Al-Mondhiry J, D’Ambruoso S, Pietras C, Strouse T, Benzeevi D, Arevian A, Wells KB. View Publication.
    2. Needs assessment of current palliative care education in U.S. hematology/oncology fellowship programs. Support Care Cancer. 2021 Aug; 29(8):4285-4293. Al-Mondhiry JH, Burkenroad AD, Zhang E, Pietras CJ, Mehta AK. PMID: 33411046.
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    3. Epoetin alfa-epbx: a new entrant into a crowded market. a historical review of the role of erythropoietin stimulating agents and the development of the first epoetin biosimilar in the United States. Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol. 2021 Jan; 14(1):1-8. Anand S, Al-Mondhiry J, Fischer K, Glaspy J. PMID: 33307871.
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    4. Hematologic Chaos in Lupus Flare: A Case of Fulminant and Simultaneous Antiphospholipid, Anti-ADAMTS13, and Red Blood Cell Autoantibodies. Case Rep Rheumatol. 2020; 2020:8812550. Al-Mondhiry J, Chen CY, Rosove MH. PMID: 33274103; PMCID: PMC7683143.
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    5. A Bit in the Teeth. The Healer’s Burden. 2020. Al-Mondhiry, J. View Publication.
    6. Disparities in Time to Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Patients with Hepatitis B Virus versus Hepatitis C Virus. Arch Cancer Res. 2017; 5(3):154. Wu J, Hochman T, Goldberg JD, Al-Mondhiry J, Perkins B, Giouriu I, Leichman L.
    7. Mental Pathologies at the Root of Modern Medical Training: Lessons from the Life of Professor William Stewart Halsted. Clinical Correlations. 2016. Al-Mondhiry, J. View Publication.
    8. Minding the Gap: Disparities and Opportunities in Colorectal Cancer Screening in the United States. Journal of Cancer Prevention & Current Research. 2016; 5(6):00186. Al-Mondhiry J, Wu J. View Publication.
    9. Gastric Cancer: Focus on Epidemiology, Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment: A Global Overview. In Jasmeet Bhullar (Ed.), Gastric Cancer: Risk Factors, Treatment and Clinical Outcomes. 23-56. Mo L, Al-Mondhiry J, Wu J.
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