Phone Number : 847-723-8030
Education / Awards
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
|Undergraduate||Brown University, Providence, RI|
|Medical degree||Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, RI|
|Internship||MacNeal Hospital, University of Chicago affiliate, Berwyn, IL|
|Residency||Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard, Boston, MA|
Radiation Oncology (American Board of Radiology)
- Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Maryland, 2006-2009
- Clinical Adjunct Professor, Department of Oncology, University of TX Medical School, 2010-2012
Dr. Mohiuddin is the Medical Director of and primarily practices at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. He is Board Certified in Radiation Oncology. He was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Brown University. He received his medical degree from Brown University Medical School and completed his radiation oncology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He also trained in brachytherapy at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard.
Following his residency, Dr. Mohiuddin was an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland in Baltimore for three years, specializing in breast and gynecological malignancies. He was in private practice in Houston with Northwest Radiation Oncology and a clinical adjunct professor at the University of Texas before joining ROCL in August 2012.
He has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and received several research awards. He has been an invited speaker at the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO), and the US Food and Drug Agency (FDA). He has lectured nationally on behalf of Varian Medical Systems. He has experience with Varian IMRT (RapidArc), stereotactic modalities including CyberKnife, and proton therapy. He has also published poetry about the cancer experience. Dr. Mohiuddin also has an interest in global oncology, and he traveled to Senegal in April 2013 as an expert to train doctors in high-dose rate (HDR) gyncecological brachytherapy. The non-profit medical mission brought equipment that would allow definitive radiation treatment for the first time and a chance for cure in cervical cancer at the only radiation facility in Western Africa, Hospital Aristide Le Dantec, servicing a population of 20 million in 5 countries: Senegal, Mali, Gambia, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau.
Dr. Mohiuddin is happily married, prompting his move to Chicago where they both have extensive family roots. In his spare time, he enjoys creative writing, tennis, and the outdoors.
When asked why he chose Radiation Oncology, he states: “my patients’ stories move me deeply; I want to help them (and myself) understand some of life’s vicissitudes while offering a solution in the form of technologically advanced and compassionate care.”