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Salam selected for 2022-2023 Teaching Scholars Program cohort

On June 22, Maamoun Salam, MD was accepted into the Washington University School of Medicine 2022-2023 Teaching Scholars Program cohort.

The 12-month certificate program is meant to develop future leaders in healthcare education by enhancing their knowledge and skills, and focusing on core components of educational scholarship and curriculum development.

Dr. Salam began his medical journey at Damascus University – Faculty of Medicine, Damascus, Syria. After graduation, he moved to the United States where he completed his Internal Medicine residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. Afterward, he became an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Division of Hospital Medicine and worked as a hospitalist at University of Kentucky. Dr. Salam then started at Washington University in 2016 as a clinical fellow in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Lipid Research. He now serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine for the division.