Interventional Electrophysiologist, Member-Board of Trustees, KHCF-USA
Mohammad Hajjiri, MD is a member of the Board of Trustees of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation-USA, and an interventional electrophysiology consultant cardiologist with two provisional patents in cardiac stem cells. He was part of the NYU team to implant the very first Mirca leadless pacemaker in the world.
Dr. Hajjiri completed his Cardiovascular specialties and subspecialties from Harvard, Tufts and NYU. He is passionate about positive change in the Arab world through education, entrepreneurship and founded H2e (Hajjiri Health for e-ducation) which employs latest technology in virtual and augmented reality in healthcare education. He is Editor-in-chief of Edraak-Medicine currently building the largest online medical case library in the Arab World, and created the MOOC “Healthy Hearts” which had an enrollment of close to 15,000 online students through Edraak.org.