Touro Infirmary 1401 Foucher Street New Orleans, LA 70115
Dr. Ziada is originally from Sudan in east Africa. He completed his residency in Internal
Medicine and a fellowship in Infectious Disease at LSU Health Science Center in New
Orleans and he felt in love with the city and the people here. He then joined LSU
faculty to continue teach and train residents. Given his background of practicing
medicine in a place where advanced medical resources are often not readily accessible,
Dr. Ziada is very passionate about teaching physical examination skills, clinical
reasoning and decision-making. He is a full-time faculty member in the section of
Hospital Medicine and a part-time Infectious Disease physician. Dr. Ziada is board
certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease.
Clinical Rounds for Students and Residents.
QI Projects Mentor for Residents.
Course Evaluation Committee member.
Medical: M.D. University of Juba College of Medicine Juba, Sudan
Internship: Federal Ministry of Health Khartoum, Sudan
Biomedical Research Fellowship: Urology Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, Louisiana
Residency: Internal Medicine Louisiana State University School of Medicine New Orleans, Louisiana
Fellowship: Geriatric Medicine William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, Michigan
Infectious Disease Louisiana State University School of Medicine New Orleans, Louisiana
2. Identification of MicroRNA Signatures and Their Potential Targets and Pathways
in Human Prostate Cancer. Exp Biol Med, 2017 Mar;242(5):536-546. Ziada, M., Moustafa, A.A., Elshaikh, A., Moroz, K., Srivastav, S., Thomas, R., Datta, A.,
Kim, H. & Abdel-Mageed,A.B. DOI: 10.1177/1535370216681554