Mohamed El Masry, MD, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and an investigator at the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering. Dr. El Masry completed his MD degree from Zagazig University, School of Medicine, Egypt, where he also completed his general surgery training, residency and plastic surgery training. He earned his PhD via a conjoint program between Zagazig University, Egypt and The Ohio State University, USA on Novel Strategies in Regenerative Wound Healing.
Dr. El Masry is a plastic surgeon-scientist who is an expert in developing preclinical wound healing models. His recent research focused on studying maxillofacial burn trauma and scar management via regenerative pathways and studying the management of chronic and infected burn wounds utilizing different regenerative interventional modalities. Dr. El Masry has published in several first-tier peer-reviewed journals such as ACS NANO, FASEB and Molecular Therapy.