Member, THRIVE, Division of Clinical Care & Research, Institute of Human Virology
Institute of Human Virology: 725 W Lombard St. S518 Baltimore, MD 21201
For Appointments: 410-328-9102
Education and Training
- Universite Saint Joseph, MD, 2015
- Johns Hopkins University, MPH, 2016
- Johns Hopkins Hospital, Posdoctoral Research, 2017
- Medstar Health, Internal Medicine Residency, 2020
- University of Maryland School of Medicine, Infectious Diseases Fellowship 2022
Dr. Harfouch's clinical practice and research interests focus on HIV treatment and prevention in transgender, gay, and bisexual populations. His prior research focused on collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data into medical records.
Currently, he also practices high resolution anoscopy for anal cancer screening in at-risk populations. He also studies risk factors associated with anal cancer in transgender populations.
HIV/AIDS, LGBT Health, sexual health, gender affirming care, anal cancer screening
Canner JK, Harfouch O, Kodadek LM, et al. Temporal Trends in Gender-Affirming Surgery Among Transgender Patients in the United States. JAMA Surg. 2018;153(7):609–616. doi:10.1001/jamasurg.2017.6231
Streed Jr, C. G., Harfouch, O., Marvel, F., Blumenthal, R. S., Martin, S. S., & Mukherjee, M. (2017). Cardiovascular disease among transgender adults receiving hormone therapy: a narrative review. Annals of internal medicine, 167(4), 256-267.
Haider, A., Adler, R.R., Schneider, E., Leitz, T.U., Ranjit, A., Ta, C., Levine, A., Harfouch, O., Pelaez, D., Kodadek, L. and Vail, L., 2018. Assessment of patient-centered approaches to collect sexual orientation and gender identity information in the emergency department: the EQUALITY study. JAMA network open, 1(8), pp.e186506-e186506.
(2020) Examining the Attitudes and Behaviors of Health-care Providers Toward LGBT Patients in Lebanon, Journal of Homosexuality, 67:13, 1902-1919