Dr. Baydoun received his Bachelors's degree in Biology from the American University of Beirut with High Distinction. After receiving his MD from AUB, he traveled from Lebanon to the United States for his orthopedic surgery residency training at the University of Illinois in Chicago. While in Chicago, he was involved in several research projects regarding fixation of olecranon fractures, outcomes of arthroscopic lysis of adhesions in the knee, and the effect of obesity on total joint replacement. Dr. Baydoun is the recipient of the Robert D. Ray MD, PhD Award for Research and the Leo Weinstein MD Award for Excellence in Patient Care. In his spare time, Dr. Baydoun enjoys swimming, biking, and running. He participates regularly in triathlons, and has recently finished his first Ironman competition.
Dr. Baydoun had participated in research at the Molecular Surgery Lab at MGH in prior years, and is excited to be back in Boston and MGH for his sports medicine fellowship.
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