Robert S. McFadden, M.D. has been specializing in Gastroenterology & Hepatology for the last 25 years. He is a graduate of Baylor University and UTMB medical schools. He completed his residency and internship programs at Louisiana State University. Dr. McFadden’s training includes two fellowships, one in gastroenterology at the University of Alabama Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama, and the other in hepatology at University of Miami, Florida. He has been a staff hepatologist in Texas, Arizona and Oklahoma. He has extensive experience in managing liver transplant patients both pre- and post transplant, general liver disease, liver cancer, and portal hypertension. Dr. McFadden’s practice focus and interests include all aspects of care for the cirrhotic patient.
Howard Paul Monsour, Jr., MD is Chief of Hepatology at The Methodist Hospital and is Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine for Weill Cornell Medical College. He received his medical degree from New York Medical College, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara Medical School and went on to complete his internal medicine residency at the University of Nebraska where he was also named Chief Resident.Dr. Monsour continued at the University of Nebraska for his gastroenterology fellowship as well as fellowship in hepatology and transplant medicine.His clinical expertise is in hepatology, transplant medicine and gastroenterology and his research interests include viral hepatitis, hepatocellular carcinoma, fatty liver disease and autoimmune diseases of the liver.
Bhuvana Muthuswamy, MD is Board certified in Internal Medicine. She completed her residency at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois after receiving her medical degree from MR Medical College, Gulbarga, India. Prior to her appointment here at The Methodist Hospital she served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, where she also completed her Education Scholars Fellowship Program. She enjoys teaching medical students, residents and patients. Her special interests include chronic liver diseases, Disease Prevention and Diabetes.
Irum Zaheer, MD is Board certified in Internal Medicine. She completed her residency at Weill Cornell Medical College at the Methodist Hospital in Houston after completing her medical degree at Rawalpindi Medical College, Pakistan. Dr. Zaheer worked as a private hospitalist which included care of liver inpatients. Her skills include all aspects of general internal medicine with special interest in Hepatology, which led her to expand to the care of liver patients at the Methodist Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation. Dr. Zaheer’s other interests include teaching medical students and residents.