Haider Mahdi, MD, MPH is a Gynecologic Oncologist at Cleveland Clinic. He graduated from his Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at University of Washington, Seattle in June 2012 and from Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship at Cleveland Clinic in June 2015. He finished his master's degree in Public Health at Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Mahdi sees and treats patients with gynecologic cancer and pre-cancer conditions. He performs surgery using different approaches including open, laparoscopic, single incision laparoscopic and robotic approaches. Dr. Mahdi administers chemotherapy for patients with gynecologic cancer in different regimens including intra-peritoneal chemotherapy and heated chemotherapy (HIPEC).
Dr. Mahdi's research interests are hereditary cancers, genomics of gynecologic cancers, outcome research and disparities in cancer care and outcome.