Dr. Gaby Moawad is a board-certified gynecological surgeon and the founder of The Center for Endometriosis and Advanced Pelvic Surgery in Washington DC.
Alongside his extensive experience in the field of Gynecologic Surgery and specialization in Minimally Invasive Gynecological procedures, Dr. Moawad excels in Laparoscopic and robotic techniques, using his many years of training and practice with his desire to impact patients’ lives positively.
Dr. Moawad has proved himself to be a passionate and effective educator for many years. As Director of Robotic Gynecologic Surgery, Fellowship Co-Director and an Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The George Washington University, he has demonstrated his commitment to the field by not only serving his patients, but also educating fellow medical professionals on how to safely approach the most complex conditions.
Being named Top Doctor in the Washington DC area from the year 2015 to 2019 by the Washingtonian is just one of the many accolades and progress Dr. Moawad has seen through his career. He has received the AAGL Award for Excellence in Endoscopic Procedures from the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) and has also taken on the roles of AAGL Chair of Research Committee and Chair of Robotic Committee, simultaneously being nominated for the board of directors at AAGL.
Dr. Moawad has earned many grants, most notably a grant in 2019 from the National Institute of Health Co-PI for “Using EV-microRNAs to identify a non-invasive biomarker of uterine fibroid outcomes.”
In addition to being a published author of more than 70 peer reviewed publications, he is a recognized national and international speaker, joining the Editorial Board of the “Facts, Views and Vision in OBGYN” which is the official journal of the European Society of Gynecological Endoscopy (ESGE). For many years, he has regularly contributed to a variety of publications. Dr Moawad advanced the field not only through his work, but also through his commitment to academia and groundbreaking research.