Rabin Rahmani, M.D.
Director of medical education and research for department of Gastroenterology at Maimonides Medical Center Download Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Rabin Rahmani currently serves as Director of medical education and research for the department of Gastroenterology at Maimonides Medical Center. Dr. Rahmani completed his medical education and internal medicine residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed fellowships in gastroenterology at Maimonides- where he served as the chief fellow -as well as The Mount Sinai Medical Center world renowned Transplant Hepatology program. While Dr. Rahmani is nationally recognized for his cutting edge research in the field of gastroenterology, he has garnered wide popularity in the Brooklyn community for his thorough and compassionate patient care. In addition to routine endoscopy and colonoscopy, Dr. Rahmani offers his expertise in a number of specialized procedures, including Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS) with FNA, Video Capsule Endoscopy, Enteroscopy, ERCP, endoscopic resection of large polyps, and other advanced therapeutic endoscopic procedures.
Health Watch Radio Interview with Dr. Rabin Rahmani
Dr. Rabin Rahmani talks about Irritable Bowel Syndrome on Health Watch Radio with Dr. Jacques Doueck.
- Medical School - Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Internship in Internal Medicine
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Residency in Internal Medicine
- Maimonides Medical Center, Fellowship in Gastroenterology
- Mount Sinai Medical Center, Fellowship in Transplant Hepatology
- Gastroenterology (Internal Medicine)
- American Board of Internal Medicine
Awards and Publications
- Salix National Fellowship to Leadership Grant
- James Rudin Scholar, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Albert Einstein Summer Research Fellowship Award
- Rahmani R, Ivanina E, Yang L. An unusual cause of acute cholangitis. Hepatology 2010; 52: 795–796.
- Rahmani R, Shiano TD. Clinical Case Review: A new approach for treatment of hepatitis C in hepatitis C-autoimmune hepatitis overlap syndrome. Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2010;6:233-236.
- Southern W, Rahmani R, Aroniadis O, Khorshidi I, Thanjan A, Ibrahim C, Brandt LJ. Postoperative Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea. Surgery 2010; 148(1):24-30.