Matthew Hadeed DO
- Assistant Professor, UCSF
Matthew Hadeed, DO is board certified in Pediatrics.
He earned his medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences. He completed residency at UCSF Fresno where he won the award for Highest Individual Patient Continuity.
Dr. Hadeed’s professional interests include newborn and neonatal medicine. Additionally, he is also interested in improving emergency response and preparedness in outpatient pediatric settings with limited resources. He also focuses on global health and working with Spanish-speaking populations.
He has volunteered his time for many organizations including UCSF Fresno’s Mini Med School, providing sports physicals at Clovis Unified School District, and the Special Olympics North California as a coach and medical volunteer.
Dr. Hadeed’s hobbies include snowboarding, wakeboarding, rock climbing, trail running, cooking, fishing, camping, and photograph. He is fluent in Spanish.
Education & Medical Training
- Pediatrics Residency; University of California, San Francisco, Fresno
- Medical School; Western University of Health Sciences
- Human Physiology B.S., Chemistry Minor; University of Oregon, Eugene
Certifications & Licensure
- California State Medical License
- American Board of Pediatrics – Certification
“Are you prepared? Improving the Emergency Response in the Outpatient Pediatric Setting”. – Oral Presentation at the 2018 Western Society for Pediatric Research Conference, Carmel, CA
“Exertional Rhabdomyolysis after CrossFit Exercise Program”. – Oral presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine; 58th National Convention; Denver, CO. 2nd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine. Oregon Health and Science University – Department of Health Promotion and Sports Medicine
“Exercise-Induced Flow Limitation in Adults with a History of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia”. – Poster Presentation – American College of Sports Medicine; Northwest Conference; Portland, OR. University of Oregon – Cardiopulmonary and Respiratory Physiology Lab
Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease, Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Pulmonary Hypertension