Amoah Yeboah-KorangMD, MPH Request An Appointment
- Board Certified Gastroenterologist
- Bachelor and Master of Science in Biology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA (2001-2005).
- Doctor of Medicine & Master of Public Health from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT (2007-2012).
- Internal Medicine Residency at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL (2012-2015).
- Gastroenterology Fellowship at NorthShore University Health system, Evanston, IL (2015-2018).
- Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at the University of Michigan Health system, Ann Arbor, MI (2018-2019).
Licenses and Certifications
- Board Certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
- Board Eligible in Transplant Hepatology.
- Holds active medical licenses in the states of Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois.
Honors and Awards
- AASLD Foundation Advanced/Transplant Hepatology Research Grant (2018-2020).
- American College of Gastroenterology – Colorectal Cancer Prevention Abstract Award (2014).
- University of Connecticut Health Center, Scholar in Medicine for Excellence in Internal Medicine Clerkships (2011).
Research and Publications
Dr. Yeboah-Korang’s research focuses on developing efficient algorithms for drug-induced liver injury detection, hepatocellular carcinoma surveillance, and hepatitis C screening. He has authored and co-authored several articles published in prestigious medical journals.
Dr. Yeboah-Korang has a passion for teaching and has educated various learners including medical students, residents, gastroenterology fellows and faculty on a range of topics within gastroenterology and hepatology. He has lectured at various institutions, including the University of Michigan and NorthShore University Healthsystem.
Leadership and Work Experience
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Yeboah-Korang has held various leadership roles including Chief Fellow of the Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at NorthShore University Healthsystem (2017-2018), and Founding Co-chair of the Medical Student and Housestaff Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee at Rush University Medical Center (2014-2015).
Dr. Yeboah-Korang is affiliated with the American Society of Transplantation and has served on several professional committees throughout his career.
As of 2023, Dr. Amoah Yeboah-Korang is practicing as a transplant hepatologist in Cincinnati, OH. His impressive educational background, extensive research, and vast teaching and leadership experiences make him a highly respected professional in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology.