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Mekonnen is a pulmonologist and sleep specialist currently practicing in Maryland. He attended Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia for medical school.
He completed his internal medicine residency training at the University of Illinois, and pulmonary and critical care fellowship training at Northwestern University.
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His research involves clinical and laboratory research in myeloid disorders. He has had over publications in peer reviewed journals and serves as the associate or section editor for the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Leukemia, American Journal of Hematology, European Journal of Hematology, and Hematological Oncology.
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