Mona Hnaini


Working Group Member

Pediatric Neuromuscular Fellow, Children’s Hospital London Health Science Centre

Lebanese Order of Physicians since 2011 | College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario since 2020

NMD4C Involvement: Knowledge Translation


Dr. Mona Hnaini completed her General Pediatrics training at Beirut Arab University in 2015. She performed her Pediatric Neurology clinical fellowship at the American University of Beirut between 2016 and 2019. In August 2020, she moved to Canada to sub-specialize in Pediatric Neuromuscular at Children’s Hospital London Health Science Centre under the supervision of Dr. Craig Campbell. Dr Hnaini is currently a sub investigator in multiple clinical trials for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Spinal Muscular Atrophy diseases.


Read Dr. Hnaini’s early-career blog here!

Recent Publications

Hnaini, M, Downs, M, Miller, MR, Campbell, C, St-Laurent, A. Duchenne muscular dystrophy respiratory profiles from real world registry data. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2023.58 (10)2725-2732 PMID:37539841

Wei, YS, Hnaini, M, ElAloul, B, Zapata, E, Campbell, C. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Fatigue Trajectories. Neuropediatrics. 2024.55 (1)42-48 PMID:37236246

Hnaini, M, Cardarelli Leite, L, Carey, T, Campbell, C. A 16-year-old boy with lower extremity muscle wasting and pain. Paediatr Child Health. 2023.28 (2)69-71 PMID:37151931

Schreyer, L, Reilly, J, McConkey, H, Kerkhof, J, Levy, MA, Hu, J et al.. The discovery of the DNA methylation episignature for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Neuromuscul Disord. 2023.33 (1)5-14 PMID:36572586

Al-Haddad, C, El Moussawi, Z, Hoyeck, S, Mehanna, CJ, El Salloukh, NA, Ismail, K et al.. Amblyopia risk factors among pediatric patients in a hospital-based setting using photoscreening. PLoS One. 2021.16 (7)e0254831 PMID:34324539

Hnaini, M, Darwich, M, Koleilat, N, Jaafar, F, Hanneyan, S, Rahal, S et al.. High-Dose Levetiracetam for Neonatal Seizures: A Retrospective Review. Seizure. 2020.82 7-11 PMID:32950862

Ahmad Hammoud, Rolla Shbarou, Mona Hnaini3 and Chadi Al-Alam4 Electroencephalography Findings in Infants Diagnosed with Brief Resolved Unexplained Event

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