Dr. Mohamed (Moe) Masoud was born in Fairfax VA in 1979, and completed his orthodontic specialty training and doctorate degree at The Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2007. Dr. Masoud was awarded the prestigious Harry Sicher award by the American Association of Orthodontics, and the Joseph Henry Award for clinical and research excellence by Harvard. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and has served as a clinical examiner for the Board.
In addition to maintaining a private practice, Dr. Masoud has served as the orthodontic clinic director at the Boston University, Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine, and the Director of Graduate Orthodontics at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. His work on growth prediction and 3D facial imaging has been published and presented at national and international meetings.
His current research focuses on 3D facial imaging, sleep apnea, and expanding the use of clear aligners to treat problems with jaw size including cases that require jaw surgery. In 2018, he won the Invisalign Challenge in the Teen category, and two of his cases have been awarded 1st and 2nd place in the Multidisciplinary category at the 2020 Invisalign University Challenge.
In his free time he enjoys squash, snowboarding, underwater photography, and watercolor painting.