Moshe Barnajian, M.D.
Dr. Moshe Barnajian is a colorectal and general surgeon who is currently affiliated with Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital. He earned his medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine and completed his residency program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The physician is a member of the Surgery Group of Los Angeles, specializing in minimally invasive and advanced surgical techniques. He is a nationally recognized expert in all aspects of colon and rectal surgery. Dr. Moshe Barnajian is a member of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgery. Dr. Moshe Barnajian is committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to each and every one of his patients. Before practicing medicine in the state of California, he had a medical license for New York.
His training has provided him with advanced expertise in colon, rectal, and anal surgery, from laparoscopic and robotic colon resection for colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease to complex anorectal disease including hemorrhoids, fissures, fistula, and HIV related anorectal disorders. The surgeon has lectured at both national and international meetings and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles in prestigious journals, including Colorectal Disease. Dr. Moshe Barnajian is also a medical peer reviewer for multiple prestigious colorectal journals, including Techniques in Coloproctology. He is involved in a number of multi-center prospective studies as well. He has approximately 10 years of professional experience and is certified by the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery.
Procedures Dr. Moshe Barnajian Performs at Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital
- Aetna Choice POS II
- Blue Cross of California
- Blue Shield of California
- First Health PPO
- LA Care Health Plan
- Molina Healthcare
Education & Training
Drexel University College of Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
SUNY Stony Brook University Hospital & Medical Center
Memberships & Affiliations
Publications & Media
Laparoscopic right colon resection with intracorporeal anastomosis.
Chang K, Fakhoury M, Barnajian M, Tarta C, Bergamaschi R
Mucormycosis-induced colon perforation after renal transplantation.
Barnajian M, Gioia W, Iordache F, Bergamaschi R
Emergency department crystalloid resuscitation of 1.5 L or more is associated with increased mortality in elderly and nonelderly trauma patients.
Ley, E. J., Clond, M. A., Srour, M. K., Barnajian, M., Mirocha, J., Margulies, D. R., Salim, A.
Anthrax toxin receptor 2 mediates Bacillus anthracis killing of macrophages following spore challenge.
Banks, D. J., Barnajian, M., Maldonado-Arocho, F. J., Sanchez, A. M., Bradley, K. A.
Quality of total mesorectal excision and depth of circumferential resection margin in rectal cancer: a matched comparison of the first 20 robotic cases.
M. Barnajian, D. Pettet, E. Kazi, C. Foppa, R. Bergamaschi
Diabetic patients with traumatic brain injury: insulin deficiency is associated with increased mortality.
Ley, E. J., Srour, M. K., Clond, M. A., Barnajian, M., Tillou, A., Mirocha, J., Salim, A.