Inna Lobeck, MD

Assistant Professor

  • Director of the UW Health Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center
  • Division of Pediatric Surgery
(608) 262-0466

600 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53792
Scheduling or patient-related questions: (608) 263-6420
Administrative assistance: (608) 262-0466


  • MD, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, 2007-2011
  • General Surgery Resident, Wayne State University, 2011-2018
  • Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, Wayne State University, Surgical Critical Care, 2018-2019
  • Pediatric Surgery Fellowship, Brown University, Pediatric Surgery, 2019-2021

Clinical Specialties

Dr. Lobeck is triple board certified by the American Board of Surgery in Pediatric Surgery, General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. Dr. Lobeck specializes in all aspects of Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery as well as Fetal Surgery. Her clinical interests are broad but include congenital malformations of the lungs, diaphragm and gastrointestinal system, neonatal and fetal surgical diseases, surgical critical care and minimally invasive surgery. She is the Director of the UW Health Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center, a collaboration between UW Health and UnityPoint Health–Meriter, offering prenatal fetal surgical intervention. Dr. Lobeck places great emphasis on family-centered care through clear communication and shared decision-making, ensuring that both the patient and family are in complete understanding of and agreement with the care plan.

Recent Publications

  • Recurrent ileocolic intussusception with appendiceal lead point in a 2-year-old child: an etiology to be aware of on ultrasound.
    Furlong SA, Hart A, Lobeck I, Furman M
    Radiol Case Rep 2022 Jun; 17(6): 1951-1954
    [PubMed ID: 35401903]

  • Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in a Patient with Biliary Atresia: Case and Review of Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Data.
    Lobeck IN, Bondoc A, Nolan H, Frischer JS, Campbell KM, Ryan TD, Goldstein SL, Nathan JD, Alonso MH, Tiao GM
    ASAIO J 2018 Nov/Dec; 64(6): e191-e195
    [PubMed ID: 29419536]

  • High Mobility Group Box 1 Release by Cholangiocytes Governs Biliary Atresia Pathogenesis and Correlates With Increases in Afflicted Infants.
    Mohanty SK, Donnelly B, Temple H, Ortiz-Perez A, Mowery S, Lobeck I, Dupree P, Poling HM, McNeal M, Mourya R, Jenkins T, Bansal R, Bezerra J, Tiao G
    Hepatology 2021 08; 74(2): 864-878
    [PubMed ID: 33559243]

  • Rotavirus Reassortant-Induced Murine Model of Liver Fibrosis Parallels Human Biliary Atresia.
    Mohanty SK, Lobeck I, Donnelly B, Dupree P, Walther A, Mowery S, Coots A, Bondoc A, Sheridan RM, Poling HM, Temple H, McNeal M, Sestak K, Bansal R, Tiao G
    Hepatology 2020 04; 71(4): 1316-1330
    [PubMed ID: 31442322]

  • The management of pediatric renovascular hypertension: a single center experience and review of the literature.
    Lobeck IN, Alhajjat AM, Dupree P, Racadio JM, Mitsnefes MM, Karns R, Tiao GM, Nathan JD
    J Pediatr Surg 2018 Sep; 53(9): 1825-1831
    [PubMed ID: 29397961]

All Publications on PubMed