Arash Shamsian, MD, is a bilingual physician currently serving as a Medical Pre-Intern at Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, New York. Following the completion of his postgraduate training at Richmond University Medical Center, Dr. Arash Shamsian hopes to continue his training in a well-established residency program, furthering his medical career with experience and education. His long-term career goal is to serve the community of Los Angeles as a private practitioner.
Dr. Arash Shamsian also aspires to work for several years in Mexico with a focus on providing superior patient care to communities in need. Continuing to actively develop his career aspirations in the medical field, Dr. Shamsian maintains memberships with organizations including the Medical Society of the State of New York, the American Medical Association, the Health Professionals Association, and the American Chemical Society.
Dr. Arash Shamsian graduated from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet Senior High School in East Los Angeles in 2000. After completing his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry in the University of California (UC) system, he enrolled in the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine in 2011. While attending medical school, he gained diverse experience by serving clinical rotations in medical institutions, including the public hospital Esperanza Lopez Mateos. His special medical skills include performing basic medical surgery, emergency clinical care, sutures, and injections.
Beyond his clinical experience, Dr. Arash Shamsian holds experience in the medical field as a researcher and an educator. His research history includes working with cancer cells for two years at the USC Norris Cancer Center in East Los Angeles. As an educator, he most recently led courses in chemistry through an outreach program in California.