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Soshian Sarrafpour, MD

Cataract and Refractive Disease, Glaucoma
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Patient type treated
Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
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Biography

Soshian Sarrafpour, MD, is a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist who sees patients with cataracts, glaucoma, and other anterior segment eye diseases.

As a medical school student, Dr. Sarrafpour chose his specialty after seeing how grateful patients were after visiting their ophthalmologist. “Nothing cheers me up more than seeing a returning patient,” he says. “I enjoy listening to patients speak about how their treatments have affected their lives—from improving their golf game to being able to appreciate how colorful the world is.”

When patients have eye disorders that cannot be cured, Dr. Sarrafpour tells them that researchers are constantly investigating how to improve treatments.

“No one should ever lose hope,” Dr. Sarrafpour says. “We never know which treatments may come up in the future,” he says.

His research interests cover machine learning, glaucoma imaging, and minimally invasive procedures.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Yale University (2020)
  • Resident
    New York University (2019)
  • Transitional Internship
    Carney Hospital (2016)
  • MD
    Tufts University School of Medicine, Medicine (2015)
  • BS
    Tufts University, Biochemistry (2011)

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Fārsī (Farsi)
  • Español (Spanish)

Additional Information

Biography

Soshian Sarrafpour, MD, is a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist who sees patients with cataracts, glaucoma, and other anterior segment eye diseases.

As a medical school student, Dr. Sarrafpour chose his specialty after seeing how grateful patients were after visiting their ophthalmologist. “Nothing cheers me up more than seeing a returning patient,” he says. “I enjoy listening to patients speak about how their treatments have affected their lives—from improving their golf game to being able to appreciate how colorful the world is.”

When patients have eye disorders that cannot be cured, Dr. Sarrafpour tells them that researchers are constantly investigating how to improve treatments.

“No one should ever lose hope,” Dr. Sarrafpour says. “We never know which treatments may come up in the future,” he says.

His research interests cover machine learning, glaucoma imaging, and minimally invasive procedures.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Yale University (2020)
  • Resident
    New York University (2019)
  • Transitional Internship
    Carney Hospital (2016)
  • MD
    Tufts University School of Medicine, Medicine (2015)
  • BS
    Tufts University, Biochemistry (2011)

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Fārsī (Farsi)
  • Español (Spanish)

Additional Information