About Arash Shamsian

As a candidate in the Fifth Pathway Pre-Internship Program offered through New York Medical College, Arash Shamsian, M.D., handles the responsibilities of a resident physician at Richmond University Medical Center on Staten Island. Scheduled to complete his training at the end of 2012, Dr. Arash Shamsian invests his work with a lifelong passion for discovery and a profound commitment to patient care and support. As a testament to his professionalism, Dr. Shamsian maintains affiliation with such organizations as the American Chemical Society, the Health Professions Association, the American Medical Association, and the Medical Society of the State of New York.

Prior to his involvement in the Pre-Internship Program, Dr. Arash Shamsian attended the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine with honors in 2011. Over the course of his medical-school career, Dr. Shamsian proved an outstanding leader and contributor to the community. In addition to excelling in all of his coursework, he helped doctors treat patients in low-income neighborhoods and performed clinical elective rotations at top medical centers in Mexico and the United States, including USC University Hospital.

Arash Shamsian, M.D., completed his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Chemistry in 2005. Throughout his time in college, he served as a departmental researcher and volunteered at several area hospitals, contributing to various emergency clinics, OB-GYN divisions, and medical centers. He earned his diploma from Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School in Los Angeles.


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