Dr. Sassan Sabouri, an instructor at Harvard Medical School, is a graduate from medical school in Shahid Beheshti Medical University (SBMU) in Tehran, Iran. First, he finished his anesthesiology residency in SBMU. He has gained his major experience by practicing anesthesia in different cities across Iran for 10 years. In 2006, he started his residency in General Surgery in Temple University in Johnstown PA and then Anesthesiology Residency in New York State University at Buffalo NY, where he became one of the chief residents. After graduation from residency he became one of the staff at the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), MA. His clinical innovations are primarily focused on regional anesthesia. Collaboratively, he started General Surgery Regional Service in MGH in May 2012. He has had multiple abstracts and presentations in the USA as well as internationally in Iran and India.
Regional anesthesia, Perioperative ultrasound use, Management of Difficult Airway Patients