Neda Shamie, MD

Neda Shamie, MD
 Ophthalmologists
Maloney-Shamie Vision Institute

www.maloneyshamievision.com

Neda Shamie, MD is a renowned cataract, LASIK and corneal surgeon and partner of the Maloney-Shamie Vision Institute in Los Angeles. She previously was the Medical Director of the Doheny Eye Institute and an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the USC Keck School of Medicine. Dr. Shamie graduated Summa Cum Laude with high honors from UCLA and obtained her medical degree from UCSF School of Medicine.  

 

Recognized as an expert in complex vision correction surgery, Dr. Shamie performs the full spectrum of procedures including advanced lens laser cataract surgery, iDesign LASIK & PRK, DSEK & DMEK, and Collagen Cross-Linking, among many others. Dr. Shamie has coauthored over 50 publications on the topics of cataract surgery and corneal transplantation, written 8 chapters for surgical textbooks and has led international lectures, courses, and seminars teaching colleagues about the advances in vision correction surgery. She was the first surgeon in the Northwest to offer artificial corneal transplantation to patients as well as DMEK surgery and has personally performed over 6,000 vision correction surgeries.

 

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www.maloneyshamievision.com

Office Location
(310) 208-3937
10921 Wilshire Blvd. #900, Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Education

University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Shamie received her medical degree from University of California, San Francisco, which has consistently been ranked one of the nation’s top medical schools by U.S. News and World Report.

University of California, Los Angeles

Dr. Shamie graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with Honors from UCLA, with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics.

University of California, Irvine

Dr. Shamie did her residency in ophthalmology in one of the most prestigious programs in the United States. Dr. Shamie continued her surgical training at UC-Irvine with a Fellowship in Corneal, Anterior Segment & Refractive Surgery and upon completion stayed on faculty as director of the Corneal Service.