Shabnam Shahabadi, M.D.Medical Reviewer
Dr. Shahabadi is a board certified dermatologist at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology Associates. She received her M.D. from George Washington University in Washington DC. Dr. Shahabadi is a consultant dermatologist at INOVA Fairfax Hospital in northern Virginia. She completed her residency in dermatology at George Washington University and Washington Hospital Center where she was the chief resident. After completion of her dermatology residency, she joined the faculty of dermatology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She was involved in teaching of medical students and dermatology residents.
She cofounded Plastic Surgery and Dermatology Associates, with her husband, Dr. Reza Mirali, who is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon.
She has received the Washingtonian Top Doctor Award several times since 2012. She is a clinical instructor of dermatology at the Department of Dermatology at George Washington University. Outside Work, she enjoys traveling with her husband and two kids. During her free time, she enjoys exercising and reading books.
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