|Dr. Nouri is a clinician scientist passionate about improving eye health. She has been practicing for over 15 years managing complex diseases and recognizing the many systemic manifestations of disease through eye exam.
Dr. Nouri graduated from Boston University where she received her Bachelor (Magna cum Laude with Distinction in Biology) and Medical Degree (through the early admission program to medical school: Modular Medical Integrated Curriculum). She began research in the medical sciences at Massachusetts General Hospital while an undergraduate at Boston University. She started focusing on Ophthalmic research as a medical student when she was awarded a grant from the prestigious Fight for Sight Division of the National Society to Prevent Blindness.
Dr. Nouri was an active staff member as an Assistant in Ophthalmology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary where she completed a two-year Clinical/Surgical Fellowship in Corneal diseases, transplantation, and refractive surgery as an Associate Staff at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Nouri was a Research Affiliate in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) upon completion of her fellowship training working on a Dry Eye Model and chemical modifications of drugs for prolonged and targeted delivery to the eye.
She has many clinical and teaching contributions as well as scientific publications and textbook chapters.
She is a dedicated member of the following organizations: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, American Academy of Ophthalmology, International Ocular Surface Society, Keratoprosthesis Study Group, European Association for Vision and Eye Research and Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society.
She has been recognized as Top Doctor and has received the Compassionate Care Provider Recognition.
Her current research interests are on the anterior segment, cornea and dry eyes.