I was born and grew up in Iran and obtained my DVM degree in 2010 from Azad University, Iran. I worked in an industrial dairy farm and at a pet clinic before and after graduation and this gave me the opportunity to develop a true feeling of the life of a veterinarian. I very enthusiastically took part in several clinical research projects on different species (hamsters, dogs, cats, horses, donkeys, sheep, ostriches, etc.) which not only led me to publish several articles in peer-reviewed journals but helped me to gain further experience in those specialty areas.
I moved to Canada in 2011 and my diverse background and knowledge base allowed me to begin working as a research assistant with laboratory animals at Toronto General Hospital.
In 2013, I traveled to India for 3 months and started volunteering at the International Humane Society which helped me fine tune my surgical skills. I also had the amazing opportunity to work with elephants there.
In 2014, I completed the VSTEP (Veterinary Skills Enhancement Program) at Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph.
In 2015 I moved to Alberta and started working in state of the art facility ‘Family Pet Hospital and 24 Hrs emergency center ‘ in Lethbridge Until 2018 Which gave me tons of emergency exposure and enabled me to gain more experience working with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools in veterinary medicine.
In 2018 I decided to return to Richmond hill, ON and spend more time with my family and joined Vaughan-Richmond hill Veterinary Emergency clinic to develop and grow my emergency skills further and delighted to work with great people in friendly environment here.
I have a great passion for animals and empathy for their owners. I assure you that I will do my best to treat your family member with kindness and give my devoted attention to your concerns.
In my free time, I enjoy jogging, reading books, watching movies and I always love to travel and participate in outdoor activities.