Pooyan Rohani, MD
Pooyan Rohani, M.D., M.Engr., is a fellowship-trained and double board-certified Mohs micrographic surgeon and cosmetic dermatologist. Dr. Rohani attended Vanderbilt School of Medicine graduating with top honors as an inductee of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical society. He then completed residency training at Harvard Medical School’s teaching hospitals including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Subsequently, he pursued fellowship training in Mohs micrographic surgery, facial reconstruction, laser surgery, and cosmetic procedures at the University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Rohani brings a unique background and skill set to the management of patients. Prior to obtaining his medical degree, he completed graduate work in biomedical engineering and worked for several years as an engineer in the medical technology field where his role required precision work and attention to detail. As a Mohs surgeon, Dr. Rohani relies on his extensive medical training in addition to this unique background as an engineer to deliver outstanding results. These skills are particularly important when he performs complex reconstruction on cancerous growths affecting cosmetically sensitive areas on the head and neck where precise planning and meticulous operation are critical to excellent functional and aesthetic outcomes.
Dr. Rohani is committed to advancing the field of dermatology and dermatologic surgery so that more patients can benefit from superior treatment options. He has given numerous lectures at national and international conferences as well as grand rounds at top medical institutions in the world. He has authored dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles and research posters presented in distinguished forums in the fields of dermatology, head and neck surgery, and plastic surgery.