Vafi Salmasi, MD Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Salmasi is an interventional pain specialist and anesthesiologist at Stanford University School of Medicine. He earned his medical degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2004. He completed his anesthesiology training at Cleveland Clinic where he had already completed a research fellowship at the department of outcomes research. He then joined Stanford University for fellowship in pain medicine. Dr. Salmasiā€™s research interest is focused on advancing clinical knowledge in perioperative and pain medicine by integrating comparative effectiveness research and clinical care. He is an active member of neuromodulation team at Stanford Pain Management Center.


Emerging Applications for Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for Subacute and Chronic Pain Syndromes

Instructor, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine Division
Palo Alto, CA