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Simon Bababeygy MD Master Advisor

Simon Bababeygy MD, MedSchoolCoach Master Advisor
Dr. Bababeygy served on the admissions committee at Stanford for four years

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Dr. Bababeygy received his M.D. from Stanford University School of Medicine, where he served 4 years on the Admissions Committee. He is a former Research Fellow of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He completed his Vitreo-Retina Surgery training in California where he is currently practicing. He has published over 70 abstracts and peer-reviewed publications in the fields of neurosurgery and ophthalmology, contributing to significant advances in protein therapeutics, neural stem cells, and eye surgery. Additionally, he is a journal Peer Reviewer for multiple indexed medical journals, and serves as a Scientific Advisory Board Member for current Clinical Trials/Drugs in Ophthalmology. He has over 8 years of medical school admission consulting experience with a 96% admissions acceptance rate for his students.

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EDUCATION

Undergraduate:
BS- University of California, Los Angeles
Medical School:
MD- Stanford University
Residency:
University of Southern California
Fellowship:
University of California, Irvine

SPECIALITY

Ophthalmology

FUN FACT

Dr. Bababeygy collects different masks from around the world in countries he visits!

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