Dr. Shervin Yousefian is a fellowship-trained, board-certified endocrinologist in Mountain View, CA. Dr. Yousefian earned his medical degree from Iran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. He ranked in the top 100 test takers nationwide to get accepted to this competitive medical school. Dr. Yousefian moved to the US in 2005 and graduated from Internal Medicine residency in 2010 while his research in study of acute kidney failure after surgery was among the very few accepted for presentation in the annual meeting of National Kidney Foundation (NKF) that year.
Fellowship training at Creighton University was just another opportunity for Dr. Yousefian to be prolific in scholarly work and to sculpt his career. He presented 4 different articles at major international endocrinology conferences. His study of impact of vitamin D supplement dose on falls and physical performance was presented as the late-breaking abstract at the annual meeting of The American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) in 2015. The hallmark of Dr. Yousefian’s scholarly publications is the book chapter that he (co)authored in the textbook of “The art of neuroendocrinology” in 2016.
Before joining BASS Medical Group, Dr. Yousefian practiced as an endocrinology Attending Physician in Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, where he was an active member of the Stanford University faculty (by affiliation), and oversaw the endocrinology fellows (doctors training to specialize in endocrinology) and Internal Medicine residents for over six years. He has extensive experience in the management of all sorts of thyroid diseases, ultrasound-guided thyroid nodule biopsy, diabetes type 1 and type 2, insulin pumps, pituitary, adrenal and bone disease. He has also managed a wide spectrum of the endocrinology problems (thyroid, diabetes, and adrenal) in pregnant patients. Dr. Yousefian is a member of the Endocrine Society, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and American Thyroid Association.
Dr. Yousefian believes in patient-centered, evidence-based medicine. He believes that at the core of a healthy doctor-patient relationship is open and direct communication, and that begins by listening to the patient.
He enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time with friends and family, especially his wife and their energetic son in the leisure time.