Vahe Tateosian, MD

Vahe Tateosian, MDDr. Tateosian is double Board Certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology as well as Pediatric Anesthesiology. After he received a Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, he completed his medical education at St. George’s University School of Medicine. He pursued residency training in Anesthesiology in New York, and continued on to receive fellowship and sub-specialty training in Pediatric Anesthesiology at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. After several years of private practice in Anesthesiology, he joined the faculty at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatric Anesthesiologist at Stony Brook Medical Center and Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Dr. Tateosian is a clinician, academician as well as researcher. He teaches medical students and Anesthesiology residents and has lectured both nationally and internationally on Pediatric Acute Pain Management, Airway Management, and Simulation Training in Education. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters within his field of expertise.

Dr. Tateosian has been an AAHPO Board Member since 2016. Through various non-profit organizations, he has led and participated in over 10 medical missions to Armenia as well as lectured at numerous venues throughout Armenia. He also serves as one of the directors of the AAHPO-Fund for Armenia Relief (FAR) Continuing Medical Education program which has helped train hundreds of health professionals within Armenia and Artsakh. He has a passion for medical education both in the United States and in Armenia and makes it a priority on his missions to collaborate and organize teaching sessions with his international colleagues. Dr. Tateosian is also co-director of the Tele-Health division of AAHPO’s continuing education program and continues to deliver video-lectures to the Republican Scientific Medical Library (RSML) of Armenia, Arabkir Children’s Medical Center, as well as other medical centers in Gyumri and Artsakh. He also successfully televised and moderated the 1st LIVE interactive Kidney Transplant surgery from the United States to Yerevan, Armenia.