Charles N.S. Soparkar M.D., PhD, FACS
Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology
- Oberlin College
- PhD in Molecular Biochemistry at University of Massachusetts
Baylor College of Medicine
- Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
- M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
- University of British Columbia
- American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
- Recognized by the American Society of of Clinical Oncology
- Kayser International Exchange Scholar
- Heed Fellow
MEET DR. CHARLES N.S. SOPARKAR
Prior to entering private practice with his longtime friend and mentor, Dr. Patrinely, Dr. Charles Soparkar served as Chief of ophthalmic oncology and oculoplastic surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Boston University Medical Center, and the world-renowned Lahey-Hitchcock Clinic with additional appointments at Harvard affiliated Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Tuft’s University.
A native of Massachusetts, Dr. Soparkar received both his PhD in molecular biochemistry and his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts. An avid pupil and instructor, he has trained, taught, and published in the fields of plastic and aesthetic surgery, oculoplastic surgery, molecular biochemistry, ocular pathology, ophthalmic oncology, and ocular and periocular aging and been invited to lecture across five continents. Dr. Soparkar was the founder and coordinator of the Pan American Study Society (PASS), a research group comprised of 30 leading oculoplastic surgeons from across the American continent amassed with the goal of improving clinical knowledge and setting the highest standards of patient care.
Residing in Houston, TX, Dr. Charles Soparkar focuses on identifying and merging cosmetic, aesthetic, and functional solutions for all of his patients. Over half his practice is devoted to correcting issues resulting from prior surgeries. He has personally treated over 7,000 patients with Thyroid Eye Disease. Dr. Soparkar believes that patient education is the cornerstone of successful care.