Dr. Shobeiri is a professor and Vice Chair of Gynecologic subspecialties at the INOVA Women's Hospital, Virginia Commonwealth University in Falls Church, Virginia. He was at OU 2002-2015 as the first fellowship trained physician in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in Oklahoma. Prior to settling in Oklahoma, he obtained his Bachelor degree from the University of Washington in Seattle, MD from TUFTS University in Boston, and completed his residency and fellowship at Tulane and LSU in New Orleans. He and his parttners, Dr. Mikio Nihira and Dr. Lieschen Quiroz established OU Pelvic and Bladder Health Center which now encompasses an ACGME accredited 3 year fellowship program, pelvic Floor Investigation Group (PFIG), OU Basic Science Pelvic Floor Laboratory, and OU International Ultrasound workshop. Dr. Shobeiri has been the recipient of research and educational awards. He is a grant reviewer for ACOG, AUGS, and American Federation for Aging Research. He is a manuscript reviewer for Urology, Journal of Urogynology & pelvic floor Dysfunction, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Neurourology & Urodynamics, and Journal of Pelvic Medicine and Surgery. He has authored numerous articles in scientific journals as well as several chapters for textbooks standard to the field of Urogynecology. He is the editor of the textbook: Practical Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography: A Multicompartmental Approach to 2D/3D/4D Ultrasonography of Pelvic Floor. He has chaired ultrasound workshops at the International Continence Society, IUGA, and multiple institutions around the world. Additionally he has served on the Research and the Program committees at AUGS. His clinical interests include vaginal agenesis and structural abnormalities. His research interests include vaginal mesh complications imaging and the study of pelvic floor injury using 3D sonography.