About Dr. Shah-Noor

Dr. Shah-Noor Hassan is an Ophthalmologist based in Dhaka. He has done his ICO, FRCS from UK and FCPS from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. He is currently working as an Associate Professor, Dept. of Ophthalmology at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University.

He has a keen interest in finding out rare eye diseases in order to aid his patients with proper treatment. For that he has done several researches on some unique cases.

In addition to his full time works, he was appointed as a Co Author for two different journals based on Choroidal Coloboma and Chorodial Osteoma. He was also a Co Author of a text book named “Hassan’s Ophthalmology”.

May, 2001

Completed MBBS from Sir Salimullah Medical College, Bangladesh

July, 2005

Completed FCPS from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons


Fellowship in Medical Retina (3months)fromIslamia Eye Hospital, Bangladesh


Completed FRCS from Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

August, 2011 to Jan, 2013

Fellowship in Vitreo RetinafromRetina Foundation and Eye Research Center,Ahmedabad,India

July-August 2006

Attained training on Phaco Surgery from National Institute of Ophthalmology, Bangladesh


Attained training on Phaco Surgery from Islamia Eye Hospital, Bangladesh


Achieved Fellowship on Vitreo Retina from Retina Foundation and Eye Research Center, Ahmedabad, India.

MARCH 2018

Receipient of Firoza Jalil Award 2018 in Ophthalmological society of Bangladesh (OSB) for a new surgical  technique of lens implantation -Iris claw lens.

Research Title: “Pain response and follow up of diabetic patient undergoing PRP using Pattern scan laser system.”

Research Title: “Outcome of posterior iris claw lens implantation of 32 cases: six months follow up.”


Research Title: “Post-Operative Complication of Trabeculectomy in Primary Open Angle Glaucoma- A study of 30 cases.”
Published:Journal of Ophthalmological Society of Bangladesh, ISSN 1609-3259, VOL 34, No 1, April 2007

Phlyctenular keratoconjunctivitis

Research Title: Microbiological study of cases with phlyctenular keratoconjunctivitis
Published: Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Ophthalmology, VOL 17, NO.1 JAN2010

Central corneal thickness & intraocular pressure

Research Title:  Relation between central corneal thickness & intraocular pressure in healthy eyes of Bangladeshi Nationals
Published: Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Ophthalmology, VOL 17, NO.1 JAN2010.

Diabetic retinopathy

Research Title: Relation & characteristics of diabetic retinopathy among patients with & without diabetic nephropathy in Type-2 diabetic patients
Published: Journal of Bangladesh Academy of Ophthalmology, VOL 17, NO.1 JAN2010.


Research Title: “Retinoblastoma and Its Inheritance- A series of Case Report from a Family”
Published: Bangladesh Medical College Journal, VOL 11, July 2006, No 02

March, 2018- till date

Associate Professor (Vitreo-Retina), Department of Ophthalmology, BSMMU.

JULY, 2010-FEBRUARY, 2018

Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, BSMMU.

Oct, 2007 – June, 2010

Assistant Professor in Bangladesh Medical College and Hospital.

May, 2007 – Oct, 2007

Assistant Professor (Department of Ophthalmology) in Uttara Adhunic Medical College & Hospital.

Nov, 2005 – Oct, 2007

Registrar (Department of Ophthalmology) in Bangladesh Medical College and Hospital.

July, 2002- June, 2005

Resident trainee in National Institute of Ophthalmology.


Choroidal osteoma

A 33 years old female presented to us as a case of choroidal osteoma.The tumor was unilateral and in a juxtapapillary site. The tumor was slightly elevated from the retinal plane.Visual acuity was markedly affected. Bscan, fluoroangiography and OCT was performed.

Iris claw lens

The term ‘Aphakia’ means ‘absence of human crystalline lens due to any cause.’ And the term ‘sublaxated lens’ means displacement of lens from its normal position. These conditions may be congenital, or may occur due to trauma. There are many procedures to correct the aphakia or sublaxated lens in patients who have trauma history or a complicated surgery.

Digital Library

He has been working personally with various research and publications for a long time now. During his work he took help from several books and other research papers which he found very helpful and in his concern, he thinks can help several other ophthalmologists like him.
It would be an utmost pleasure for him to provide you with this digital library of his, filled with books related to ophthalmology. He tried his best to make this library as developed and advanced as he could to help you with various aspects of ophthalmology. Feel free to use this library, only then his hard work will pay off.




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