Dr. Hisham Arar

Hisham H. Arar, M.D.


Cataracts, Comprehensive Eye Care, Corneal Disease, Diabetic Eye Care, Dry Eye, Glaucoma, Urgents


Cincinnati Eye Institute

Get to Know Dr. Arar

Dr. Arar completed his undergraduate degree at Xavier University and his graduate degree at the University of Dayton. While at the University of Dayton, he presented and published many papers in the field of biomedical engineering. He then attended the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship in eye research involving corneal wound healing and macular degeneration. Dr. Arar presented his work at the Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology and received the Ohio Lion’s Eye Research Foundation Fellowship for his research. After his residency at the University of Cincinnati, he completed a six-month rotation in cataract and implant surgery with Robert Osher, M.D. at Cincinnati Eye Institute.

  • Education & Training
  • Memberships & Affiliations
  • Honors & Awards
Education & Training
  • Bachelor of Science
    Xavier University
  • Master’s of Science
    University of Dayton
  • Medical Degree
    University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
  • Post Doctorate in Eye Research: Corneal Wound Healing and Macular Degeneration
    University of Cincinnati
  • Internship
    Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
  • Residency
    University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Memberships & Affiliations
  • American Board of Ophthalmology
  • American Medical Association
  • Ohio State Medical Association
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • Former President of the Cincinnati Society of Ophthalmology
Honors & Awards
  • Ohio Lion’s Eye Research Foundation Fellowship Recipient
  • Selected for “Best Doctors in America”
  • Selected for “Cincinnati Top Doctors”

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