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Kim Noble, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

Kimberly Noble, MD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, with a joint interdisciplinary appointment at the Sergievsky Center. Her research focuses on socioeconomic disparities in child neurocognitive development, with an emphasis on reading and language development. She is interested in understanding the mechanisms and timecourse via which differences in childhood exposures and experiences contribute to specific neurocognitive outcomes, and in applying this knowledge to the development of public health-focused interventional strategies.
She completed her undergraduate, graduate, and medical degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, and her pediatrics residency at Columbia University Medical Center / Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian, where she was selected for the Community Pediatrics track. She was the recipient of the Mailman School of Public Health Dean's NYC Schools Challenge, and is a co-principal investigator on a grant to plan the followup of a large, epidemiological birth cohort on SES disparities and subsequent neurocognitive outcomes.

Education & Training

Contact Information

630 W. 168th St.
P&S Box 16
New York, NY 10032
USA Phone
work: 212-305-1112
Email : kgn2106@columbia.edu

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