Noor Joudi, MD graduated from the University of Miami after completing a combined B.S./M.D. program. She graduated college summa cum laude with degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology. She graduated medical school with Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, research distinction, and a certificate in Health Law.
During medical school, Dr. Joudi held several leadership roles including student government president for four years, student representative on the UM Board of Trustees and Faculty Senate, and led the LCME Accreditation process and new medical school Dean search. During medical school, Dr. Joudi provided medical care to several underserved communities in the Dominican Republic. Her intern year was spent in Chicago at McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University. She then returned home to the Bay Area to complete residency at Stanford Hospital.
Dr. Joudi has engaged in various research activities resulting in several peer-reviewed papers, first author publications, and national presentations. She has received recognition for presentation of her research, including Winning Oral Communication at an international conference and Best Poster at a local conference. Her passion for engagement extended to residency, where she served as ACOG District IX Junior Fellow Secretary-Treasurer, residency Chief of Wellness during COVID, and the Chief of Quality Improvement.
She is thrilled to be continuing her training at Stanford under the guidance of incredible mentors and among the supportive Stanford community.