Dr. Pyar Noorani, a physician with almost 30 years of experience in practicing the sub-specialty of pediatric neurology, has joined the faculty at East Tennessee State University’s James H. Quillen College of Medicine.
He recently joined Quillen as a professor in the ETSU Department of Pediatrics as a pediatric neurologist. Noorani also practices with Quillen ETSU Pediatrics, where he sees patients who are referred for diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of neurological disorders that include seizures, stroke, headaches and brain tumors, as well as developmental disorders such as Tourette syndrome.
Noorani is double-board-certified in pediatrics and neurology with a special qualification in child neurology. He formerly served as chief of the divisions of pediatric neurology at such institutions as West Virginia University-Charleston Division; Louisiana State University Medical Center; and Children’s Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. A lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force Medical Corps, Noorani was chief of pediatric neurology at both Wright-Patterson and Keesler Air Force bases. He completed his fellowship in pediatric neurology at University Medical Center in Jackson, Miss.