Chief Resident of Digital Psychiatry, Yale Department of Psychiatry
Dr. Sofia Noori is the Chief Resident of Digital Psychiatry and the Chief Resident of Quality Improvement at the Yale Department of Psychiatry. At Yale she served as the curriculum lead for Innovation to Impact, a NIDA-funded substance use entrepreneurship program. She is a founding member of the Center for Digital Psychiatry at the Connecticut Mental Health Center, which aims to integrate digital health in the care of patients with serious mental illness. Dr. Noori also leads the psychiatry and technology group in the Yale Department of Psychiatry and was an organizer of HackMentalHealth Yale. She is a 2019 scholar at Flare Capital Partners in Boston, MA.
Aside from her endeavors in digital health, she is the co-founder of the Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale, the first academic and trainee-led conference focused on women’s wellbeing in the nation.
During medical school, Dr. Noori worked at multiple start-ups including Lyra Health and Health 2.0. At Health 2.0, Dr. Noori wrote the firm’s quarterly digital health trend and funding reports. She co-founded an admissions consulting firm during medical school and a digital health venture during graduate school.
Dr. Noori is an MD graduate of the PRIME program at UCSF School of Medicine, a dual-degree program that trains emerging physician-leaders to transform care for underserved populations. She received her MPH in health policy and management at UC Berkeley. She is passionate about improving care for “forgotten populations,” including the seriously mentally ill, and the use of technology to improve health equity. In her free time, she enjoys playing jazz on her saxophone and cooking.
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