Dr. Noble is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at CUMC in the Department of Neurology, Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain, and G.H. Sergievsky Center at Columbia University. Dr. Noble completed residency training in neurology in the Department of Neurology and subsequently behavioral neurology & neuropsychiatry fellowship in the Division of Aging & Dementia and the Taub Institute, both at Columbia University Medical Center. During his fellowship he simultaneously completed a master's degree in neuroepidemiology. His research career and interests have focused on modifiable risk factors and ethic disparities in dementia, neurological health literacy programs, neuroscience training program leadership, as well as sports-related concussion. Dr. Noble is a specialist in Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders and since 2006 has participated in the care of patients in the Lucy G. Moses Memory Disorders Center in the Division of Aging & Dementia and in clinical and research projects in the Alzheimer Disease Research Center at Columbia University, now in its 27th year of funding. He is also a clinician in the Columbia Center for Excellence in Alzheimer Disease program, supported by New York State. He also serves as the co-founder and president of a non-profit organization (Arts & Minds) offering arts-centered museum-based programs for dementia patients and caregivers in New York City, the largest of its kind in the US. Aside from research projects, Dr. Noble served as an neuroepidemiologist for the 2016 Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Medicine's Gulf War & Health Volume 10.