Dr. Noshene Ranjbar is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson, Department of Psychiatry and Director of the Integrative Psychiatry Clinic at Banner - UMC South. She serves as Division Chief for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, as well as Training Director for the Integrative Psychiatry Fellowship. Dr. Ranjbar’s interests include integrative psychiatry, health disparities with a focus on Native American and immigrant mental health, and mind-body medicine. Dr. Ranjbar is involved in advocacy for refugees seeking asylum to the United States. She also serves as faculty at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine where she is involved in building health promotion programs within Native communities.
Noshene E. Ranjbar, MD
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry - (Clinical Scholar Track)
Director, Integrative Psychiatry Clinic
- MD: University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2002
- BA: University of Virginia, 1998
Honors and Awards
- Special Project Faculty Initiative Award, University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry, 2014
- Farley Fund Fellowship Award, Boston Children's Hospital, 2012
- Senior Resident Award for Best Overall Performance, University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry, 2012
- University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry, Psychiatry, 2009-2012
- Middlesex Hospital Family Practice Residency Program, Family Medicine, 2003-2004
- University of Arizona, Integrative Medicine, 2014-2016
- Harvard Medical School/Boston Children's Hospital, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2012-2014
- American Board of Integrative Medicine, 2017
- American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2016
- American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - General Psychiatry, 2015
Renjbar, N., and M. Erb, "Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care in Rehabilitation Clinical Practice,” Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation (2019)., 2019.
Ranjbar, N., K. Alexander, M. Erb, and M. Gleason, "Psychiatric-Legal Partnerships Addressing Family Separation at the Border and the Long-Term Effects of Trauma", American Journal of Family Law, 09/2019.