Ghassan Noureddine, M.D. is originally from Lebanon, Beirut. He graduated from the American University of Beirut in 1990. His Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine was performed at John Hopkins University. His Allergy and Immunology fellowship was performed at John Hopkins University. Dr. Noureddine's clinical research on Nasal and Bronchial response to Nasal Antigen challenge, in patients with Asthma and Allergic Rhinits, was conducted at John Hopkins University and Baylor College of Medicine. His Pulmonary and Critical Care training was conducted at the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Noureddine has had several articles published including: Nasal Antigen Challenge in Asthmatics: Effects of Cortisone on Nasal and Pulmonary Response, in 1994 Effects of Breathing at High Lung Volumes on Lung Elastic Recoil, in 1996 Nedocromil Sodium Worsens Ozone – Induced Lung Function Changes in Health Non-Smoking Subjects, in 1996 A Method to Improve Safety in Performing Inhaled Antigen Provocation Using Skin Test Titration, in 1997 Dr. Noureddine then started his practice in Houston, Texas at the Texas Medical Center. He has serves as Chief of Pulmonary Medical Staff at Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. He has also been a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Baylor College of Medicine for fifteen years, and has also been recognized as Outstanding Clinical Faculty by Baylor College of Medicine.