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Noly Pierre-Louis, MD


About Noly Pierre-Louis

Dr. Pierre-Louis is a Neurologist and Neuro-intensivist who is currently enrolled in the Fellowship training in Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology. Her energy, passion and multidisciplinary expertise make her an invaluable difference in each patient’s life. She migrated from Haiti to join her family in New Jersey during her youngster’s age. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biotechnology at Kean University in New Jersey and right after she attended to UMDNJ to complete her Master’s Degree in Biomedical Science. While obtaining her master degree; she received a scholarship to attend Ross University in Dominica. She went to Dominica for two years to complete her first two years of medical school; then she moved back into the States to complete the clinical parts of medical school - mostly in Miami, Fl, New York, NY, and Bethesda, MD. While in Maryland, she had the opportunity of the medical clinical research opportunity at NIH in Bethesda, MD. After she graduated medical school, she completed her Neurology residency program in Milwaukee, WI at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She then moved to Dallas to complete a Fellowship in Neuro-Critical Care at the UTSW.

She is also a physician in the US Military as a Captain Flight of Surgeon - AirForce Reserve. She also has a passion to serve the underserved communities by volunteers in the inner city and serve abroad with Mission trip. She sponsors several medical groups domestically and abroad like Shriners Hospitals for Children, The Last Well in Liberia, Impact Ministry, Medical trip in Guatemala, and World Medical Mission/Samaritan.

She is also a member of the Society of NeuroCritical Care and Neurointerventional Surgery and treats a wide range of neurological disorders, but her particular clinical interests include endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms, subarachnoid hemorrhage, acute strokes and carotid artery stenosis. My personal philosophy of care incorporates making a difference in patients care starting of with the art of listening to the patient’s concerns and promptly formulating an appropriate multidisciplinary treatment plan that adheres to evidence-based guidelines and utilizes state-of-the-art Neurointerventional technologies and tools to optimize clinical outcomes. My greatest heart passion is taking time to talk and listen to my patients and their families.


Medical School
Ross University, Roseau, Dominica

Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Neuro-Critical Care, UTSW, Dallas, TX

Certifications & Memberships

Neurology (BC), Neuro-Critical Care (BE)





Office Locations

1600 Coit Road
Suite 104
Plano, TX 75075
Phone: (972) 566-5411
Fax: (972) 519-8337