Dr Shahin Sheriar Nooreyezdan was born to Baha’i parents on 11th October 1961 in Mumbai. He underwent his schooling at St Peter’s School, followed by Junior College at Kishinchand Chellaram College, Mumbai.
From Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior graduated with his MBBS degree in 1984. In 1988 completed his training with a Master of Surgery degree.
He was awarded his M. Ch. degree in Plastic Surgery from PGIMER in 1992, after which he went to the U.K., where he worked at the Regional Burns and Hand Surgery Unit at St Andrew’s Hospital, Billericay.
At the Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi since 1995 He has done extensive work in post cancer reconstructions, especially breast cancer in this part of the country. He is also an extremely skilled burns and micro vascular surgeon, skills which has helped save lives and successfully reattach amputated limbs.
He is a one of the founder member of the Breast Cancer Patient’s Benefit Foundation. In March 2005 Dr Nooreyezdan initiated “Project Hope” along with the Bahai’s of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. He identified 33 Christian orphans from the Tsunami affected Nicobar Islands and relocated them at The Tadong Baha’i School, Sikkimfor their education. He and his family continues to support them to this day. Dr Nooreyezdan aids, assists and provides financial support for an English and Moral Education project for over a hundred children from a low income group colony, Harkesh Nagar.