Wayne State University
School of Medicine- EBoard
Tala Al-Saghir is an M1 at Wayne State University School of Medicine and the current President of the WSUSOM NAAMA NextGen Chapter. She completed her bachelor's degree at the University of Michigan with a double major in Biomolecular Science and Gender and Health. Tala enjoys traveling and hanging out with friends and family during her time off.
Zaina Khoury is currently an M1 at WSUSOM and the Vice President of its NAAMA NextGen chapter. She studied biopsychology, cognition, and neuroscience in undergrad at the University of Michigan. She’s interested in psychiatry but excited to learn more about other specialties! In her free time, Zaina loves listening to music.
Brandon Askar is an M1 at WSUSOM and serves as the Collaboration Coordinator for NAAMA NextGen at WSUSOM. He Graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor's degree in Cell Molecular Biology. In his free time, Brandon enjoys watching FC Barcelona and playing soccer.
Muneer Hasso is an M1 at WSUSOM and serves as the Outreach Coordinator for NAAMA NextGen at WSUSOM. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and a minor in Arab American Studies. In his free time, Muneer enjoys watching Detroit sports and playing the cello.
Osama Alkhalili is the Research Chair for NAAMA NextGen at WSUSOM. He is currently an M1 after completing a Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience at the University of Michigan. Osama enjoys watching and playing basketball, spending time with family, and exploring new things.
Michael Durgham is an M1 at WSUSOM where he serves as the CHIP Vision Clinic coordinator and a WSUSOM ambassador. He graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy with a Bachelor of Science in biology and a minor in philosophy. His professional interests include health care ethics and public health policy. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, cooking, and traveling.
Clinical Coordinator - CHIP Vision
Haneen Ali earned her degree in Honors Biological Sciences at Wayne State University and she is now a first year medical student at Wayne's School of Medicine. She is the social chair for NAAMA NextGen. She hopes to expand NAAMA NextGen's social platform and connection with the community. She has interest in working with undeserved communities. She is undecided about her specialty, but is fascinated by pediatric surgery, women's health, cardiology, and emergency medicine.