Our Medical Team

Medical Students

 

Ariana Naaseh
Ariana Naaseh

Chair
B.S Cognitive Science, UC Berkeley

 

I’m passionate about public health, working with children and understanding cognition. I worked as a Study Coordinator at UCSF in Ophthalmology which motivated my desire to pursue medicine and ultimately a career in academics. I love being involved on campus, staying active, and exploring new places with friends!

 

Benjamin Vanderschelden

 

Benjamin Vanderschelden

Weekly Coordinator
B.S. Cognitive Science, UC Berkeley

 

I went into medicine because I want to change people’s lives for the better and this is the most fun, interesting, and meaningful way I know how to. I love to exercise, play guitar and piano, watch my favorite shows, and hang out with my two cats.

 

Rachel Stiner

 

Rachel Stiner

Weekly Coordinator
B.S. Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley

 

I worked as a research coordinator in neuro-oncology and pulmonology prior to medical school. I hope to pursue a career in oncology or a related subspecialty. My hobbies include hiking, playing guitar, and traveling.

 

Yvonne Lu

 

Yvonne Lu

Clinic Integration
B.S. Neuroscience, Duke University

 

I am very interested in the multidimensional nature of medicine, and aim to adopt a comprehensive approach addressing the biopsychosocial and political aspects of care. In my free time, I enjoy boxing, traveling, reading, and playing the violin.

 

 

Kevin Bera

 

Kevin Bera

EMR Coordinator
B.S. Biological Sciences, USC

 

My motivation for medicine stemmed from my desire of teaching and helping others. In college, I taught in inner city high schools about health related topics, and it gave me ultimate satisfaction to be a role model and help guide these teenagers lives. I’ve always loved the medical sciences and taught medicine was the right path for me. I enjoy playing and watching all types of sports as well as going on road trips.

 

Kaajal Visnagra

 

Kaajal Visnagra
Community Outreach
B.S. Biology, UCLA

 

In the past, I’ve researched biomarkers of ASD, volunteered with UCLA Childlife, taught underserved children about the brain, coordinated clinical trials in the ED, and worked as a Respite Care Provider. Outside of medicine, I enjoy hiking, slam poetry, cooking, soccer (#coyg), and music. I love trying new food places/recipes and finding cozy study spots with outlets, large tables, and natural lighting.

 

Janice Chua

 

Janice Chua
Mentorship
B.S. Molecular and Cell Biology – Neurobiology, UC Berkeley

 

My motivation for medicine stems from a desire to work with medically underserved populations that face barriers to care due to sociocultural and health literacy obstacles, and a desire to encourage cultural competency amongst health care professionals. Prior to medical school, I worked as a medical scribe, lab researcher, and at a health tech startup.

 

Haytham Effarah

 

Haytham Effarah
Internal Affairs
B.S. Physics, UC Davis

 

Promoting good health and providing care to the ill is neither simple nor easy, but it is rewarding. I’m an MD/PhD student at UC Irvine, so my angle at studying medicine is more focused on applying clinical knowledge toward meaningful research in order to forward our understanding of medicine. In addition to being a medical student, I like to play the trumpet and sail!

 


Our Doctors

 

Dr. Tipu V. Khan, M.D., FAAFP

Founding Board President and
Volunteer Provider

Dr. Amina Z. Haggag, M.D.

Medical Director

 

Mobashshera Jabeen, P.A.

Associate Medical Director

Dr. Sabeen Munib, M.D.

 

Dr. Sabeen Munib, M.D.

Dr. Randa Serag, M.D.

 

Dr. Sobia Hasan, M.D.

Dr. Mehrunisa Mohammadi

 

Dr. Habib Khan, M.D.

Dr. Farah Ameeri, D.O.

 

Amena Ali, P.A.

Dr. Zeenath Masood, M.D.

 

Dr. Cesar Barra

Dr. Shadia Ahmed