Students & Residents: Who We Are
Dr. Amber Khan has devoted her medical training to health promotion and preventive medicine in various underprivileged communities for the past ten years. She served as a health educator at several schools and community centers focusing on nutrition, physical education, self-esteem, drugs and alcohol, common medical illnesses, preventive medicine, reproductive health, and sexual health. She currently teaches preventive health education at the Detroit free clinic, HUDA.
She is the Chair of the Education Committee for the Islamic Medical Association in North America (IMANA). She provides Islamic health talks for MYNA, ICNA, and ISNA, and leads discussions on women’s health, mental health, and tazkiyah (spiritual health).Dr. Amber Khan also holds an Associates Degree in Islamic Studies from Mishkah University. She has focused her studies on Aqeedah, Dawah, and Tafsir. She leads halaqas at her local masjid for the past 6 years, is an educator for new Muslim classes, and a volunteer Muslim chaplain at women correctional facilities.
Dr. Marium Husain is current Treasurer for the Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA). She grew up and studied in Dayton, and went to Ohio State University for medical school. She did her internal medicine residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital. She now works as an oncology hospitalist at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She has been a part of IMANA for 6 years, actively involved in the student/resident issues as well as women’s health for IMANA
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