Dr. Amanda Hussein was born and raised in America’s motor city, Detroit, Michigan. She attended Michigan State University for her undergraduate education and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology with honors. Dr. Hussein then completed her medical degree in the heart of Detroit at Wayne State University School of Medicine. During her time in medical school, she was involved in a myriad of professional societies, community outreach projects, and volunteering opportunities, including various free clinics in metro Detroit. Most notably, she was an executive member of the National Arab American Medical Association and singer in the Ultrasounds Medical Acapella group. She was the recipient of the Board of Governors Scholarship for all four years of medical school, the Estelle P. Wachtel-Torres and Raul M. Torres Endowed Scholarship, and the Bruce Carl, M.D. Endowed Scholarship in Family Medicine. Her special interests in medicine are serving underserved populations, preventative medicine, and women’s health. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and cat, being outdoors, traveling, and listening to music. She is thrilled to join the Halifax family!