Justin Hubenak, MD
Medical School: Texas A&M Health Science Center
Interests: 5Ks, basketball, skiing, hiking and tuning cars around the world.
Of Note: Justin spent three years working as a research assistant in the Tissue Regeneration and Molecular Cell Engineering Labs at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He has extensive experience volunteering in his community, both with hurricane relief and student-run clinics. Justin has a real appreciation for family medicine and enjoys working with patients directly and personally.
Nallely Barron-Garcia, MD
Medical School: University of Kansas
Interests: Soccer, bowling, reading and couponing.
Of Note: Nallely served as secretary and treasurer for the American Medical Women’s Association and as secretary for the American College of Medical Genetics Student Group. She volunteered at the KC Care Clinic providing health care services to underprivileged patients. Nallely seeks to give back to her multicultural community and is an advocate for minority individuals.
Andrew Sprouse, MD
Medical School: University of Oklahoma
Interests: Travel, reading, sports, politics and music.
Of Note: While in medical school, Andrew served as president of both the Business in Medicine Interest Group and the Technology in Medicine Interest Group. He spent his free time volunteering at health clinics and health fairs providing health education. He also acted as clinic liaison at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital for the Uninsured coordinating student volunteers.
Alexandra Lawson, MD
Medical School: Wright State University, Ohio
Interests: Soccer, traveling, jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles and reading.
Of Note: Alexandra earned an MD/MPH dual degree as part of the Physician Leadership Development Program. She served as communications director for the STEPS Health Initiative, an interdisciplinary student health organization that engages with underserved homeless populations. She has also held the positions of president for the Physician Leadership Development program in Dayton, OH, and webmaster for national Project Nicaragua.
Ainslee Juarbe, MD
Medical School: University of South Florida Health – Morsani College of Medicine
Interests: Drawing, sketching, baking, dancing and volleyball.
Of Note: Ainslee has been a long-term volunteer with the Valley Youth House, an organization that helps foster relationships and provide medical exams for homeless and disadvantaged youth. She also served as president for the Family Medicine Interest Group developing workshops and networking events to engage students in the field of Family Medicine.
Margaret Louise Hebert, MD
Medical School: Louisiana State University
Interests: Soccer, fitness, music, reading and traveling.
Of Note: During all four years of medical school, Margaret held the position of secretary for the Shreveport School of Medicine Class of 2018. She served as liaison for the Area Health Education Center office helping with medical school recruiting events for high school and college students. Margaret also functioned as president for the Family Medicine Interest Group.
Michelle Ayazo, MD
Medical School: Florida State University
Interests: Weight lifting, healthy eating, dancing, knitting, hot yoga, hiking and kayaking.
Of Note: Michelle helped establish the Chapman Community Health Program, a long term outreach program offering preventative health screens and health education to families who experienced or were at risk of homelessness. She volunteered as a mentor for high school students in a residential summer program and was dedicated to minority enrichment in the medical field.
Adeeb Rohani, MD
Medical School: Florida International University
Interests: Volunteering, research, playing classical music on the piano and reading.
Of Note: As co-president of the Family Medicine Interest Group, Adeeb helped organize events with local community leaders. As co-leader of the Junior Youth Empowerment Program for children in underserved areas, he helped them undertake service projects within the community. Adeeb also spent time as a student tutor, receiving the 2018 Tutor of the Year Award.