Medical Regional Directors – Region 2


Daniel Gomez Ramos

Daniel is a second-year medical student who has previously served as Regional Director during his undergraduate years and first year of medical school. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in neuroscience. He plans to pursue a Master of Public Health in epidemiology and biostatistics. He also is serving as a national leader for the Latino Medical Student Association. Some of his hobbies consist of writing articles, hiking and biking, and traveling.

Tanya Khan

Tanya is a second-year medical student in Northeast Ohio Medical University’s (NEOMED) accelerated BS/MD program.  She completed her undergraduate education at Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Life Science. Tanya began her journey with AMSA national leadership on AMSA’s Community and Public Health Team, having served as your Advocacy Coordinator for the 2016-2017 leadership year.  Tanya is a passionate advocate for public health and an AMSA Public Health Scholar. Among her interests are embroidery, political activism, and golfing.

Jamilah Alhashidi

Jamilah is a medical student at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, class of 2019. She graduated with high distinction and honors from the University of Michigan – Dearborn with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in history. As President of the Alliance for Disability Awareness and Autism Speaks U, she worked extensively in the area of disability awareness, raising thousands of dollars for various nonprofit organizations and educating the student body and community about important initiatives related to disability advocacy. In medical school, she was the Vice President of her local AMSA chapter, as well as the American Academy of Pediatrics Delegate for the Pediatric Interest Group, President of the Muslim Medical Students Association, and Vice President of National Arab American Medical Association.

Throughout the year, she also works as a community health technician in an emergency department in Detroit, offering HIV and HCV testing and counseling to patients. Due to her increased interest in HIV and AIDS, she is currently working on a research project studying the retention rates in care for patients linked to care and the stage of HIV patients are at when diagnosed. She is excited to take on the role of Regional Director and increase her involvement with AMSA while having the opportunity to meet and connect with students from different schools and help to continue to enhance membership and programming. During her free time, you can catch her hanging out with her six siblings, dancing, or watching movies with friends.