I started my career in medicine during high school when I volunteered with emergency medical team in Ramallah, West Bank through the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. I completed my undergraduate education at Case Western Reserve University where I was first exposed to basic science research at the biochemistry department. After graduating with a BA in biochemistry with minor in chemistry, I attended the University of Michigan Medical School where I was involved in basic science research in the genetics department and spent an extra year at the School of Public Health to complete a Master’s of Science degree in clinical research. I completed Internal Medicine residency at Mayo Clinic and started the Clinician Investigator program. I am currently a Cardiology fellow at Mayo Clinic. I am interested in electrophysiology and am involved in several research projects that focus on developing new technologies to optimize the safety and efficacy of catheter ablations and monitoring.