Team Member, M2
Highlights: Hanna Berlin is a second-year student at the University of Michigan Medical School. In medical school, Hanna serves as vice president of the American Women’s Medical Association, co-coordinator of Women’s Health and Fitness Day, co-leader of the sexual assault prevention group, SafeMD, president of the Jewish Medical Student Association, and is one of the founders of UMMS’s first pre-orientation wilderness program, Creating Adventurous and Mindful Physicians (CAMP). She enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and dancing in the student-produced charity dance show, Biorhythms. Prior to starting medical school, Hanna worked as a medical assistant at a pediatrics office for two years and as a medical scribe at a family medicine clinic for one year.
Education: Hanna earned a BA in neuroscience with a minor in Judaic studies from the University of Michigan in 2015. She began her MD in summer of 2017.
As a medical assistant, was responsible for recording patient histories, taking vital signs, performing various medical procedures, administering vaccinations, and phlebotomy. Managed laboratory test orders and results, including informing patients of results. Trained new medical assistant hires.
As a medical scribe, shadowed physicians and recorded and organized their medical notes. Assisted physicians in maintaining a punctual schedule.
Led the 11th annual Women’s Health and Fitness Day, a free, one-day event to engage women from the local community in various topics in women’s health which took place in January 2018. Coordinated the donations collections, speaker recruitment, advertisement to participants, and logistics planning for the day.