Yasmin Hasbini, M.D.
After graduating from the American University of Beirut with an M.D, Yasmin joined the Office of Women’s Health as the Research Scholar. Since joining in 2019, Yasmin has been responsible for coordinating the research projects of the Office of Women’s health in which she participates in literature reviews, protocol design, data collection, manuscript writing, and more. She coordinated the Coronavirus in Pregnancy and the Newborn collaborative, a research project that studies the outcomes of pregnancies infected with COVID 19. In addition to that, Yasmin’s areas of interest include social determinants of health and their impact on pregnancy outcomes, COVID 19 vaccine during pregnancy, leadership and education, and Arab American and minority health.
As a future clinician, Yasmin is very involved in the new group prenatal care model offered by Make Your Date. She also is involved in the Well Woman Wednesdays program developed by the OWH to increase rates of primary care. She is currently pursuing a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Toledo.
“For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we’re brave enough to be it.”