Dr. Habash attended the University of Maryland, School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts Family Practice Residency program. She has focused on community health care settings in urban underserved populations, maternal-infant health, and has worked extensively with Healthcare for the Homeless. Dr. Habash is a member of the AAFP; American Medical Women’s Association and was a recipient of the Howard C. Silver Scholarship for accomplishments in community service and the Humanism in Medicine Award. Her professional interests include homeless health care, domestic violence, cultural sensitivity, refugee health, and social justice in medicine.
- University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD
- Duke University, BA
- Duke University, BS
- Published on 7/1/1991
Pavlovskis OR, Rollins DM, Haberberger RL, Green AE, Habash L, Strocko S, Walker RI. Significance of flagella in colonization resistance of rabbits immunized with Campylobacter spp. Infect Immun. 1991 Jul; 59(7):2259-64. PMID: 2050397.