Clinic Manager, All of Us Research Program
Henry Ford Health
Anthony has been with Henry Ford since 2013 working in the Center for Health Policy and Health Services Research. He graduated from Michigan State University with his undergraduate degree in Human Biology and completed his Master’s in Biomedical Sciences through Wayne State University. While completing his Master’s, Anthony was working as a Research Assistant at the Center on multiple research projects ranging from congestive heart failure to mental health.
Currently, he is the Clinic Manager for the NIH funded All of Us Research Program at the Center, which is looking to change the way we approach medicine across the nation and incorporating continuous health data feedback, mental health, environmental factors, genomics and more in our medical decision making. He is also a member of MCACHE and is the Communications Chair for the Henry Ford ERG group eMERGe, a testament to his Lebanese roots.
Anthony’s aspiration is to help people; to build and improve on the infrastructure developed by our ancestors, so we can continue to grow for generations to come. He enjoys experiencing different cultures, playing volleyball, reading, movies and spending time with family and friends.