Member Spotlight

As the largest pre-medical community on campus, we have hundreds of members who accomplish great things throughout the semester. This page is dedicated to the top AMSA members who were previously highlighted on our social media or during a general body meeting. The following people exemplify the mission of our chapter and are regarded as leaders within the AMSA community!

Fall 2020

Kayla Johnson, 4th year

“Kayla served as the Vice President: Foundation for her sorority this past year. She was able to create a new philanthropy event during the pandemic that accounted for COVID safety and still raised more money than any previous philanthropy event! She also raised a guide dog for the Guide Dog Foundation and volunteers at Piedmont Regional.”


Hardhik Kummamuru, 2nd year

“He has been very involved with AMSA both this year and last. Hardhik always has great ideas and suggestions, and you can tell he is extremely passionate about medicine and healthcare! Over the summer, he moderated virtual conversations about various healthcare topics with people from all over the country and he's continued that with Grant during our Town Halls. Lastly, he is powering through his first semester of ochem and is doing great!”


Misha Ul-Islam, 3rd year

“Misha is part of this year's SGA cabinet. She has been working on many different reforms for the student body, such as improving the UGA app and conducting surveys about student interest on a post-graduate resource library. The latter is especially helpful for any pre-health student who's in need of study resources for MCAT, DAT, GRE, PCAT, etc. While being part of various organizations, Misha also participates in research at the Georgia Genomics and Bioinformatics Core, where she studies and performs DNA extractions on various plant species. It's Misha's discipline that yields her success. She manages her roles and responsibilities in different organizations efficiently, all while helping others, whether it's through SGA reforms or volunteering at the hospital.”