Youssra Marjoua

International Medicine Chief

MD, MPP, BS

In her leadership role for Micro C in international medicine, Youssra keenly understands that the Micro C can make surgeries of the extremities more efficient and safer, while bringing mobile fluoroscopy to doctors and patients anywhere in the world. She informs doctors, health system directors, hospital administrators, surgical center managers, and clinic operators about the features and benefits of the Micro C™ fluoroscopy solution. Youssra’s responsibilities include both initiating and responding to emerging relationships with partners in Europe, Asia, South America,  and the Middle East in the areas of research, product, and distribution. Given her extensive academic and professional experience, she leads key research programs for Micro C Imaging.

Youssra began her career-long interest in science and medicine while pursuing a B.S. in Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, from which she graduated magna cum laude. She received a Doctor of Medicine degree from the Yale School of Medicine and also a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. At the Harvard Combined Orthopedic Residency Program Youssra was named Chief Resident in Orthopedic Surgery. Youssra completed her Fellowship in Hand Surgery at the Curtis National Hand Center in Baltimore, MD. From the time she was a medical student, Youssra has volunteered on international missions, including with Operation Rainbow, a nonprofit organization that performs free orthopedic surgery and education in developing countries. Her fluency in French and Arabic has enabled her to communicate readily with medical professionals and patients alike.