As per Red's permission:Name:
Trill (not joined)Role/Rank:
Chief Medical OfficerAppearance:
Azadia is an extremely attractive woman of a tall (5'8") and athletic build. Her warm, compassionate, blue-grey eyes are inviting and often her most complemented feature. Dark sandy brown hair frames her face,is often tucked behind her ears, and wrapped neatly into a bun at the nape of her neck. Dimples form upon her cheeks when she smiles and her voice has a gentle, soothing tone that is most beneficial in her line of work. When not in the blue Starfleet medical uniform, Azadia prefers loose, comfortable clothing that doesn't restrict her movement.Personality:
Azadia is confident, calm, compassionate, and intelligent. She is easily approachable, has a great bedside manner, and puts her patients first. Many of her patients have claimed that she has a very calming presence about her. During down time, Azadia enjoys socializing with her crewmates and friends, appreciates receiving attention, and would like a romantic relationship if she ever had time. She is content to not be a host to a symbiont, and has never shown any ambition to apply for the program. She is dedicated to Starfleet and her current assignment.Background:
Born on Trill, Azadia always showed a compassionate, kind nature that often led her to go out of her way to help people and animals. She is the youngest daughter to an older couple and enjoyed a fairly carefree childhood. At a young age she began to show interest in holistic healing. From that interest quickly followed a deeper fascination with medicine.
She received a standard education for her species and upon graduation, promptly applied and was accepted into Starfleet. She attended the Starfleet Medical Academy. There Azadia took advantage of every opportunity she had, and enrolled in engineering extension courses to supplement her medical training. Ultimately, Azadia graduated as co-valedictorian of her class, a burr that still smarts.
Since her graduation from Star Fleet, Azadia has served on four different vessels, a research facility and a space station.