Dr. Mussallem is a consultant in the Division of Hematology Oncology at Mayo Clinic, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Medical Director for Mayo Clinic Florida Humanities in Medicine. She is double board-certified including a board certification in Lifestyle Medicine. In 2015, she founded the Integrative Medicine and Breast Health Program at Mayo Clinic Florida, a patient-centered program that works with breast cancer patients during and after a breast cancer diagnosis, introducing them early on to the importance of lifestyle optimization alongside conventional cancer treatments with a goal to reframe cancer as a “teacher of life,” leading patients to discover renewed vitality through healthier living. Dr. Mussallem is active in medical education, which includes director of the Lifestyle Medicine Residency Curriculum at Mayo Clinic and co-director for the International Medical Breast Training Program. She is Chief Executive Editor for the National Consortium of Breast Centers and Breast Wellness Magazine. She serves as the physician for Blue Zones Jacksonville Steering Committee. In recognition of her work, Dr. Mussallem was named 2022 American College of Physicians Volunteerism in Medicine Award and the 2021 Marquis Who’s Who in America Top Doctor for her leadership, dedication, and achievements in integrative oncology.