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Full Name: Alyssa Ogawa
Species: Human
Gender: Female
Born: 2343
Affiliation: Federation Starfleet
Family
Parents: Father: Kenada Ogawa
Mother: Luci Ogawa
Marital Status: Married
Spouse(s): Andrew Powell
Children: Suzi Powell
Career
Previous Assignment: Head Nurse, USS Enterprise-E
Assignment: Head Nurse, USS Titan
Rank: Lieutenant
Insignia: Image:2370s sci lt.png

Alyssa Ogawa was a human female in Starfleet in the 24th century.

Alyssa, the daughter of Luci and Kenada Ogawa was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Earth in 2343. In 2361, Alyssa entered the Starfleet Medical Nursing Program and graduated in 2365 in the 95th percentile. After attaining the rank of Ensign, Ogawa was assigned to Starbase 133 under Doctor Dalen Quaice. (ST video game: Starship Creator)

In late 2365, Ogawa was transferred from Starbase 133 and was assigned to the nursing staff aboard the USS Enterprise-D under Chief medical officer Katherine Pulaski. In early 2366, she accompanied Pulaski on a mission of mercy to the Cardassian space station Terok Nor in the Bajoran system when a variation of the deadly Double Helix virus was infecting Cardassian and Bajoran alike with a 100% fatality rate. (TNG - Double Helix novel: Vectors)

Upon her return to the Enterprise she began serving under Dr. Beverly Crusher. Ogawa and Crusher became friends, and Crusher was so impressed with her work that she recommended that Ogawa be promoted to lieutenant, junior grade in 2370. (TNG episode: "Lower Decks")

Ogawa also developed a relationship with Lieutenant Andrew Powell from engineering and the two became engaged in 2370, and the two conceived a child together later that year, and was born in 2371. (TNG episodes: "Lower Decks", "Genesis")

In the novel The Genesis Wave, Book 3, which takes place in 2377, Ogawa's child was a girl named Suzi, and her husband Andrew was still alive. In the ongoing Star Trek: Titan series, however, the child is a boy named Noah Powell, and Andrew had been killed in the Dominion War.

Following the loss of the Enterprise-D in 2371, Ogawa was promoted to full lieutenant, and assigned to the new USS Enterprise-E. (TNG movie: First Contact)

Following Andrew's death, Alyssa and Noah became very close to Enterprise shipmate Ranul Keru, who had suffered a similar loss. Noah came to consider the Trill to be an uncle.

In 2379, Ogawa and Noah transfered to the USS Titan during its exploratory mission of the Gum Nebula, where she served under Chief Medical Officer Shenti Yisec Eres Ree. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)

Alternate realities

Alyssa Ogawa existed in other realities as well. In the second to last reality that Worf, son of Mogh visited while shifting through different realities, Alyssa Ogawa was a full medical doctor, and was serving as chief medical officer of the Enterprise. (TNG episode: "Parallels")

Appendices

USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E medical and counseling personnel
chief medical officer B. CrusherStevenson ship's counselor D. TroiT'LanaHegol D. UFP emblem. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
other medical personnel AmaviaJ. JurotB. McGlynnMeldokA. MimouniE. NeilA. OgawaRymondTh'ShelasTroppS. WeinsteinZseizaz
see also: engineering personneloperations personnelpilots & flight control personnelsecurity & tactical personnelsciences personnelsenior staffmiscellaneous
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