|Born:||November 18, 2345|
|Assignment(s):||Chief medical officer|
|Children:||Aoki, Kairi, Kaiden|
Amanda Talbot entered Starfleet Academy in 2360 at the age of 15 as a child prodigy and graduated in 2367. She interned with Doctor Beverly Crusher in 2368 aboard the USS Enterprise-D. Amanda was on Earth, while the Enterprise was in orbit investigating the incident with Nova Squadron, it was then she met Maxime Plumley while she was visiting a mutual friend.
In 2369, Amanda was assigned to the Steamrunner-class, USS Hiroshima. She served as one of the ship's doctors until 2380 when Captain Jermaine Allensworth chose her to be his Chief Medical officer aboard the USS Alexandria-A.
In 2373, with war with the Dominion on the horizon, Amanda was pregnant with her first child and granted maternity leave, it was because of this Amanda proposed to Maxime. After the war, with Amanda pregnant for the second time, the two of them found a home on Cestus III. After the birth of the twins, Amanda returned to active duty.
Even though her family was home on Cestus III, Amanda enjoyed her assignment aboard the Alexandria. She had thought about bringing her family aboard but when she heard about Jeremy Aster, she couldn't bear to have something similar happen. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Requiem")
Plumley found out that the Hoshi Sato from a universe where the Borg had destroyed the Federation, was not pregnant and that all the symptoms that the crew were experiencing were due to the injuries their counterparts had obtained. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Sands of September")
With an overload in Sickbay, Plumley had to evacuate the injured crewmembers off the deck before it exploded and was exposed to the vacuum of space. After the destruction of the Alexandria, Plumley was informed that the Terran Empire had attacked and captured Cestus III. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Distant Stars")
With the fate of her family unknown, Amanda pushed her personal issues aside and delivered Dustin's and Hoshi's twin girls, Kyou and Ryou at Deep Space 9 with the assistance of Doctor Julian Bashir. After Allensworth's collapse, she finally found a cure to the captain's disease. It lay in the genetic structure of the captain's father, Keith Allensworth. Plumley performed the procedure that would cure the captain of his disease. However, Amanda later found a flaw in her cure, a mutation in Keith's DNA, and she was stuck with a dilemma; not treat Keith's DNA to which he would die or treat Keith's DNA and lose the ability to treat the captain. After being convinced by his father, Jermaine Allensworth made the decision for the doctor. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Catalyst of Sorrows")
She attended to the injured in main engineering during the final battle against the ISS Alexandria. She asked Commander Sparhawk for his assistance when he showed up but he injected her with ambizine, rending her unconscious so he could sacrifice himself to save the ship. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Where Mortals Are Forbidden")
After the warEdit
Amanda, along with the rest of the bridge crew, was transported to a brutal point in Earth's history. She, as well as her husband and three kids were sent to 2155 in Montreal, Canada. She was in a Starfleet embassy when a bomb, set off by Terra Prime agent Julia McKenzie, went off and killed her family. (Star Trek: Odyssey: "Dining on Ashes")
Amanda took advantage of her time at Earth while the Enterprise was in orbit investigating Nova Squadron. She visited a friend in Quebec, Canada. It was there when she met Maxime.
After finding out she was pregnant, Amanda proposed to Maxime. Amanda and Maxime were married in 2373. Seven months later, she gave birth to their first child, Aoki. In 2375, Amanda and Maxime found a home on Cestus III and she became pregnant for the second time with the twins, Kairi and Kaiden.
|First Year Cadet||2363-64||Starfleet Academy|
|Second Year Cadet||2364-65|
|Third Year Cadet||2365-66|
|Fourth Year Cadet||2366-67|
|Lieutenant Junior Grade||2371-2374|
|Commander||2380-2381||Chief medical officer, USS Alexandria|
|2381||Chief medical officer, USS Alexandria|