b'30BIOGRAPHIESJudith E. Nelson, MD, JD,is Chief of the Supportive Care Service and Attending Physician on the Critical Care Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. She is an experienced clinician, investigator, educator, mentor, and physician leader. Dr. Nelson has focused on systematic, early integration of palliative care with intensive care and oncologic care. She has been principal investigator of multiple career development and research awards from NIH including an R01 study of symptom experience and associated outcomes and an ongoing study of nurse-led discussions of health-related values with Latinx and other cancer patients. At MSK, Dr. Nelson heads a large, interprofessional and interdisciplinary team of supportive care specialists, while also leading multiple initiatives to enhance primary (non-specialist) supportive care by oncologists and their teams. Nationally, she has led the IPAL-ICU (Improving Palliative Care in the ICU) Project sponsored by NIH and the Center to Advance Palliative Care and is the Founding Chair of the Supportive Care Committee of the Alliance of Dedicated Cancer Centers. [email protected] Nelson, MD, PhD,is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto and a pediatric palliative care physician at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her research focuses on supporting family decision making for children with life-threatening illnesses. She is an AAHPM Research Scholar. [email protected] Nouri, MD, MPH,is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Palliative Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. Her research is focused on achieving equity in access to high-quality palliative care among racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse populations. Her current scholarly work includes community-engaged research in advance care planning among Black, Chinese, and Latinx communities in San Francisco and mixed methods research to better understand use of and outcomes associated with digital health in palliative care. She is committed to mentoring learners and increasing workforce diversity in palliative care. Dr. Nouri is a member of the San Francisco Palliative Care Workgroups Steering Committee, which works to increase Franciscans access to advance care planning and palliative care. Dr. Nouri is a 2022 NPCRC grantee. [email protected] Odejide, MD, MPH,isa hematologic oncologist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on characterizing factors that impact quality of care for patients with hematologic cancers, particularly at the end of life, with the ultimate goalof developing effective and scalable interventions to improve care. Dr. Odejide is a recipient of the 2016 NPCRC Junior Faculty Career Development Award. [email protected]'