b'38BIOGRAPHIESJoseph G. Winger, PhD,is a licensed clinical psychologist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, NC. His research focuses on developing and testing psychosocial interventions for patients facing life-limiting illnesses, with an emphasis on addressing spiritual and existential concerns. He is a 2020 NPCRC Kornfeld Scholars Program [email protected] Joanne Wolfe, MD, MPH,is an attending physician with the Pediatric Advanced Care Team, a palliative care service at Boston Childrens Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI). She is also Faculty Vice President for Faculty Development at the DFCI. She is a Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Wolfes primary research interests focus on eliciting child- and family-reported outcomes using web- and app-based technology in seriously ill children and their families, and developing and evaluating palliative care interventions. She co-directs the Pediatric Palliative Care Research Network. Dr. Wolfe is a 2007 ACS [email protected] Woois the finance director at the National Palliative Care Research Center and the Associate Finance Director for the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount [email protected] Christopher Woodrell, MD, MS,is Assistant Professor of Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York, NY) and Staff Physician at the James J. Peters VAMC GRECC (Bronx, NY). He is an early career investigator who studies palliative care for people facing liver disease and liver cancer. He has received an NPCRC Junior Faculty CDA (2017), an American Cancer Society Mentored Research Scholar Grant (2019), and a GEMSSTAR R03 from the NIA (2020). Within AAHPM, he co-founded the Liver Disease Forum. His interests also include family and informal caregiving, surgical palliative care, and organ donation processes at the end of life. [email protected]'