"Integrating Health Equity in Medical Education: the Time is Now” will feature Dr. Nada Fadul, Assistant Dean for Diversity, Education and Inclusion Programs at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Bio Dr. Nada Fadul is an Assistant Dean and Professor of Medicine at the Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). She is the Medical Director of the UNMC’s Specialty Care Center and the Principal Investigator of the Ryan White Parts C&D grants. She completed her medical degree from the University of Khartoum-Faculty of Medicine in Sudan and subsequently completed her training in the US. She has published in peer-reviewed journals, authored and coauthored several abstracts and book chapters, presented her research at national and international meetings, and mentored several students and trainees. She served on the Leadership Development and the Awards Committees of the national HIV Medical Association, serves as an Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) advocacy liaison, and was chosen to join the inaugural IDSA Leadership Institute. She is active in advocacy for humanitarian issues facing Sudan and volunteers at several local and national community organizations; is the Vice-Chair of the Sudanese American Public Affairs Association (www.sapaa.org) and the Association of Sudanese American Professors in America( www.asapa-us.org ). She enjoys writing Arabic poetry, reading, and traveling with her family.