Carine Davila, MD was most recently a Palliative Care Clinical Fellow through Harvard’s Interprofessional Palliative Care Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. In three separate years, Dr. Davila was recognized as a Young Scholar in SGIM (Society for General Internal Medicine), a national award presented to a group of 25 promising young scholars based on academic achievement and research interest, and she presented her work at the SGIM annual meetings. For the presidential election in 2016, Dr. Davila mobilized resources to bolster the voting rights of patients in a safety-net hospital; she expanded those efforts to reach an even greater number of patients for the election in 2018. Dr. Davila seeks to gain the skills and experience necessary to narrow disparities in serious illness and end-of-life care for Latinx patients and families. Dr. Davila received her medical degree in 2016 from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and completed her internal medicine residency at University of California, San Francisco in 2019, where she received the Keith Johnson Award, given to the second-year resident who best exemplifies the personal and professional qualities of a UCSF physician.