Neelum T. Aggarwal, MD, is a population health neurologist and clinical researcher in the field of aging. She is an Associate Professor and Faculty member in the Departments of Neurological Sciences and the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. She is a Principal Investigator for multiple NIA and industry sponsored Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials, is the Director of Research – Rush Heart Center for Women and is a Co- Principal Investigator for the Community Engagement for Early Recognition and Immediate Action in Stroke (CEERIAS), a PCORI funded grant, that seeks to reduce stroke disparities in Chicago’s under served communities. In addition to serving as the Vice Chair of the Women Physician Section of the American Medical Association, she is also serves as the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA). Constantly focusing on best practices for the integration of medicine and technology, she is an active Chicago Innovation Mentor and a MATTER mentor. She has a clinical practice and also serves as a grant reviewer, consultant to a variety of profit and non-profit organizations, and participates on multiple advisory boards that draw upon her unique and diverse skill set as a clinician-researcher.