Junaid Nabi is a fellow in bioethics at Harvard Medical School. A surgeon from Kashmir, his Harvard research focuses on disparities in surgical care, international health policy, bioethics, and innovations in health care. Nabi was a volunteer with Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and International Committee of the Red Cross in Dhaka at the 2013 garment-factory collapse in Bangladesh, providing emergency and essential surgical care. He subsequently launched a nonprofit that conducts social-innovation research and provides medical assistance with logistic support at natural or industrial disasters. Named one of Kashmir’s youngest public intellectuals at 26, Nabi was a 2017 Harvard Graduate School Leadership Fellow and is a 2018 Aspen New Voices Fellow.