Bilal Nadeem is the Graduate Student Coordinator for the Medical Humanities Research Workshop. A Knight-Hennessy Scholar, Bilal is a first-year PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford and a prospective MD student at the Yale School of Medicine. Prior to arriving at Stanford, Bilal was a Measey Surgical Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, where he studied intraoperative molecular imaging in the Division of Thoracic Surgery. As a Lt. Charles H. Fiske III Scholar, Bilal completed his MPhil in Health, Medicine, and Society at the University of Cambridge. His dissertation explored how Sunni Muslims in the UK brought Islamic ways of knowing to bear on everyday life during the Covid-19 pandemic. He completed his undergraduate studies in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology at Harvard University.