Dr. Shantel Hébert-Magee, a 2018–2019 Commonwealth Fund Fellow in Minority Health Policy at Harvard University, is a Cytopathologist and Associate Professor of Pathology, Affiliated Faculty at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. As the founding Director of Academic Pathology at the Center for Interventional Endoscopy, Florida Hospital, Orlando, Fla., she brought a vision of academic medicine to community practice. She has focused her clinical-effectiveness and device-development research on addressing early detection and diagnosis of pancreaticobiliary malignancy working collaboratively with academic, community, and industry partners. Her global health initiatives focused on early detection of pancreatic cancer have been conducted in Asia, Europe, and South America. Prior to joining the faculty at UCF, Dr. Hébert-Magee was an Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Associate Scientist in the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. She was a 2011 Charles Barkley Health Disparities Research Awardee and Minority Health Disparities Research Training Scholar. She has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications, editorials, white papers, and book chapters. In 2015, she launched Under the Scope Foundation, a 501(c)(3) using microscopy and pathology to mitigate the sociobehavioral and environmental factors associated with pancreatic cancer in underserved communities. Dr. Hébert-Magee’s calling to public health dates back to her teen years in her hometown of New Orleans, where she worked on initiatives around the city’s teen HIV incidence rate. A future project would combine her interest in cultural consumption patterns, chronic diseases, and cancer as a result of socioeconomic inequalities. Dr. Hébert-Magee received her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 2005. She also completed her Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residency as Chief Resident at Georgetown in 2009. She completed a Translational Research Fellowship in Pathology at the National Cancer Institute in 2010 and Cytopathology Fellowship at UAB in 2011.