Dr. Andrea Doria received her medical degree from the Universidade Federal do Parana, Brazil, and did her training in Paediatrics and Radiology at the Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil. She then received a PhD in medical sciences from the Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil. She moved to Canada to pursue a fellowship in Paediatric Radiology, and obtained a masters degree in clinical epidemiology at the University of Toronto. During her fellowship, she received the 2002 John Caffey Award for her work on BOLD MRI in experimental arthritis, and the 2003 John Kirkpatrick Young Investigator Award for her meta-analysis in appendicitis. Most recently she received a Faculty Research Award from the Medical Imaging Department (2016) and a Sloan Leadership Fellowship Award from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, U.S.A. (2017). In 2019 Dr. Doria graduated at an MBA at MIT, with focuses on data analytics, sustainability of human capital and North American healthcare systems. She was the first student in the history of the Sloan MIT School of Management to obtain three Certificates in her areas of interest: Data Analytics, Sustainability and Healthcare.Her passions are: the implementation of innovative analytic methods, processes and strategies that can improve clinical practice, development of evidence-based best practice guidelines that can lead to excellence of patient care, and translation of science and technologies into practices that can transform healthcare delivery. Her teaching interests include the delivery of courses on Introduction to Research for Radiologists, with the goal of improving the quality of research in radiology, on how people can become the best version of themselves as leaders, Crafting their Leadership Style, and on Qualitative and Quantitative Strategies for Effective Leadership.