Serena Bidwell, MPH is a social science researcher at the Stanford Surgery Policy Improvement Research & Education (S-SPIRE) center. She completes a range of activities from project coordination to data analysis and results reporting. Her interests include diagnosis and management of childhood diseases, cancer treatment strategies, and healthcare infrastructure in developing countries. She completed a master's degree in global health epidemiology and has coupled her academic training with experience as an editorial assistant for a scientific journal and as a child health outcomes analyst. She is committed to community service and implemented a medical outreach program, with a focus in surgery, to local low-income and minority high school students.