Emily Tam, MDCM, MAS, FRCPC, is a Child Neurologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada, and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Toronto. Dr. Tam leads a CIHR- and NIH-funded program of clinical research focused on understanding metabolic and nutritional risk factors for neonatal brain injury. She also directed the Neonatal Neurology fellowship training program at SickKids since 2014, training 25 neurologists and neonatologists to date. Dr. Tam has played a key role in the standardization of training in neonatal neurocritical care in the US and Canada. She is also actively involved in hospital DEI working groups within Pediatrics and Neurology. An SPR member since 2013, she has consistently had an active involvement at PAS meetings, including abstract review, symposia moderation, poster facilitation, and invited lectures. Dr. Tam has served on the PAS Program Committee since 2021, playing a lead role in coordination of neurology programming at the PAS annual meeting, as well as organizing and chairing pre-conference postgraduate courses. As an Asian Canadian woman, Dr. Tam is passionate about mentoring, incorporating principals of diversity, equity, and inclusivity to promote success in the next generation of clinician-researchers.