Bilal Nadeem was a Human Development and Regenerative Biology concentrator with a secondary field in Global Health and Health Policy and a language citation in Modern Standard Arabic. He lived in Quincy House. Hailing originally from Pakistan, Bilal has wedded his talent for medicine with a dedication to the human side of health. He has researched endemic diseases in Brazil, developed culturally-appropriate technology for elder care in China, assessed the needs of medical and nursing schools in conflict zones like Syria and Colombia, and helped to produce published research on methods in bone marrow harvesting. Never content unless he has understood all sides of an issue, Bilal was the founder and president of the Quincy Philosophical Society, which facilitates transformative conversations between students on difficult topics like refugee migration, vaccination, and religion. At Harvard, Bilal was also a teaching fellow in Organic Chemistry, co-chaired a student group working to prevent opioid overdoses, mentored elementary school students in Allston and Brighton, and danced Bollywood-style in the yearly production of Ghungroo. He is continuing his studies in the MPhil program in Health, Medicine, and Society as the Lt. Charles H. Fiske III Scholar at Trinity College.