Miriam Bredella is co-faculty lead of the KL2/Catalyst Medical Research Investigator Training Program for Harvard Catalyst. She is a professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School (HMS), vice chair for faculty affairs and clinical operations in the Department of Radiology, and a musculoskeletal radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). She also serves as director of the Center for Faculty Development at MGH. Additionally, she is a member of the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program Steering Committee and chairs several CTSA working groups. She is also an active member of Diversity and Inclusion Task Forces at MGH and HMS. Bredella’s research focuses on the effects of different fat depots on bone metabolism and metabolic risk in states of under- and overnutrition. She has established a multidisciplinary clinical research program in the area of metabolic imaging that combines innovative translational, clinical, and outcomes research.