Radha Sadacharan, MD, MPH is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine at Brown University and a physician-researcher engaged in clinical work at the Rhode Island Department of Corrections and research at the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights, working to improve the health of justice-involved persons. She is committed to fighting social injustices in the United States through healthcare. Dr. Sadacharan is also a NIDA-funded T32 Fellow, researching substance use disorders and the health of vulnerable populations - specifically in correctional health. Her previous community health awareness work and research highlighted barriers to accessing adequate medical care, and moved her to pursue a medical degree. Dr. Sadacharan's interests also include OB and trans health.