Dr. Rebecca Rada (they/them) is a queer, non-binary Family Medicine trained physician and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Medicine at UCLA. They are also a part of the Gender Health Program and were the prior LGBTQ+ Primary Care Fellow at UCLA from 2021-2022. Their clinical interests include transgender/gender diverse care and hormone management for adolescents and adults, LGBTQ+ primary care, HIV primary care, PrEP, STI prevention and treatment, addiction medicine, and providing equitable care to marginalized groups. Originally from the Midwest, they received their Masters in Biomedical Sciences from Kansas City University in 2014 prior to obtaining their Osteopathic Medical Degree from Kansas City University in 2018. While in medical school, they also received their MBA in Healthcare Leadership from Rockhurst University, Helzberg School of Management. They completed their Family Medicine residency in St. Louis, Missouri in 2021. Their interests outside of work include propagating cacti and succulents, finding the best iced oat milk latte in town, tidepooling, spending time at the beach, consensually petting other people’s dogs, hanging out with friends, and advocating and promoting social justice issues.