Dr. Suarez Pardo is an assistant professor of Psychiatry and currently a fellow in the Clinician Investigator Training Program at Mayo Clinic. She is currently working on a qualitative research study that aims to characterize areas of psychological distress in patients with heart failure. She is also looking at identifying psychosocial risk factors and characteristics in patients with myocarditis and their caregivers. She earned her medical degree at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, Colombia, where she is a licensed general practitioner and where she worked after completing medical school. She completed a research fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital Cardiac Psychiatry Research Program and subsequently, completed psychiatry residency and a Consultation-Liaison Fellowship at Mayo Clinic. Her clinical interests include Psychocardiology and transplant Psychiatry, and her line of research has centered on Psychocardiology with over 20 publications. Dr. Suarez Pardo has worked closely with Spanish-speaking populations and is passionate about Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Education and Practice. To that end, she developed educational material on Cultural Humility, Acculturation, and Immigration in the practice of Psychiatry and plans to continue contributing to education and practice of culturally responsive psychiatric care. Dr. Suarez Pardo has received multiple awards for her scholarly, humanitarian, and clinical work, including the MJ Martin, Neva Petersen, and the Mayo Distinguished Brothers Awards. Additionally, she has been part of the AAGP Scholar Program, the ACLP William Webb Fellowship, and the ACP Laughlin Fellowship. More recently, she was awarded the Distinguished Service for Diversity and Inclusion in Education at Mayo Clinic department of Psychiatry and Psychology.