Sondos Al Sad, MD, MPH, NCMP is a Researcher at The Family and Youth Institute. She is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University and a family medicine physician. Dr. Al Sad completed her medical school in Jordan, finished her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Kentucky, and holds a Master’s in Public health and Epidemiology. She is a nationally certified menopause practitioner. Her areas of expertise include women’s health research, cognitive behavioral therapy for non-psychotic mental illnesses, and health equity. Dr. Al Sad’s current research interests include women’s health, soft tissue disorders, improving methods of education for undergraduate, and patient-centered outcomes and interventions. She has presented her research nationally at academic and community conferences. Dr. Al Sad has served as a Muslim activist for over 21 years.