Dr. Rabab Ahmed is an established psychiatrist with over 14 years of experience in mental health, specializing in child mental health in low-setting contexts. She received her medical degree from Banha University, in Qalyubia, Egypt, in 2004, and did her residency in the neuropsychiatry department at Banha University Hospital. In 2010, Dr. Ahmed earned a master’s degree in Neuropsychiatry. Shortly after, she established the first and only child psychiatric center in Qalyubia, Egypt, under the authority of the National Ministry of Health and Population, Egypt. The center provides services to disadvantaged children and their families who would not have access to mental health services otherwise. Dr. Ahmed graduated from the Brown School at Washington University in St Louis in 2018 with a master’s degree in Public Health specializing in Global Health. During her MPH training, she was a student intern with ICHAD, SMART Africa Center, and the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. Dr. Ahmed works at the Psychiatry Department at the Medical School, WU. She works on a study that aims to understand the long-term impacts of prenatal maternal opiate use and adverse environmental exposures on the brain and behavioral health in children. Additionally, she collaborates with the GRID Lab in projects that address mental and behavioral health in context of culture especially in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. In her spare time, Dr. Ahmed enjoys cooking, attending musical events, and spending time with her friends.