Dr. Margaret Smith Chisolm is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Paul McHugh Program for Human Flourishing at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She has a secondary appointment in the department of Medicine. She has over three decades of clinical experience in both general and specialized psychiatric outpatient and inpatient settings and has served as PI or co-investigator on multiple NIDA- and Foundation-funded research projects. She has published over 100 scientific, clinical, and medical education articles and book chapters on substance use in pregnancy and other psychiatric disorders, as well as the use of social media and the arts/humanities in medicine. She is an author of a psychiatric textbook and a book on psychiatric illness for patients and families ("From Survive to Thrive: Living Your Best Life with Mental Illness"). Dr. Chisolm is a member of the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence, has been twice recognized as an Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism Scholar, and is the recipient of the 2014 Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award. She is a Fellow in the Association of European Medical Education, the Association for Academic Psychiatry, and the American College of Psychiatrists. She was selected to participate as a Design-Partner in the Art Museum-based Health Professions Education fellowship sponsored by the Cambridge Health Alliance and the Harvard Macy Institute, to which she returned as associate faculty. Dr. Chisolm's current focus of education research is on the integration of the arts and humanities in health professions education across the learning continuum, and she is certified as a facilitator of Visual Thinking Strategies, an evidence-based visual arts-based teaching method.