Indu Voruganti, MD, MS is a resident physician in Radiation Oncology at University of Toronto, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She believes that the practice of oncology is fortified by narrative medicine, bearing witness to, and honoring the stories of patients and caregivers. She has a strong interest in the intersection of evidence-based oncology, medical humanities pedagogy, and medical education. She received her undergraduate and medical degrees from Brown University in Providence, RI, USA and her Master of Science degree in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University, New York USA. She previously taught narrative medicine courses for pre-health and medical students, allied health professionals, physicians, patients, and caregivers. At University of Toronto, she has been fortunate to teach a seminar on Narrative, Health and Social Justice in the Health Professions Certificate Program through the Center for Professional Development. She looks forward to contributing further to the growing offerings in Narrative-based Medicine at University of Toronto and beyond.