Alison Huang, M.D., M.A.S., is Professor of Medicine, Urology, and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, a general internal medicine physician, and a patient-oriented researcher at the University of California San Francisco. In addition to serving as a primary care provider for diverse patients in San Francisco, she leads a multidisciplinary team of clinical and health services researchers in advancing understanding and improving management of genitourinary health conditions in women in the community. Funded by multiple NIH institutes and centers, she has led randomized trials of behavioral, pharmacologic, and complementary interventions to treat urinary incontinence and other lower urinary tract syndromes in midlife and older women. In collaboration with investigators based at Kaiser Permanente Northern California, she has also conducted extensive investigations into the predictors, consequences, and outcomes of urinary incontinence in the Reproductive Risks of Incontinence Study at Kaiser (RRISK), a multiethnic prospective cohort of Latina, Asian-American, African-American, and non-Latina White women in northern California. She is also a director or course faculty for multiple graduate courses on clinical and interventional research methods offered by the UCSF Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and an author of 5th edition of the textbook Designing Clinical Research (Wolters Kluwer, 2022).