Quinn Capers IV, MD, is an interventional cardiologist, medical educator, and professor of medicine whose expertise includes acute coronary syndromes and transradial cardiac interventions. A graduate of Howard University and The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Medicine, Dr. Capers completed his residency and fellowships at Emory University. As the dean for admissions at Ohio State, he led the school to have one of the most diverse classes in the nation while keeping the average Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) score above the 90th percentile. His study on implicit racial bias in medical school admissions is widely quoted. He also led OSU's cardiology fellowship program to become one of the nation’s most diverse cardiac programs. Recently appointed the chair of the American College of Cardiology’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Dr. Capers speaks internationally on racism and bias in medicine. In 2020, he joined the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School as the associate dean of faculty diversity.