MEG DVORAK BIO Meg Dvorak, LCSW, has been a member of the adult cystic fibrosis team at Stanford since 2010. Meg earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at UCLA and her master's degree in social work at University of Pennsylvania, specializing in health. She has 20 years of experience working with chronically ill populations in various specialties including dialysis and kidney transplant, emergency medicine, and psychiatry. As an integral part of the CF care team at Stanford Health Care, Meg provides social work services to a caseload of over 200 CF adults, facilitates a monthly teleconference support group, works with CFRI to facilitate monthly caregiver support groups, and serves on the CFF advisory committee for the peer mentor program. Meg has co-authored 2 abstracts for NACFC on the topics of depression and mindfulness and has lectured at NACFC, SW/RD consortium, CF Education days, and CFRI Discovery Series. In 2016, Meg was awarded CFRI's Professional of the Year Award for her commitment and service to the CF community. Most recently, Meg has collaborated on a project to develop and sustain increased mental health services for Stanford's CF program.