I have always loved outreach and public engagement activities. Scientific discoveries need to be communicated to audiences across the life-span, and in particular to patient populations on which this research is performed. After all, scientific medical research is only possible thanks to the contribution of the patients and volunteers that are willing to share their medical information with us. This can be as simple as clinical phenotypes, such as age, sex, and information, e.g., on blood pressure, or more complex, e.g., based on their imaging or genetic information. These activities are a simple way for us scientist to give back and show everyone how grateful we are.