Dr. Redelmeier received his MD degree from University of Toronto, completed postgraduate training in Internal Medicine at Stanford University, and obtained a Masters degree in Health Services Research as a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar at Stanford University. His research spans a variety of areas, emphasizing the psychology of medical decision making and the epidemiology of motor vehicle trauma. Dr. Redelmeier has published over 200 articles in the scientific medical literature. Some of his notable discoveries include “Association between cellular-telephone calls and motor vehicle collisions” (NEJM 1997), “Survival in Academy Award-winning actors and actresses” (Ann Intern Med. 2001), and “Physician warnings for unfit drivers and the risk of trauma from a road crash” (NEJM 2012). Dr. Redelmeier serves as Canada Research Chair in Medical Decision Sciences; Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto; Director of Clinical Epidemiology at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; Senior Scientist at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Studies in Ontario; and a staff physician in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Sunnybrook Hospital.