Dr. T. Douglas Bradley completed his medical degree at the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1978 then residency training at the University of Toronto, and research training at the University of Toronto and McGill University. He is Professor of Medicine and Director of the Sleep Research Laboratories of the University Health Network, and is the former Director of the University of Toronto’s Division of Respirology. His clinical and research work focuses on the relationship between sleep apnea and cardiovascular diseases, with a focus on the pathophysiology and treatment of sleep apnea in heart failure. He has published over 275 papers and book chapters on sleep apnea and related topics. He is a member of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. Dr. Bradley is also a co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of a company, BresoTEC Inc, that develops home sleep apnea monitoring devices. He enjoys hiking, canoeing, downhill and cross-country skiing, and classical music concerts.