Professor Paul Stolee leads the Geriatric Health Systems Research Group at the University of Waterloo, where he is on faculty in the School of Public Health and Health Systems. Professor Stolee’s experience in research and planning in geriatrics includes work in academic, government and community settings. His CIHR-funded research program – “InfoRehab” - investigated the use of health information and health information systems in the rehabilitation of older person. This work led to increased research interest in the challenges experienced by older patients as they transition across care settings, in more meaningful engagement of older adults in healthcare decision-making, and in developing a stronger role for primary care in risk screening and care coordination. Professor Stolee leads a Canadian Frailty Network-funded project which is developing and testing approaches to strengthen primary care for older adults living with frailty. He is also a WorkPackage co-lead for the AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence, conducting research on health system, policy and regulatory factors that can help or hinder technological innovation that could benefit older persons. Professor Stolee was the 2012 recipient of the Canadian Association on Gerontology Evelyn Shapiro Mentoring Award. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du viellissement. He also directs the University of Waterloo Network for Aging Research.