Born in Baie Comeau, Quebec, Dr Hogan’s undergraduate and postgraduate medical education took place in Nova Scotia (Dalhousie University), Alberta (University of Alberta), and Ontario (University of Ottawa, University of Western Ontario). He is a physician trained in geriatrics, and a professor in the Departments of Medicine, Clinical Neurosciences, and Community Health Sciences in the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary. In addition to being a member of the AHS Seniors’ Health Strategic Care Network Core Committee and Lead for Seniors’ Health Research for W21C, Dr Hogan also holds the Brenda Strafford Foundation Chair in Geriatric Medicine and is Director of the Brenda Strafford Centre on Aging. He has served in a variety of national leadership roles relevant to his field of practice – Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) Specialty Committee in Geriatric Medicine, Chief Examiner in Geriatric Medicine for the RCPSC, President of the Canadian Geriatrics Society, President of the C5R (a national network of dementia researchers), and editor of the Canadian Journal of Geriatrics (renamed the Canadian Geriatrics Journal). Dr Hogan has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers, and has earned several prestigious awards in his career including the 2010 CIHR Betty Havens Award for Knowledge Translation in Aging and the Irma M. Parhad Award for Excellence through the Consortium of Canadian Centres for Clinical Cognitive Research. From an educational standpoint, he has been instrumental in the development of an RCPSC-approved training program in geriatric medicine and is also active in undergraduate, postgraduate clinical, graduate sciences, and continuing professional development (CPD) education. Dr Hogan’s primary research interest is in clinical aspects of aging with specific focus in cognitive impairment/dementia. Dr Hogan has a long-standing interest in creating systems of seamless care for seniors across the spectrum of health settings (i.e., home, primary and specialty care, hospitals, community-based care, assisted living/ long-term care facilities). He is also interested in the use of intelligent in-home technologies for vulnerable older patients.