Sherry Grace, PhD, FCCS, holds her primary appointment as Full Professor in the Faculty of Health at York University. She is also appointed at the University Health Network, University of Toronto, as Senior Scientist with Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s Cardiovascular Rehabilitation & Prevention Program, and is Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation Research with the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre. Sherry’s research centers on optimizing post-acute cardiovascular care globally, as well as cardiac psychology. She has published over 200 papers, and authored clinical practice guidelines. She led the development of the pan-Canadian quality indicators for cardiac rehabilitation, as well as national policy positions on systematic referral and utilization interventions. Sherry has earned awards from the American and Canadian Associations of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, among other societies. She was instrumental in the development of the International Council on Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, serving on the Executive Board since inception.

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