Michel D. Landry is a Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and in the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina (USA). Before this, Dr. Landry spent seven years as Division Chief of the Duke Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Division where he successfully led an important rebuilding of the program that has now grown into one of the top physical therapy programs in the United States. Prior to receiving his doctoral degree, he held clinical and senior management positions within the private rehabilitation sector in Ontario (Canada), and within international humanitarian aid and development agencies. Dr. Landry is a global health practitioner, and a health policy and health services researcher. His area of study is the policy implication of the gap between available supply (financial and human resources) and increasing demand for rehabilitation and health services across the continuum of care. He is a Past-President of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and a former Career Scientist at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). He lectures widely on global health, policy and the political dynamics of rehabilitation, and is a provocative advocate for the moral, ethical and necessity to ensure accessible and affordable rehabilitation services across the continuum of high, middle and low-income countries. Dr. Landry recently completed his Executive Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, where also earned a certificate in Health Sector Management (HSM). He is the 2020 Enid Graham Award winner, the highest honor that the Canadian Physiotherapy Association bestows on a member.