Dr. John Queenan completed both his MSc and PhD in Clinical Epidemiology at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario with an additional focus on Transdisciplinary Research. Dr. Queenan has also completed two fellowships in Primary Care Research Methodology: TUTOR at Western University, London, Ontario, Canada and the Practice-Based Research Methods fellowship programme at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. He is currently the Senior Epidemiologist for the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) and an Assistant Professor (adj.) in both the Departments of Family Medicine and Public Health Science at Queen’s University. His research interests include using a Transdisciplinary lens to focus on the clinical and psychosocial experiences of symptomatic illness and the creation and validation of disease case definitions in electronic medical records. Dr. Queenan led a multisite non-randomized intervention study entitled “The implementation of the CPCSSN Data Presentation Tool (CPCSSN-DPT) in primary care clinics to enhance the surveillance, prevention and management of chronic disease”. He was also a co-lead investigator for a proof-of-concept study entitled. “Tracking Lyme disease cases and Tick bites using Electronic Medical Records. Both studies were funded by Public Health Agency of Canada.