Science Director and member of the The Cure RTD Foundation’s Board. A graduate of Carleton University and University of Manitoba, Keith received his BEng in Aerospace Engineering, MSc in Biomechanical Engineering and did his Ph.D. studies in Neurology with specialization in neuromuscular control. After his daughter Julia was diagnosed in 2013 with RTD Type 2 he dedicated himself to the RTD cause and was one of the co-founders of the Cure RTD Foundation. He is now one of the leading advocates and experts on living with RTD, RTD research, and clinical aspects of the disease. He speaks regularly with researchers and clinicians to help organize meetings, symposiums and plan research related to RTD and is in regular contact with families affected by RTD around the world.