Robert. McCormack is head of the division of Arthroscopy and Athletic Injuries at the University of British Columbia Canada. His clinical practice is at the New West Orthopedic and Sport Medicine Center and focuses on knee and shoulder injuries. He is the physician for several sports teams and elite athletes at the varsity, national team and professional level. He is also the chief medical officer for the Canadian Olympic team. Dr. McCormack is involved in several prospective outcome studies and is the director of the Simon Fraser Orthopedic Research Foundation. He was a founding member of COTS and JOINTS that focus on prospective randomized multicenter Canadian trials.