Dr. Whibley is Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan and an Honorary Lecturer in Applied Health Sciences (Epidemiology) at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Dr Whibley is a UK-registered physiotherapist with clinical experience managing patients within rheumatology and specialist neuro-musculoskeletal rehabilitation settings. He completed a PhD in Applied Health Sciences in 2018 (University of Aberdeen), followed by a Foundation Fellowship Versus Arthritis, working across the universities of Aberdeen and Warwick in the UK and the University of Michigan in the US. He currently sits on the Editorial Board of Frontiers in Pain Research (Review Editor, Geriatric Pain specialty section) and is Co-Chair of the US Association for the Study of Pain’s ‘Sleep and Pain’ Special Interest Group. Dr. Whibley’s research is focused on the intersection of sleep health, chronic pain, cognitive function, and physical activity, with a view to developing and testing non-pharmacological interventions for pain management.