Dr Miriam Driscoll, MD, FRCP completed her medical training at the University of British Columbia after graduating from Simon Fraser University with an honours degree in psychology. After completing residency training in Psychiatry she began her career as an adult general psychiatrist working with both inpatients and outpatients with severe and persistent mental illness. For the last 10 + years she has worked full time at the BC Centre for Sexual Medicine seeing men, women and couples with a variety of sexual difficulties as well as training UBC residents in the faculties of Psychiatry and Gynecology . She is a clinical assistant professor in the UBC department of Psychiatry, an associate member of the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is actively involved in teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as at a development level as the Sexuality theme co-lead for the MD undergraduate program. Dr Driscoll is involved in a number of clinical research collaborations including current pilot treatments for management of antidepressant induced sexual dysfunction and situational erectile dysfunction as well as being a Co – investigator in a recently completed CIHR funded study looking at treatment of women with provoked vestibulodynia and a consultant in a current CIHR funded study examining stress- hormones, mood and women’s sexual desire.