Lynn Stothers is a Canadian urologist, researcher and professor in residence at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). Lynn completed her undergraduate medical studies at the University of British Columbia (UBC). She won the McLaughlin scholarship from the UBC Department of Surgery which facilitated her subspecialty training in reconstructive urology, neuro-urology, urodynamics and female urology at the University of California Los Angeles. Lynn returned to UBC, completed a Master’s in Health Care and Epidemiology and subsequently obtained joint appointments at UBC with the School of Population and Public Health and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. During her tenure Lynn has received over 35 awards for scholarly work including the IB Holubitsky award and the Victor Politano Award from the American Urological Association. (AUA) As a professor Lynn has supervised masters, PhD, and post-doctoral students across faculties and disciplines and from around the world. Her research is related to technology for diagnosis and treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms which measures non-invasive aspects of the brain, bladder, pelvic floor and urinary control. During her research career Lynn has received grant funding from national and international agencies including the US National Institutes of Health, and the Craig H Neilsen Foundation. Lynn was selected as a Peter Wall Institutes of Advanced Studies Scholar. Previously an elected UBC senator, Lynn worked to integrate educational experiences for undergraduate and graduate students across disciplines. Lynn is a proud member of the AUA Board of Directors, Urology Care Foundation.