Jacqueline S. Drouin, PT, PhD is an Associate Professor in Physical Therapy at Oakland University, in Rochester, Michigan. Her research focus is physiological considerations for exercise testing and training among cancer survivors. Dr. Drouin co-developed the Oncology Rehabilitation Graduate Certificate at her University. She serves the American Physical Therapy Association’s Oncology Section as a Board Member; an Item writer for the Oncology Rehabilitation Specialization Examination; and Editorial Board Member for the Rehabilitation Oncology Journal. Within the World Congress for Physical Therapy, Dr. Drouin is founding President for International Physical Therapists for HIV/AIDS, Oncology, and Hospice and Palliative Care (WCPT- IPT HOPE). Recent publications and presentations include: Drouin JS; Morris SG. Oncology Section EDGE Task Force Breast Cancer Outcomes: A Systematic Review of Clinical Measures of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests. Rehab Onc 2015;33(2):24-51; Drouin JS; Sereno K; Hylland-Reesman K; Marks CR. Evaluation of ratings of perceived exertion during maximal exercise tests among women undergoing breast cancer treatment: a measurement focused study. [Abstract] Rehab Onc 2017;16(34)4:160-162; and Drouin JS; Ciaramitaro CM; Hebert KM; Williams C; Marks CR. Aerobic exercise training effects on resting vital signs in African American and Caucasian women following breast cancer treatment: a pilot study. [Abstract] Rehab Onc 2017;16(34)4:160-162.