史蒂芬·帕斯莫尔, '03 MS Kinesiology, is a chiropractor and associate professor in the department of kinesiology & recreation management at Canada's University of Manitoba. In May, he was named 研究er of the 年 by the Canadian Chiropractic Association. In 2019, he was appointed by the Canadian government's Health Canada to a three-year term on the Canadian Pain Task Force External Advisory Panel. He holds adjunct appointments in the College of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Manitoba, and the research department at New York Chiropractic College. His sub-specialization in kinesiology is human perceptual learning and motor control. He explores performance-based outcome measures related to chronic spine pain conditions. His research looks at quantifying human movement to assess pain based on how an individual is able to move. He also has aided the Mount Carmel Clinic, a publicly subsidized clinic with a chiropractic program for people in poverty, through research and data collection since 2011, examining how patients with musculoskeletal pain respond to non-pharmacologic intervention. His hobbies include cold-climate viticulture, collecting fine art, and film making. He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.