Dr. Pablo Santos-Iglesias is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology. Born and raised in Spain, he received his PhD in Psychology from the University of Granada in 2012. The focus of his dissertation was on sexual assertiveness and its effect on sexual well-being. In 2013 he moved to Canada as the recipient of a prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship to study the sexual well-being of women living with fibromyalgia. Since 2015, he has been working in psychosocial oncology, studying the role of psychosocial variables in sexual recovery of men with prostate cancer. Pablo鈥檚 research interests are in the area of human sexuality and the development and validation of sexuality-related measures. His research program focuses on the factors that contribute to sexual well-being, with a special focus on vulnerable groups (e.g., older adults). Pablo has also been developing and validating sexuality-related measures throughout his entire career and has developed an extensive expertise in the field.