Dr. Warry is the director of Rural Health Initiatives on the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team (MK-MDT) – Health Equity. He is also a professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health. Dr. Warry is an applied anthropologist, specializing in Indigenous and rural health research with a primary focus on the health of older adults, dementia, chronic disease and caregiving. He is co-lead with Dr. Kristen Jacklin on a research program to develop a Center for Community Engaged Rural Dementia and Alzheimer’s Research (CERDAR). CERDAR uses community-based approaches to engage rural communities in projects concerning the prevention, diagnosis and care for people with dementia in rural communities. He is also a co-investigator in the MK-MDT I-CARE research program which explores Indigenous peoples’ lived-experience with dementia.