Dr. Kanwaljeet (Sunny) Anand received an MBBS from M.G.M. Medical College, Indore and D.Phil. from University of Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), followed by post-doctoral training at Harvard Medical School. He received the Dr. Michael Blacow Award from British Paediatric Association (1986), Pediatric Resident Research Award from American Academy of Pediatrics (1992), Young Investigator Award in Pediatric Pain from International Association for Study of Pain (1994), Jeffrey Lawson Award from American Pain Society (2000), Windermere Honorary Award from Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health (2004), “Mentor of the Year” Award (2007) from University of Arkansas, Nils Rosén von Rosenstein Award from Swedish Academy of Medicine (2009) (the highest international Pediatrics award, awarded every 5 years), 9th Annual “In Praise of Medicine” Award from Erasmus University (2013), and Nightingale Excellence Award for Physicians (2016) from Stanford Children’s Health. He founded Harmony Health Clinic in Central Arkansas and received the Father Joseph Biltz Award (2007) from the National Conference for Community & Justice and Dr. Martin Luther King “Salute to Greatness” Individual Award (2008) from the Governor of Arkansas. He is currently Professor of Pediatrics, Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine at Stanford University, has published 265 peer-reviewed articles, 7 books/journal issues, 64 book chapters.