Prof. Lee Jeys graduated from the University of Liverpool, School of Medicine in 1995. Then he got his medical training in Leeds teaching hospital, Leeds, the UK in 2005. As Prof Jeys was interested in specializing in orthopaedics, he completed his training in 2006 as an arthroplasty fellow in Wrightington, Wigan, and Leigh Teaching Hospitals, UK. Prof. Jeys now one of the leading consultant surgeons at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, one of only five purely orthopaedic hospitals in the UK. He specialises in hip and knee replacements, particularly revision surgery and infection and horrendoplasties. He performs several hundred cases per year and is often lauded as an international expert’ undertaking cases that others can’t do. Patients from all over the UK and abroad are often seen in his clinic. He takes a lead in Paediatric Surgery and regularly operates on children under the age of 4 years old at a regional paediatric hospital. Prof. Jeys has recently had the wonderful honour bestowed upon him of being made Professor of Health and Life Sciences at Aston University, Birmingham, UK. He is involved with several national committees including being the former Chairman of the National Centre Research Institute (NCRI) for Sarcomas. He has worked with NICE, health technology appraisal boards, as well as several multinational companies. In 2018, Prof. Jeys was voted as one of the best knee replacement surgeons in the country by his fellow consultants. He has published over 250 scientific papers in the world’s most important orthopaedic journals and he has written three chapters in textbooks about surgery. Prof. Jeys was recently awarded the DSc for his thesis 'Improving Patient Outcomes by Innovation and Collaboration'. The DSc is the highest research degree in the UK and only awarded for individuals who make an outstanding contribution to their field. Prof. Jeys regularly lectures around the world on joint replacement and tumour surgery. Professor Jeys’ other area of speciality is bone and soft tissue cancers. He has published many articles about how best to treat bone and soft tissue tumours, including European guidelines for other surgeons. He has also helped invent a computer system used during surgery to remove the tumour more accurately.