Dr Suresh Victor is a Senior Attending Physician and joins us from Manchester, United Kingdom. Prior to joining us, he was a Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Neonatologist at University of Manchester. His main research interests are in the prevention and treatment of brain injury in preterm babies and in randomized controlled trials. Special areas of his clinical research include preterm neurophysiology and application of near infrared spectroscopy for hemodynamic monitoring. He is the chief investigator of Extubate (a large multi-center clinical trial on the use of biphasic continuous positive airway pressure in preterm babies) and been part of Trial Management Groups of other clinical trials in neonates. He obtained his PhD at University of Liverpool in 2007 and FRCPCH in 2014. He has an extensive teaching profile and was the Lead for Families and Children’s Module at Manchester Medical School between 2011 and 2014. In his current role, Dr Suresh Victor will continue his research interests and will be engaged in undergraduate medical student and post-graduate teaching.