Martin Veysey has extensive international experience in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and is currently working as a clinical gastroenterologist and general physician in the Northern Territory, Australia. He holds honorary professorial academic appointments in both the UK and Australia. Martin’s research interests include medical education, molecular nutrition, colorectal cancer and luminal gastrointestinal disease. He completed his undergraduate training at the UMDS, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals, University of London. Following his FY, Core and Specialist Training as a General Physician and Gastroenterologist, he migrated to Australia in 2003. He went back to the UK in 2017 and joined Hull York Medical School as MB BS Programme Director and Professor of Gastroenterology at the University of Hull. During that time, he was also an Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist at York Teaching Hospital NHS foundation Trust and Non-Executive Director at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. In 2020, he returned to Australia to take up his current position as a Senior Staff Specialist.