Professor Raghu Lingam is Professor in Paediatric Population Health at the University of New South Wales, Honorary Professor at the Black Dog Institute and a Consultant Community Paediatrician in the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network. He has set up and leads the Population Child Health Research group at UNSW and co-leads of the Kids to Adults clinical academic group as part of Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE). Raghu is a senior clinical academic with clinical and research interests in children and young people’s health services research. His expertise is in the development and evaluation of health services interventions that are evaluated at scale; he has run randomised controlled trials in the Australia, UK, India, Pakistan, Uganda, and Mozambique. In the digital space he has co-developed the SILVER intervention as part of the UK Digital Connected Cities initiative, using linked data to frame service development for UK families, and has recently evaluated the Australian Child Digital Health Record. He co-leads the Children and Young Peoples’ Health Partnership (CYPHP) a health systems transformation initiative for over 120,000 children in London based around a primary care-based learning health system. He has been an invited speaker at the World Health Organisation, Early Childhood Development meeting (2013), NHS Expo (2016) European academy of Childhood disability (2013), The New York Academy of Sciences (2012 and 2013) and board member for the National Child Digital Collaborative (2018) and NSW Child Health Review 2020. Over the last 5 years he has attracted over £11.5million of UK research funding from the UK NIHR, World Bank, national charity and Government funding. In Australia he has attracted just over 7 million dollars of research funding over the last two years.