Mr Raimundas Lunevicius, MD, PhD, Dr Sc, FRCS, qualified at Vilnius University, Lithuania, in 1986. He trained in general surgery at acute care hospitals in Lithuania (1986-1996), Kristianstad General Hospital, (1996, Sweden), and Nagoya University Hospital (1998-2000, Japan). In 1996 he became a senior general surgeon (a consultant post) at Vilnius University Emergency Hospital. In 2004 he became an acting / full professor of general surgery. He completed Monbushou (cancer surgery, 1998–2000, Japan) and Fulbright – Humphrey (trauma systems, 2008–2009, Johns Hopkins University, US) Fellowship Programmes. From 2010 he works for the King’s College NHS Foundation Trust, and King’s College, University of London. His clinical interest include general, gastrointestinal, emergency & trauma surgery, and his research interests are now focused around acute care surgery and surgery links to global health, Africa. Educator, trainer, supervisor, editor, reviewer, adviser, auditor, organizer, researcher. Author or co-author of more than 130 publications and five books.