Abraham Cherian is a consultant paediatric urologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust for the last 9 years. He was instrumental in setting up the Cloacal Malformation Multidisciplinary Service at GOSH and is currently the joint lead. He is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Child Health and an Honorary Consultant at University College London Hospital and Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. He is a visiting surgeon to Evelina Children’s Hospital, Addenbrookes Hospital, Royal London Hospital, Norwich University Hospital and more recently the Royal Hospital for Children in Belfast. He has also been an overseas visiting surgeon to the Children’s Hospital in Lviv, Ukraine and helped set up the paediatric urology department at Antwerp University Hospital in Antwerp, Belgium. He is the Honorary Secretary for the British Association of Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons and has trained and mentored many recent consultants in minimally invasive paediatric urology. He has served as faculty on a number of minimally invasive courses in the country and overseas. He has an active role in education and training and was the surgical tutor on behalf of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is also an Examiner for the FRCS Paediatric Surgery Examination. He is currently the National Training Programme Director of Paediatric Urology Fellowships in the UK and also the Programme Director of the European Paediatric Urology Fellowship at GOSH. He is an Executive Council Member of the International Society of Hypospadias and DSD and an active member of several other societies including BAPU, ESPU, BAPES, BAPS, & CCLG.