Justin Moore completed B.Med.Sci and Medical degrees at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia under a faculty scholarship and obtained first class honors in both. Justin also completed a law degree with an emphasis on medical law. He completed his intern year and basic surgical training at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia while obtaining a post-graduate diploma in surgical anatomy from Melbourne University. Justin was awarded a John Monash Scholarship to Oxford University in the UK, where he completed a PhD in neuro-genomics, which focused on novel genes involve in neurodevelopment and tumor formation. Justin then returned to Australia and completed residency training in Neurosurgery, training at numerous hospitals including The Alfred, Monash and Royal Melbourne Hospitals before being awarded a fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He has completed cerebrovascular fellowship at BIDMC, Harvard Medical School in the USA specialising in both open and endovascular procedures and a skull base Neuro-oncology fellowship and radio surgery (Cyberknife) at Stanford. He was previously an A/Professor in neurosurgery at Harvard in the USA and has authored over 100 peer review papers. He has active research interests in cerebrovascular neurosurgery (genomic influence on cerebral aneurysms) and neuro-oncology (brain tumor diagnosis and treatment). He is also interested in innovation and translation of ideas through start up companies. Justin is currently a Professor of Neurosurgery at Monash University and the Chairman for Neurosurgery at Monash Health.