Professor Craig is Vice-President and Executive Dean of the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University. He is a paediatric nephrologist/clinical epidemiologist, with research focussed on improving the health of people with chronic kidney disease, children, and the health and well-being of Indigenous people. He has published > 850 papers, has an h-index of 90, with > 40,000 cites (Scopus), and is the second most highly cited author in nephrology globally. His awards include International Distinguished Medal of the National (US) Kidney Foundation, TJ Neale Award for Outstanding Contribution to Nephrological Science, and is an elected member of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science. He is the Coordinating Editor of the Cochrane Kidney and Transplant Group and immediate past-President of the Australia-New Zealand Society of Nephrology. He is a member of the NHMRC Advisory Group on the Synthesis and Translation of Research Evidence, NHMRC Health Translation Advisory Committee, a member of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee, the Medicare Services Advisory Committee, and the Life Savings Drug Program Expert Panel. He is a past Chair of the Steering Group of Cochrane, is a past member of the Expert Advisory Group for the Structural Review of NHMRC’s Grant Program, past non-executive board member of Kidney Health Australia, past Co-Chair of Cochrane, and past member of the WHO expert review panel for global strategy and plan of action on public health, innovation and intellectual property.