Paul Lee is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon and double visiting professor of Sports Medicine, the University of Lincoln as well as Medical Engineering, the University of Chester. He has a PhD in medical engineering, MSc in Sports Medicine, and many surgical fellowships in regenerative medicine. Professor Paul Lee is a medical doctor as well as an engineer. Appling engineering principles to human biology and regeneration physiology, he has taken musculoskeletal medicine to the next level. Professor Paul Lee is accredited by the ICRS as a teaching centre of excellence for cartilage and joint preservation surgery and as a recognised expert in the field of regenerative medicine. He is also a member of the International Society of Cell and Gene Therapy. He has published his findings on the treatment of muscle injuries in elite athletes and UK Premiership footballers in several peer-reviewed medical journals. As a result, the time it takes for these athletes to recover and return to play has decreased significantly. Prof Lee is an acclaimed international expert in minimally invasive surgery, meniscus surgery, mFat surgery, PRP surgery, ACL surgery, Golden Steps Knee replacement surgery, SPAIRE hip, BIKINI hip replacement surgery, and STACI cartilage surgery. He regularly performs minimally invasive surgery and cell-based injections to treat arthritis and sports injuries in the Regenerative Clinic and London Cartilage Clinic. As part of the Gilmore's Groin team at the London Sports Injury Clinic on 108 Harley Street, Professor Lee works with Simon Marsh and Gerry Gilmore. Together, they have linked Oestititis Pubis, Gilmore's groin and adductor pathology to the A.S.I.A. syndrome, as well as successful treatment plans. Professor Lee's qualifications and experience in both medical and surgical settings allow him to offer his patients a wealth of knowledge and support. furthermore, as a regional surgical advisor for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Professor Lee is fully engaged in medical teaching and offers support to students to develop their surgical skills. Drawing on surgery, technology, engineering and medical principles, Prof Lee uses digital technology to build artificial intelligence and deep learning models for musculoskeletal regenerative medicine. He has also founded the MSK-AI motion lab, and has won many competitive funding awards nationally, including Innovate UK, to support his research. In addition, he has more than 100 research publications by peer-reviewed journals and international conferences, with a total of over 1000 citations.