Professor Sebire is a clinical academic Paediatric and Perinatal Pathologist at a specialist London Paediatric Hospital, and as Lead for the NIHR BRC Diagnostics and Imaging Theme, is responsible for delivering translational research projects across radiology and laboratory medicine in one of the leading units of patient-focused research in this field. He has held numerous Regional and National strategic and academic roles, including within RCOG, RCPath, CCLG and BRIPPA, including training. His main current research interests include placental pathology of obstetrical complications and gestational trophoblastic disease, paediatric surgical pathology contributions to cutting-edge therapies, and in particular, research involving novel postmortem investigations into causes of sudden unexpected death in infancy and development of the minimally invasive autopsy. He is passionate about adopting new technologies into diagnostic histopathology practice and developing autopsy services which are novel and more acceptable to patients and families. He has published >700 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has >28,000 citations to published works.