Professor Mike Loosemore is an NHS Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, University College London, where he treats musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He is also working to promote exercise as a preventative intervention and treatment in many medical conditions. As one of the lead Sports Physicians for the English Institute of Sport, he treats elite athletes from a wide range of sports and is currently the doctor to the British Olympic Boxing and GB Snow Sports teams. Professor Loosemore has travelled extensively with national squads, accompanying teams to five Olympic and five Commonwealth Games as well as multiple World and European Championships. Further, he was the Chief Medical Officer for England at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi 2010 and Glasgow 2014, deputy CMO for the Rio Olympics and the CMO at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Professor Loosemore achieved a PhD in the pathophysiology of boxing injuries. He is currently active in SEM research and has published work on various aspects of SEM including respiratory illness in athletes, reducing sedentary behaviour in children, physical activity in the homeless and work on concussion prevention. He is also involved in the education of future SEM doctors. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science for services to SEM in 2011. He was then awarded the Robert Atkins award for consistently valuable medical service to sport in 2014 and in 2017 he was made an Honorary Professor in Sport and Exercise Medicine. Professor Loosemore was awarded an MBE for his services to Sports Medicine in 2017 and in 2019 Professor Loosemore became the first Professor of Sport and Exercise Medicine at University College London.