Chris Oliver, recently appointed Associate Research Fellow at the Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University has been made King James IV Professor at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Chris is a retired orthopaedic trauma surgeon from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and has over the last three decades worked on many aspects of Data Visualisation for medics and doctors. Early in his career he worked to improve bioinformatics education for surgeons and more recently has studied knowledge transfer with infographics and complex network analysis of social media networks. Chris will give the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh King James IV professorial lecture on Friday 22nd February at the forthcoming Digital Health Product Forge Hackathon, https://productforge.io/ (to be held in Edinburgh between the 21st and 24th February 2019). The Chief Medical Officer, Catherine Calderwood is attending and mentoring during the Hackathon. Chris is known as the Cycling Surgeon and can be followed on Twitter @CyclingSurgeon Website CyclingSurgeon.Bike. To attend the esteemed lecture, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.