Dr Fayyaz Ahmed is a Consultant Neurologist and Hon. Senior Lecturer at Hull and Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and Hull York Medical School. Dr Ahmed graduated from Dow Medical College Karachi, Pakistan in 1986. He moved on to the UK after his residency and received his neurology training at St James’s University Hospital, Leeds and Imperial College London. He did his research on cerebral blood flow in migraine and clinical training in headache at the Princess Margaret Migraine Clinic, Charing Cross Hospital, London. He was appointed as Consultant Neurologist in Hull in 1996 where he established a dedicated headache clinic. He did his MBA in Public Sector Management from University of Hull in 2010 and is currently the Educational Officer of the British Association for the Study of Headache having served as a Secretary (2005-2008), Vice Chair (2009-2010) and Chair (2011-2013). He is currently the chair of Anglo-Dutch Migraine Association (ADMA). He is a trustee of the Migraine Trust and serving his first term as trustee of the International Headache Society. He is a director of Migraine Trust International Symposium, former Chair of Headache UK and Director of the European Headache and Migraine Trust International Congress (EHMTIC). He is a member of the Association of British Neurologist Headache specialty interest group and has contributed on the latest BASH guidelines (2019). He also served in NICE in the revised CG150 headache guidelines and the technology appraisal guidance on Botox in Chronic Migraine. Dr Ahmed organises a national headache event in Hull every other year and has contributed to teaching in the IHS courses through visiting professor programme.