Dr Peter Wu graduated in Medicine from the University of NSW in 2006 and completed his training in adult gastroenterology in 2014. He was awarded a PhD in 2018 for a thesis where he investigated several novel diagnostic and therapeutic tools in the management of dysphagia disorders. In 2019, Peter undertook a fellowship at Prince of Wales Hospital, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he developed advanced therapeutic endoscopic skills with a focus on the third space endoscopy. During the same year, he pioneered cricopharyngeal peroral endoscopic myotomy, intended as a treatment for neuromyogenic oropharyngeal dysphagia. Peter currently works at St George Hospital, Sydney, the University of NSW, where he serves as the director of the St George Motility Services, overseeing the clinical operation of the Swallow Clinic and GI Motility Laboratory.