Gareth Baynam is a the Medical Director of the Rare Care Centre at Perth Children’s Hospital in WA, a clinical geneticist, intrapraneur and clinician scientist. Gareth equitably translates innovations focussed to unmet rare diseases (RD) need, including through public and public- private partnerships, locally and internationally. He has led the clinical implementation of genomic and phenomic technologies (including 3D facial analysis and Ai enabled electronic health record tools). CI Baynam led the creation of the Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases Diagnostic Service at Genetic Services of Western Australia, he founded and Directs the Undiagnosed Diseases Program WA and was a founding member of the International Board of Directors of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network International and is a co-Lead of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network Australia. CI Baynam is the Chair of the Interdisciplinary Scientific Committee of the International Rare Diseases Research Consortium and previous Chair of the Diagnostics Scientific Committee. Gareth founded and leads a 3D facial analysis translational research group, focussed to RD, that has implemented tools in state-wide care; and leads the Lyfe Languages project to globally improve diagnosis and care for Indigenous people with RD. He is the Head of the Western Australian Register of Developmental Anomalies (Birth Defects and Cerebral Palsy Registers) and is a Member of the WA Ministerial Council for Precision Health and Co-Chaired the Standards of Practice for the Global Commission to End the Diagnostic Odyssey for Children with RD.