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Dylan Kurda

MBBS AMC MSc

Dr Dylan Kurda is Interventional Radiology Fellow at The Canberra Hospital. He completed his medical degree at the University of Sulaimani, School of Medicine and Masters degree from the Curtin University in Perth, WA. After finishing internship, Dylan started working in the field of emergency medicine in Australia for several years, before embarking upon radiology training.

Dylan loves teaching and e-learning; besides, he is a passionate supporter of open access education materials as well as using social media in Medicine. He is an Editorial Board Member at Radiopaedia.

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