Dylan holds an MBBS (Hons) from James Cook University, and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Anatomy and Dissection. He developed a keen interest in cardiovascular research and clinical trials while working at the Queensland Research Centre for Peripheral Vascular Disease; he has published nine papers on cardiovascular disease including a first author paper in Heart. Dylan was Editor-in-Chief of the Australian Medical Student Journal, Co-founder of the James Cook University Surgical Interest Group, and a Coordinator of the 2012 AMSA Global Health Conference.
Dr Dylan Morris completed his medical internship at The Townsville Hospital in 2015, before moving to the UK in January 2016 to commence a DPhil at the Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Oxford. Dylan's current research involves using big data sets to better understand the prevalence and risk factors of carotid artery disease, and its association with stroke. In addition, Dylan is assisting with the Asymptomatic Carotid Surgery Trial-2, and conducting a meta-analysis of completed clinical trials to clarify the role of surgery in managing asymptomatic carotid disease.