Welcome to Dr Dylan Mordaunt
Dylan Mordaunt has recently joined the Health Economics Unit within the Centre for Health Policy as a PhD Candidate. His PhD project is supervised by A/Prof Ilias Goranitis, Prof Zornitza Stark and Prof Kim Dalziel. The project will explore the economics of rare diseases– specifically, examining costs of genomic testing; examining the impact and benefits of genomic testing; and evaluating the use of genomic tests in a clinical setting.
Dylan undertook part of his clinical training in clinical and metabolic genetics at MCRI in 2015, prior to the metabolic unit moving over to RCH. Dylan completed his undergraduate study in Medicine at the University of Auckland, and later completed a dual Master of Public Health and Master of Health Management at the University of New South Wales.
Dylan continues to work as a paediatrician, clinical geneticist and health executive. Dylan’ prior research work has included economic evaluation of chromosomal microarray in autism, clinical epidemiology and health services research