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Republic of Ireland

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Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Dr. Dylan Murray is a craniofacial surgeon who practices the whole range of surgery on the face, from congenital malformation to rejuvenation of the aesthetic client. His training in dentistry, maxillofacial surgery as well as in plastic surgery makes him exceptionally well equipped to deal with complex facial surgery.

Dr. Murray divides his time between Temple Children's hospital and his private practise in Dublin. In the children's hospital this mainly concerns craniofacial surgery. His team there is coordinated by Noelle O’Mahoney, who is the craniofacial service manager, together with Linda Comey, the secretary at the National Paediatric Craniofacial Centre NPCC).

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If you have been selected for this fellowship, the fellowship host will help you secure appropriate accommodation.

Visas and Work Permits

For visa and immigration information, please read the details on the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs official website.


Licensure is required. It is only with a valid license that you will be able to perform hands-on tasks throughout the fellowship. In order to be able to scrub in, fellows have to be registered with the Irish Medical Council.


Fly into Dublin, after which public transport is the best way to get around the area.

Fellowship Host

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Temple Street, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

  • Craniofacial surgery
  • Facial Aesthetic surgery

  • Cranioplasty
  • Facial orthognathic corrections
  • Facial aesthetic surgery


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There is plenty of craniofacial/maxillofacial/cleft palate surgeries and yes you work with true experts who share with you and teach you. A broad range of surgeries as well as clinics so enough exposure to craniofacial pathology. Also (when craniofacial is not enough for you) you might be invited to observe/participate in general plastics lists in some other hospitals around Dublin and some private practice by Dr Murray too! Perhaps three months is a little bit short for just craniofacial surgery since there are many things to learn in this particular area. Finally for me this fellowship made me evaluate myself too and see where you are lacking and where you’re not and yes broaden my indications, practical skills, knowledge and confidence as well as decision making as no plastic surgeon will be complete without exposure to all areas of plastic surgery. You will experience it all in Dublin!

Francisco Flores

Dublin Fellowship 2017