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Dr Brendan T Buckley

Interventional Radiologist
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  • Intervention Radiology, Vascular Intervention, Interventional Urology, General IR, Women's Intervention, Interventional Oncology
  • Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand
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Dr Buckley qualified from University College Cork, Ireland in 1995 and then trained in surgery in London, obtaining Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1998. He went on to train in Radiology in Oxford, becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2003. He undertook a Fellowship in Interventional Radiology in Oxford before becoming the Interventional Radiology and Angiography Fellow at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver in 2004. Dr Buckley continues to advance his practice by spending time with world experts in interventional radiology with recent visits to the Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College London and Southampton University Hospitals.

Dr Buckley has worked as a full time interventional radiologist at Auckland City Hospital since 2005, developing and introducing a number of new procedures to New Zealand. While his practice covers all aspects of interventional radiology he has a special interest in Interventional Oncology, Women's Intervention and Interventional Urology. As part of his interventional oncology practice Dr Buckley has introduced a number of new technologies to New Zealand including percutaneous cryoablation and microwave ablation.

Dr Buckley has been an invited speaker at national and international conferences on interventional radiology, and actively contributes to research in IR.

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