Kelvin graduated in Medicine from the Queens University of Belfast, UK in 1999. He completed his neurosurgical training in Nottingham in the UK. Kelvin has been part of the Wellington Neurosurgical team since 2009. Kelvin has a keen interest in brain tumour surgery. In 2017 spent time learning new techniques from Professor Hugh Duffau in Montpellier, France. Kelvin has pioneered the use of Gliolan™ in New Zealand, an intra-operative dye that helps with tumour resection. Kelvin has also developed the awake craniotomy techniques for tumour resection in Wellington. Kelvin is the current Clinical Director of Neurosurgery at Wellington Hospital. Kelvin’s other interests include neurovascular neurosurgery (aneurysms and AVMs), trigeminal neuralgia, and spinal surgery.