Dr Sebastian Marr is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Born and raised in Dubbo he completed his medical studies through UNSW in 2009, including two years at the UNSW Rural Clinical School in Albury-Wodonga. He has since undertaken post-graduate work in Canberra, RPAH in Sydney, and some training in Radiation Oncology including three years at MNCCI Coffs Harbour. He subsequently spent time as a medical registrar in Kempsey and Alice Springs, before completing his GP training in Sydney. His special interests include chronic disease management, men’s health, sexual health, Aboriginal health as well as skin cancer checks and excisions.