Sureiyan completed his veterinary training at Murdoch University in 2013 and has been working in South-East Queensland since.
He began his career with a rotating internship at the University of Queensland, then spent several years working as a full-time after-hours emergency and critical care vet. He developed a passion for clinical teaching, which led him to attain a graduate certificate in clinical education through Flinders University and fellowship status with the Higher Education Academy.
He is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination in emergency and critical care and small animal surgery.
Sureiyan undertook his specialist training in emergency medicine and critical care at the University of Queensland, whilst concurrently completing a professional doctorate, researching surgical airway access. He enjoys being able to provide the highest level of care for any patient with a life-threatening condition. His professional interests include respiratory emergencies and trauma.
Sureiyan has been a massive Formula 1 fan for decades and is a car guy. In his free time, he likes tinkering with the family cars, gaming, cooking, HIIT and spending time with his family.