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Consultants

Ophthalmologists

Susan Downes MBChB MSc MD FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Susan Downes is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital, Oxford in post since 2000, and Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford, and specialises in retinal disorders.

She completed a post-residency Medical Retina fellowship and a Medical Doctorate in inherited retinal degeneration at Moorfields Eye Hospital and the Institute of Ophthalmology, London, UK 1996-1999.

She is Lead for the Age Related Macular Disease and Retinal Genetics services at Oxford Eye Hospital, and Ophthalmology Lead for the Thames Valley and South Midlands for the national Ophthalmology Clinical Research Network.

Her specialist interests include inherited retinal dystrophies, age-related macular degeneration, macular diseases including central serous chorioretinopathy, retinal telangiectasia, and toxic retinopathies as well as the impact of ocular diseases on sleep wake/mood.

She set up the Eye Research Group Oxford (ERGO), for which she is clinical lead. Together with colleagues from Clinical Genetics and Clinical Scientists from the Oxford Clinical Genetics Laboratory, she co-led on the Biomedical Science Centre of Excellence evaluation of Next Generation Sequencing for Ophthalmology testing which led to the first NHS genetic testing for Stargardt disease in Oxford for the UK.

Oxford is now one of three Genomic Centres providing genetic testing for inherited eye diseases in the UK. Susan Downes works closely with the Oxford Clinical Genetics Laboratory on the phenotype-led gene panels setting up and chairing the MDT for this with colleagues.

She was one of the founding members of the United Kingdom Eye Genetics Group (UKEGG) in 2001, and was UKEGG chair in 2016. She is the European Reference Network Lead for Oxford, one of the international centres recognised for rare diseases in Ophthalmology.

M Dominik Fischer MD DPhil FEBO

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Professor Fischer is a practising Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Oxford Eye Hospital with subspecialty interest in vision problems relating to cataract and retinal disorders.

He holds two academic appointments, one as Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford and a second appointment as Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Tübingen and is leading ground-breaking eye and vision research including use of artificial intelligence, gene editing, genetic therapies, subretinal surgery, and stem cell therapy.

After receiving his medical school training in Germany, Switzerland and Australia, Professor Fischer completed his clinical and research training in the USA at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Tübingen in Germany and the University of Oxford, where he read Clinical Neuroscience at Merton College and received his second doctorate for developing a new form of retinal therapy.

He is member of the Faculty at the European School for Advanced Studies in Ophthalmology and has received more than 25 awards for his work, among them the Leonhard Klein award for the advancement of vitreoretinal surgery and the Senator H. Wacker award for scientific contributions to the field of retinal disease.

M Dominik Fischer

Theodora Gkika MD FEBO

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Dr Theodora Gkika works as an Ophthalmologist at the Oxford Eye Hospital and has a special interest in ocular oncology, uveitis and medical retina.

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Theodora Gkika

Stella Hornby MA (Cantab) MB BChir FRCOphth MD

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Miss Stella Hornby is a Consultant Ophthalmologist specialising in urgent and primary care ophthalmology. She is the lead for the Eye Emergency Department of the Oxford Eye Hospital. She also has clinics in Banbury and Wantage.

Originally from the North East she studied at Clare College Cambridge and was a registrar in the Oxford region. For her MD thesis she conducted clinical research studies on childhood blindness in India which won a Noble Prize from Cambridge University.

She is an experienced clinical educator, mentor and appraiser. She was awarded prizes for teaching including an 'excellent teacher' award for transforming the undergraduate medical education programme.

She was the Primary care Ophthalmology representative on the Royal College of Ophthalmologists' Professional Standards Committee and later the Lead for GPs and other specialties for the RCOPhth Education Committee. She wrote clinical commissioning guidelines on Primary Care Ophthalmology and another on urgent eye care and is involved in local and national Ophthalmology service redesign of services.

Since 2011 she has regularly organised training courses for GPs and other health professionals through Primary Care Ophthalmology LLP which she runs with two GP colleagues.

Stella Hornby

Christine Kiire MA(Oxon) MRCP DM FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Miss Christine Kiire is a Consultant Ophthalmologist with a special interest in vascular medical retinal conditions, in particular diabetic retinopathy and retinal vascular occlusions. She is also interested in international eye health and ways of improving outcomes for people with visual problems across the world.

Miss Kiire read Medicine and Natural Sciences (Physiological Sciences) at the University of Oxford (St Anne's College and Green College), where she also conducted her doctoral research on genotype-phenotype correlation of diabetic macular oedema in type 2 diabetes (Green Templeton College).

Her research experience includes a clinical research project on laser treatment for diabetic retinopathy in Malawi. She was also the recipient of a Fulbright Award 2015-2016 to study the epidemiology of diabetic retinopathy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

In Oxford, her clinical research has recently focused on the effectiveness of subthreshold macular laser treatment for non-centre involving diabetic macular oedema.

Miss Kiire welcomes clinical referrals regarding patients with diabetic retinopathy or retinal vascular occlusions, particularly those who might benefit from treatment with either retinal laser or intravitreal injection therapies.

Christine Kiire

Sri Sharma MBChB, MRCP, MRCOphth, PhD

Consultant Ophthalmologist

Dr Srilakshmi Sharma is a medical ophthalmologist specialising in uveitis (ocular inflammation) in both children and adults and neuro-ophthalmology.

She leads the regional uveitis service for adults and children service in Oxford and the neuro-ophthalmology department. She is also the lead Ophthalmologist for the multidisciplinary juvenile idiopathic arthritis and for the national neuromyelitis optica and neurofibromatosis type II services at Oxford.

Dr Sharma is a clinician-scientist, working in the University of Oxford on research projects aimed at understanding the underlying causes of uveitis especially when it affects other systems in the body as well as the eyes. Her research is funded by the National Institutes for Health Research and the Medical Research Council.

She runs clinical trials in ocular inflammation and is also leading a national study on hydroxychloroquine toxicity in the retina.

Dr Sharma is the chairperson of the Uveitis National Clinical Study Group, a national organisation for research in uveitis in the United Kingdom.

Sri Sharma

Nervine ElMeshad FRCOPth FRCS Glasgow PhD MSc PGCert Genomic Med

Locum Consultant in Paediatric Ophthalmology

Dr Nervine ElMeshad is a Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital and is Surgeon Regional Advisor of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow for England (South West of England).

She has subspecialty expertise in paediatric ophthalmology, genetics, neuro-ophthalmology and squint surgery. She received her medical degree and ophthalmology training in Egypt. She was trained in paediatric and strabismus at the Research Institute of Ophthalmology, Egypt.

She completed a Master's degree and PhD from the prestigious Ain Shams University in Egypt, as well as a postgraduate certificate in genomic medicine from the University of Exeter.

Before joining Oxford Eye Hospital, she completed three fellowships in paediatric ophthalmology, genetics, emergency medicine in ophthalmology, and neuro-ophthalmology and complex squint surgery, all at Bristol Eye Hospital, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust.

She is actively involved in training and research and has published and presented her work at many conferences.

She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. She is also an Alumnus of Exeter University.

Louis Clearkin ChM FRCS FRCOphth DO

Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist

Mr Louis Clearkin is a Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Oxford Eye Hospital with specialisms that include neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis and retinal disease.

He is a fully registered medical practitioner and listed on the specialist registers of the Irish Medical Council and the GMC. Sheffield University Medical School awarded his bachelor degrees and accepted his thesis.

His postgraduate training was at Leeds, St Paul's and Moorfields with visiting fellowships at Mass Eye and Ear and Johns Hopkins.

His research has focused on diagnostic accuracy; developing methods and software to solve qualitative uncertainty problems, when structural knowledge of the diagnostic model is limited and data absent or bad. He has an academic association at Liverpool University's Institute for Risk and Uncertainty and is a member of the meta-diagnosis group.

He is RCOphth representative at the BMA; also a member of the court of examiners for RCP&S-Glas and RCOphth, Adjunct Professor at the University of Grenada, APIL tier-1 medical expert in civil litigation and regulatory tribunals.

He is a past-President of Birkenhead Medical Society.

Louis Clearkin

Alaa Fayed

Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist

Mr Alaa Fayed is a Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital and Lecturer of Ophthalmology at Cairo University.

He has subspecialty expertise in medical retinal diseases, retinal laser procedures, retinal detachment surgery, cataract surgery and ocular trauma and emergency intervention.

He received his medical degree and ophthalmology training in Cairo, Egypt. He completed a Master's degree and PhD from Cairo University in Egypt, as well as a visiting scholar position at Northwestern University, Chicago, USA.

He is actively involved in training and research and has published and presented his work at several high impact medical journals and conferences.

Alaa Fayed

Roopa Vemala MBBS DNB FRCOphth PhD

Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist (Medical Retina)

Mrs Vemala works as an Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital with a special interest in Medical Retina. She is also passionate about emergency eye care.

She is originally from South India and completed speciality training (DNB) in ophthalmology from Bengaluru. Her Fellowship and PhD in medical retina was from King's College Hospital, London. It was here she developed her interest and expertise in age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and vascular medical retinal conditions like diabetic retinopathy and retina vascular occlusions. She also conducted research while at King's, and published papers on these topics.

Her PhD work involved detection of early colour loss in AMD, and this enabled her to understand the pathogenesis of macular degeneration and the functional loss experienced by patients.

She is academically driven and has presented various posters and presentations at national and international conferences.

She has also worked as a general Ophthalmologist in the UK, and this has equipped her with the knowledge of all subspecialties in ophthalmology which are useful in the management of emergency eye patients.

At Oxford Eye Hospital she does sessions in eye casualty, age-related macular degeneration clinics and vascular medical retinal clinics.

Roopa Vemala

Ophthalmic Surgeons

Sher Aslam BM DPhil FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and Clinical Lead for Surgical Ophthalmology

Mr Sher Aslam is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital and Honorary Consultant at Northampton General Hospital. After graduating in Medicine from the University of Southampton, followed by officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he trained in London before completing a DPhil at the University of Oxford.

He subsequently undertook vitreoretinal Fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital. His subspecialty interests include complex cataract and vitreoretinal surgery in addition to emergency eye disease.

He retired from the British Army at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Oxford, and an Examiner for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

Sher Aslam

Peter Charbel Issa MD DPhil FEBO

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Professor Peter Charbel Issa is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon specialising in retinal diseases and cataract surgery. After his clinical and research training at the universities of Würzburg, Bonn and Oxford, he held a Professorship for Degenerative Retinal Diseases at the University of Bonn before returning to Oxford in 2016.

He is an internationally recognised expert for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), inherited retinal dystrophies (including Stargardt disease and Retinitis pigmentosa), macular telangiectasia type 2 (MacTel), and Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE).

His research focuses on AMD and rare retinal diseases. Current work includes the development of novel imaging technologies for diagnosing retinal disease, and the development and application of novel therapies (including gene therapy). He is also principal investigator for several clinical trials that investigate novel treatments for AMD, MacTel, and Stargardt disease.

His work has resulted in over 170 peer-reviewed publications, numerous awards and distinctions, including the prestigious Marie-Curie-Fellowship, the Research Award of the German Society of Ophthalmology, the Macula Research Award for the prevention of blindness and a GEROK-Scholarship.

He is a regular reviewer for many top tier journals in Ophthalmology and serves as an Editorial Board Member of the journals RETINA and Ophthalmic Research.

Peter Charbel Issa

Jasmina Kapetanovic

Honorary Consultant in Vitreoretinal Surgery

Martin Leyland BSc MB ChB MD FRCOphth

Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Martin Leyland is an Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Oxford Eye Hospital with a sub-specialty interest in corneal and external eye disease. His surgical expertise includes all aspects of corneal transplant surgery, complex cataract surgery and anterior eye reconstruction.

He trained in London at the Western Eye Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital before being appointed Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading in 2001, and Honorary Consultant in Oxford in 2004.

He is a fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and is a teaching member of the Microsurgical skills training faculty. He is a member of the Cochrane Collaboration for evidence-based medicine.

Martin Leyland

Robert MacLaren MB ChB DPhil FRCOphth FRCS FACS FMedSci

Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Professor Robert MacLaren is a practising Consultant Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital. He specialised first as a junior doctor in Oxford and then moved to Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, where he was a Consultant Vitreoretinal Surgeon and led research into retinal diseases.

He returned to Oxford as Professor of Ophthalmology in 2009 and currently leads a research team in the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology focused on developing genetic, stem cell and bio-electronic methods of treating blindness.

He performed the world's first robotic eye operation inside the human eye at the Oxford Eye Hospital in September 2016 and the world's first gene therapy treatment for X-linked retinitis pigmentosa, also at Oxford Eye Hospital in March 2017.

He has been a recipient of the Macular Society Clinical Service of the Year Award (2019), the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Keeler Medal (2019), the NIHR Senior Investigator Award (2020), the Royal Society of Medicine Lang Medal (2020) and the Vice Chancellor's Innovation Award (2020).

He welcomes clinical referrals for patients requiring cataract surgery, retinal surgery and other treatments for inherited retinal diseases.

Robert MacLaren

Jonathan Norris MB ChB FRCOphth MSc (Oxon)

Clinical Lead for Ophthalmology and Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon
Mr Jonathan Norris is a Consultant Oculoplastic and Ophthalmic Surgeon based at Oxford Eye Hospital. Mr Norris is a trained Ophthalmologist who has developed a specialist interest in oculoplastic (eyelid), lacrimal (tear duct) and orbital (eye socket) surgery.

He works with the Oxford Skull-Base MDT and Joint Thyroid MDTs providing a regional orbital surgery service and is the departmental lead for oculoplastic and orbital surgery. Mr Norris also specialises in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery around the eyes. He is a member of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society and sits the executive committee. Mr Norris has run an international fellowship programme at the Oxford Eye Hospital since 2013.

Mr Norris is a previous Fellow of the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence. He is a current examiner for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford. In 2017 he completed an MSc (passing with distinction) at the University of Oxford (Surgical Science and Practice).

He has a particular interest in eyelid reconstruction, facial palsy and thyroid eye disease.

Manoj V Parulekar MS FRCS FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Manoj Parulekar is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital and Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Mr Parulekar graduated from University of Mumbai, India, followed by ophthalmology training in Oxford and Toronto. His area of interest is paediatric ophthalmology, and squint correction in children and adults. He contributes to the ocular motility service (squints and complex eye movement disorders) in Oxford, and the paediatric ophthalmology services.

Mr Parulekar is active in clinical and basic science research, serves on the editorial board of journals, with contributions to several scientific publications and text books. He has a major interest in international ophthalmology, and is a trustee of Sightsavers International, a charity dealing with prevention and treatment of blindness.

Mr Parulekar contributes actively to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and is a member of the paediatric, international and academic sub-committees, and is treasurer of the Oxford Ophthalmological Congress. He runs a successful fellowship programme between Birmingham and Oxford.

Manoj V Parulekar

CK Patel BSc MBBS FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

CK Patel was appointed to the Oxford Eye Hospital in 2001 and treats patients who have cataracts and retinal disease requiring surgery, such as vitreous haemorrhage retinal detachment, macular hole and epiretinal membrane.

Following undergraduate medical training at the London Hospital Medical College, Mr Patel had a broad-based training in centres of excellence in ophthalmology, including London, Oxford and Toronto.

He has pioneered new surgical techniques in children which are increasingly adopted internationally. He has developed a national service in Oxford for the surgical management of retinal detachment in retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). The main base for this service is now at Great Ormond Street where Mr Patel was appointed an Honorary Consultant in 2014. Mr Patel is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences where he has a wide-ranging clinical research portfolio.

He has over 100 publications in peer reviewed journals and was awarded a Master of Science at St Catherine's College for his thesis on ultrawide-field imaging in ROP.

Paul Rosen BSc MBChB FRCS FRCOphth MBA

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Paul Rosen is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital and was Head of Department from 1998 to 2004. His special interests are postgraduate teaching, cataract/refractive surgery, laser refractive surgery, vitreoretinal/trauma surgery and medico-legal reporting.

He is a senior lecturer at the University of Oxford, Visiting Ophthalmologist, Refractive Service Moorfields Eye Hospital, President, UK and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, Medical Editor of 'Eurotimes', a publication of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS), Elected Council member of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS), an Honour Award recipient from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and a Royal College of Ophthalmologists Examiner.

Paul Rosen

Audrey Shwe-Tin MBChB MRCOphth FRCOphth MD(Res)

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Miss Audrey Shwe-Tin is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital with sub-specialty interests in emergency eye care and primary eye care, cornea adnexa, glaucoma and cataract surgery.

She graduated from University of Sheffield, trained in both Northern and Oxford deaneries before undertaking her fellowship in emergency eye care at Oxford University Hospitals

Miss Shwe-Tin undertook her postgraduate research on pupillometry and pupil responses in glaucoma patients at University College London and is active in clinical research at Oxford University Hospitals. She won the Nottingham Research Trophy, Pfizer Research Prize and OHSRC research grant.

Miss Shwe-Tin is a fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, reviewer of BMJ learning modules and an honorary clinical teaching fellow at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Oxford.

Audrey Shwe-Tin

Samantha de Silva MA MRCP FRCOphth DPhil

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Miss Samantha de Silva is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Oxford Eye hospital specialising in medical retina disorders.

After graduating from the universities of Cambridge (pre-clinical) and Oxford (clinical medicine), she trained in the Oxford deanery and was awarded a Wellcome Trust fellowship to undertake doctoral research into gene therapy for inherited retinal disorders.

This was followed by two subspecialist fellowships in medical retina at the Oxford Eye Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

She has won numerous prizes including the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Harcourt medal (2008) and RCOphth/Fight for Sight prize (2018).

Her clinical and research interests include diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions, age-related macular degeneration, inherited retinal disease and cataract surgery.

Samantha de Silva

Niamh Stone Bsc(Hons) MBChB MRCP FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Miss Niamh Stone is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye hospital specialising in Medical Retina disorders and Cataract.

After graduating from the University of Edinburgh she undertook postgraduate Medical and Ophthalmic training in Scotland and Oxford. She also spent time as a Medical Retina Fellow at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

Miss Stone is actively involved in teaching and training. She teaches on the MSc in Primary Care Ophthalmology run by the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh and Edinburgh University and is an Examinations Committee member at the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

She is an Educational Supervisor to both Specialist Trainee Ophthalmologists and Clinical Undergraduate Medical Students at the University of Oxford.

Miss Niamh Stone

Rajen Tailor BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCP FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Rajen Tailor is a Consultant Ophthalmologist with a specialist interest in glaucoma and cataracts.

Prior to his consultant appointment, Mr Tailor was a fellow in the sub-specialist field of glaucoma at Moorfields eye Hospital, London, where he gained extensive experience in the medical, laser and surgical management of glaucoma.

Mr Tailor is experienced in performing both conventional glaucoma surgery (trabeculectomy and aqueous shunt implantation) as well as the newer minimal invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures such as the I-stent implant, hydrus implant, Xen implant and KDB glaucoma procedure.

Mr Tailor is actively involved in teaching, training and research in the field of Glaucoma, running a bi-annual surgical glaucoma course, speaking at local and regional meetings, training fellows from the UK and overseas and acting as a principal investigator for an international glaucoma study.

He has a number of peer-reviewed publications and book chapters in the field of glaucoma and has won local, national and international prizes in both general ophthalmology and glaucoma.

Rajen Tailor

Kanmin Xue MA (Oxon) MB BChir PhD (Cantab) FRCOphth

Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Mr Kanmin Xue is an Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital with sub-specialty expertise in vitreoretinal surgery, retinal diseases, complex cataract and intraocular lens surgery.

In addition to clinical work, Kanmin is a Wellcome Trust Clinician Scientist Fellow (Principal Investigator) at the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, University of Oxford, where he leads the Retinal Disease and Repair Group conducting laboratory research to develop novel therapies for retinal degeneration and inflammation.

He graduated with the top first class (Martin Wronker Prize) in Medicine from Brasenose College Oxford before undertaking the MB/PhD programme at Trinity College Cambridge and MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

He completed residency in London, ophthalmology training in the Oxford Deanery, and an NIHR Academic Clinical Lectureship (ACL) in Oxford under the mentorship of Professor Robert MacLaren where he led pioneering clinical trials of gene therapies for choroideremia and retinitis pigmentosa, and robotic retinal surgery. These were followed by a vitreoretinal fellowship at the prestigious Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

Kanmin Xue

Sanil Shah MBBS MS FRCS FRCOphth

Locum Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Sanil Shah is a Locum Consultant Ophthalmologist at Oxford Eye Hospital, and an Honorary Locum Consultant at Darlington Memorial Hospital. He has sub-specialty expertise in paediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, squint and cataract surgery.

He received his medical and ophthalmology training in India. He was trained in paediatric and neuro-ophthalmology at the prestigious Sankara Nethralaya, India.

Before joining Oxford Eye Hospital he worked at County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, where he led the Paediatric Ophthalmology Service and established the Neuro-ophthalmology Service.

He is actively involved in training and research. He has published and presented his research work at many conferences and he is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

Miss Eva Oustabassidis MD

Locum Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon

Miss Eva Oustabassidis works as a Locum Consultant Surgeon at Oxford Eye Hospital, with a special interest in Oculoplastics.

She completed her medical degree in Brussels, Belgium and completed her Ophthalmology training between Brussels and Oxford Eye Hospital.

Once she graduated as an Ophthalmologist, she returned back to Oxford Eye Hospital to complete a three-year Oculoplastic fellowship.

She has worked as a Locum Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon at Oxford Eye Hospital since August 2023 and has endorsed the role of Clinical Audit Lead.

She is also actively involved in teaching undergraduate students and postgraduate doctors.

Eva Oustabassidis
Last reviewed:30 May 2024