Mr Daniel Ezra is a full time consultant surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital where he heads the oculoplastic, orbital and lacrimal research programme. His specialist interest is in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He is clinical lead for the botox service and is the training director for Oculoplastic surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Mr Ezra read medicine at King’s College, Cambridge University. He graduated with degrees in medicine and the History and Philosophy of Science, winning several awards.
His higher surgical training in Ophthalmology was undertaken at the world famous Moorfields Eye Hospital.His research doctorate on eyelid laxity was awarded many prestigious prizes including the Syme medal from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Sir Lionel Whitby Medal and Prize from the University of Cambridge for a thesis of ‘exceptional merit’.
Mr Ezra Undertook subspecialist training as Oculoplastic, orbital and lacrimal fellow at Moorfields for over two years and then completed his training through a JCST Interface fellowship in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery with training in Plastic Surgery, ENT surgery, Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and Dermatology.
Mr Ezra has a strong interest in teaching, holding a Masters degree in Medical Education and a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.He lectures widely both within the UK and internationally and continues to be involved in the training of tomorrow’s surgeons.