I am a Consultant Ophthalmologist with a specialist interest in the management of corneal, conjunctival and external eye disease, and cataracts. My undergraduate medical training at Gonville & Caius college, Cambridge, led on to clinical training at Addenbrookes hospital and I qualified with honours in 2002.
After 'house jobs' at the West Suffolk Hospital, and concurrent work as a tutor and lecturer to undergraduate medical students at Cambridge University, I began my career in ophthalmology at the Kent County Ophthalmic Hospital, one of the UK's oldest eye hospitals.
From there, I progressed to train in most of the major eye units in the south-east, including St Thomas’ Hospital, London; Queen Victoria hospital, East Grinstead; the Oxford Eye Hospital, and the National Neurology Institute in Queens Square, London.
I held an Honorary Fellowship in cornea and external eye disease at Moorfields Eye Hospital, before being appointed to a Consultant post at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, where I now provide care for patients with cataracts, corneal and external eye disease at Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe General Hospitals.