Mr Goyal graduated with a merit award and second highest score in ophthalmology at university after finishing high school with all four gold medals and topmost marks in school.
Mr Goyal undertook his basic ophthalmology training in the South East Thames training rotation. He then completed higher specialist training in ophthalmology in Birmingham and London.
He has undertaken two glaucoma clinical fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital, St. Thomas’ and King's College Hospitals and an anterior segment fellowship at St. George’s and Moorfields Eye Hospitals.
Mr Goyal specialises in refractory glaucoma, complex cataracts and anterior segment disorders. His special interests include new treatments and outcomes of Laser and surgery for glaucoma.
He provides a specialized service for cataracts including ultra small incision, no injection, no stitches cataract surgery. He also implants premium Intra-ocular lenses including Toric lenses for correcting astigmatism and multifocal lenses for correcting presbyopia (to reduce spectacle dependence for both distance and near). He sub-specializes in treating cataracts in patients with glaucoma.
He is a principal investigator for the international randomized multicentre trials for glaucoma surgery and Laser called Primary Tube versus Trabeculectomy (PTVT) study and EAGLE (Effectiveness of early lens extraction in angle closure glaucoma) study. He is also supervising the primary open angle glaucoma in the young study in the United Kingdom in association with British Ophthalmic Surveillance Unit (BOSU).
Mr Goyal was awarded the prize for the best regional audit presentation and a gold medal and the award for the best overall research paper at the United Kingdom and Ireland Cataract and Refractive Society (UKISCRS) annual conference.
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