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  1. New research from ARVO – The world’s largest eye research meeting — June 3, 2019
  2. 2018 in numbers…. — March 4, 2019
  3. Aloha from Hawaii! — June 11, 2018
  4. Happy New Year – and Mark’s book! — January 11, 2018
  5. Argentine Uveitis Society — October 17, 2016

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Jun
03

New research from ARVO – The world’s largest eye research meeting

The ARVO Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of eye and vision researchers in the world, attracting over 11,000 attendees from more than 75 countries. I went to ARVO in Vancouver in May to present some of my own research and to sit on the panel for one of the sessions. ARVO is an excellent… Continue reading »

Mar
04

2018 in numbers….

We’ve been crunching some of our private practice numbers and thought we’d share them with you, to give an idea of our practice size and specialties. Obviously bear in mind that Mark carries out many of these procedures and operations in his NHS practice, too, so his actual total is much higher! Number of consultations… Continue reading »

Jun
11

Aloha from Hawaii!

Aloha!  I recently attended the ARVO meeting in Hawaii. This is an annual meeting of eye research, devoted to vision and ophthalmology and is one of the largest conferences in the world. Having been in Baltimore last year (less popular), the venue was in Honolulu, Hawaii this May. I was one of about 10,000 delegates.… Continue reading »

Jan
11

Happy New Year – and Mark’s book!

  We’d like to wish all our patients and colleagues a happy and healthy New Year in 2018. Some of you may know that Mark has been busy writing a book!  Not an action adventure blockbuster, alas, but a primer on uveitis aimed at ophthalmologists in training.  Mark runs uveitis clinics at Moorfields Eye Hospital… Continue reading »

Oct
17

Argentine Uveitis Society

During the summer I was privileged to give a couple of lectures at the inaugural meeting of the Argentine Uveitis Society following a kind invitation from a colleague and fellow specialist, Professor Christobal Couto.  One of the lectures I gave was on a rare inflammatory disease of the eyes called Birdshot retinochoroiditis. I have a… Continue reading »

Mar
16

Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) – The iStent

iStent

There is currently a lot of interest in newer surgical techniques for treating glaucoma. Until recently, if the intraocular pressure could not be controlled with drops, and in some cases laser treatment, glaucoma specialists resorted to glaucoma surgery, either trabeculectomy (where a trapdoor flap is created to relieve pressure), or a tube. Whilst successful, these… Continue reading »

Jan
20

The 11th Pan-Hellenic Vitreo-Retinal Meeting – and archeology…

I was invited to speak recently at the 11th Pan-Hellenic vitreo-retinal meeting, held in Athens. This was a welcome chance to catch-up with my many Greek friends and colleagues. Some I trained alongside and others I have helped train during their time spent at Moorfields. I was invited to oppose the motion of a debate… Continue reading »

Dec
17

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We would like to wish all our patients, clinic staff and our optometrist and GP colleagues a very happy Christmas and a healthy New Year! With best wishes from Mark, Sylwia, Avni, Anabela, Sandrine and Chris

Feb
01

Using lasers in cataract surgery….the femtosecond laser

Mark was invited to present at a conference at Moorfields Eye Hospital a couple of weeks ago, devoted to the use of femtosecond laser in cataract surgery. This allowed those initial surgeons who’ve spearheaded the use of femtosecond laser in cataract surgery in the UK to share their experiences. The audience were primarily surgeons interested… Continue reading »

Dec
17

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We would like to wish all our patients, clinic staff and our optometrist and GP colleagues a very happy Christmas and a healthy New Year! With best wishes from Mark, Sylwia, Avni, Anabela, Sandrine and Chris

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