I have been a consultant in ophthalmology since 2010 having completed 10 years of training mainly in the UK but also spending periods abroad in New Zealand and the US.
I studied medicine at St. Andrews University and the University of Manchester before commencing my specialist training in ophthalmology.
I am a full-time NHS consultant based at the world-renowned St. Paul's Eye Unit based within the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, UK.
My clinical practice encompasses all aspects of ophthalmology but I am the lead clinician for adult strabismus and neuro-ophthalmology being responsible for developing and leading these important aspects of ophthalmology for the lovely people of Merseyside.
I have published over 30 articles in peer-reviewed medical literature, mainly dealing with the positive effects of squint surgery.
I am an honorary lecturer at the University of Liverpool, School of Orthoptists.
Training is a vastly important part of any senior clinicians jobs and I have taken up the post of training programme director for the ophthalmic trainees in Merseyside.