1978BSc Pharmacology and Basic Medical Sciences, UCL
1981MBBS Westminster Medical School
1987 FRCS Ophthalmology London
The epidemiology of glaucoma and glaucoma related parameters in rural communities mesoendemic and nonendemic for onchocerciasis, Kaduna State, Northern Nigeria.
1995 MSc in Epidemiology London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
1995 DLSHTM Diploma of The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
2013 FWACS Honorary Fellowship
2022 MBE for services to health in Western Africa
The internet is a powerful and wonderful tool but information is varied in quality and content. The information page has yet to be completed but does have information on COVID and a new page on nicotinamide and glaucoma. It could be taking the vitamin supplement is helpful in preventing progression.
The glaucomas are the second most common cause of preventable blindness in the world. Our group have investigated public health initiatives, economic modeling, care provision pathways, co-management and improved surgical interventions.
My research group has undertaken public health initiatives in UK and Africa tailored for specific communities. We are working with the West African College of Surgeons to develop sub-specialist training throughout West Africa and training local trainers to deliver that.
CLINICS AND OPERATING ARE STARTING TO RETURN TO NORMAL SO PLEASE CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION
Glaucoma is a condition that requires regular review and management.
Please contact my PA team
This video is about the surgical training for West Africa. It outlines the project an update is at https://vimeo.com/462153775
there is a follow-up new video showing our latest situation
This website won't let me give these direct links so cut and paste please
It is important that research is both relevant and of high quality. The publication page details over 100 publications covering the range of my research