Roger received his undergraduate degree from the University of California Berkeley and his medical degree from the University of London St George's Hospital Medical School. He is a Senior Honorary Lecturer at Kings College London and was awarded Best Ophthalmology Teacher for Undergraduate Medicine.
Luis is a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at St. Thomas' Universiy Hospital, London. He is in charge of paediatric ophthalmic patients who are admitted to the Evelina Children's Hospital, a tertiary referral centre in London. He was trained in Columbia and has a professorship from Rosario University in Bogota.
Moin undertook his training in Sheffield and Leeds with advanced specialty training in retinal disease at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He was the recipient of a prestigious Wellcome Trust Fellowship, leading to the award of a PhD for original research into the molecular and genetic basis of inherited eye disease, at the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine.
Having obtained a triple first from University of Cambridge in preclinical studies she completed her clinical medical school training at the University of Oxford. Her training in Ophthalmology was in London. Susana Morley has extensive training in eyelid, lacrimal and orbital surgery from several of the UK’s best oculoplastic centers including Moorfield’s Eye Hospital with and the specialist oculoplastic unit at East Grinstead
Following his qualification as an Ophthalmic Surgeon in 1990, he trained in corneal & small-incision cataract surgery. He spent two years at the United Medical and Dental Schools, University of London, receiving a Doctorate in Medicine for investigating the role of excimer laser refractive and corneal surgery. Upon completion of his ophthalmic surgical training at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London and Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, he undertook a fellowship with Professor Weinreb at the Shiley Eye Centre in San Diego, California, where he studied advanced techniques in glaucoma.
What's something exciting Dr Sui H. Wong is a consultant neurologist and neuro-ophthalmologist. Her NHS practice is based at both Moorfields Eye Hospital, and St Thomas’Hospital She is also an honorary consultant at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. In addition to her NHS practice, Dr Wong has a private practice based in central London.
Dr Wong sees patients with neurological conditions, and has a specialist interest in neuro-ophthalmology.
Working as a team is always better than working alone. When there are difficult problems which may require more than one expert, we can provide the best solution for your eyes
Ophthalmologist have their own specialist interests. General conditions can be treated by all ophthalmologists but when it comes down to the best treatment for your eye problem, you want the right doctor. We do just that
Each member of the team are national and international leaders in their field. Regularly invited to teach and lecture at courses and meetings, we aim to teach the best methods of practice in complex situations