Professor Tom Williamson has 30 years of experience in Ophthalmology and 22 years in Vitreoretinal surgery.
He was a founder of the EyeHope charity through which he hopes to support research, teaching and training in diseases of the eye.
Professor Williamson is director of Consultants Eye Surgeon Partnership (CESP) South Thames and also works for Fight for Sight.
He is a senior consultant Ophthalmologist at St Thomas' Hospital, London, Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup, Kent, and an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at King's College, London. His specialist area of interest is retinal disease and surgery.
He trained in Aberdeen, Cambridge, Glasgow and London. With over 130 publications of which 110 are in international peer review journals and chapters in renowned surgical texts (including the Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology which won the best medical text book in the British Medical Association 2005 awards).
He has written a major textbook; Vitreoretinal Surgery that is now going in its second edition.
Professor Williamson possesses an international reputation for surgery and research in ophthalmology.
He performs all types of retinal surgery including new innovative techniques as well as small incision sutureless cataract surgery.
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