Mr Moin Mohamed
Diabetic eye disease treatment
If you develop the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, the most helpful treatment is to get your diabetes under tighter control.
3 consultants available
Mr Mohamedundertook 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.
He now specialises in medical retinal disease (including diabetes, age-related macular degeneration and genetic eye diseases) and cataract surgery in patients with pre-existing retinal disorders. He also has a particular interest in utilising new laser and intra-vitreal injection strategies in the management of these conditions.
In addition to running a large medical retinal service, he has a teaching and training commitment for trainee ophthalmologists, is responsible for clinical audit in Ophthalmology at St Thomas', and is involved with an international link for teaching and training at the University Eye Clinic in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
- Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London
- Educational and Clinical Supervisor in Ophthalmology
- Age related macular degeneration
- Diabetic retinopathy and other Retinal Vascular diseases
- Central serous chorio-retinopathy, inherited retinal disease
- Retinal laser treatments and intravitreal injection therapies
- Cataract surgery
- Medical retinal disease
- Cataract surgery
- Ophthalmic genetics
- General ophthalmology
- Year qualified 1991
- University of Sheffield, School of Medicine 1991
- University of Leeds, PhD in Molecular Genetics 2006
Currently, most of his free time revolves around entertaining his three young children.