Día del Congreso 10, 11 y 12 de Junio 2021, Virtual

Dr. Anthony Khawaja

Anthony Khawaja is a consultant ophthalmologist currently working in the glaucoma service at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. He completed his medical training at the University of Cambridge and University College London and has undertaken the majority of his ophthalmic residency training at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Anthony’s research training began with a Wellcome Trust funded PhD programme at the University of Cambridge, including a Masters in Epidemiology for which he won the Nick Day Prize. He was also awarded the Berkeley Fellowship which supported a research period at Harvard Medical School. Anthony’s research interests concern the genetic and environmental epidemiology of glaucoma, and learning about disease pathogenesis and optimal care pathways by probing routinely collected data. Anthony is an active member of international multidisciplinary consortia for eye diseases, including the International Glaucoma Genetics Consortium and the European Eye Epidemiology consortium. Anthony established the Young Ophthalmologists section of the European Society of Ophthalmology and is director for the European Leadership Development Programme. He was recently ranked eighth in the world of Rising Stars in ophthalmology by his peers for The Ophthalmologist. Anthony is chair of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Informatics sub-committee. In his spare time, Anthony is passionate about music: he plays the piano, composes, and enjoys listening to broad range of music. His favourite record of 2019 was This Is Not a Safe Place by Ride, produced by Erol Alkan.