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Professor Timothy Jackson

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Ophthalmology

 

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Last updated: 15 Apr 2020

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  • Surgical retinal

About me

Professor Jackson is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon with a specialist interest in age-related macular degeneration, diabetes and cataract surgery. He has subspecialty expertise in vitreoretinal surgery and medical retina.

Professor Jackson is the editor of Moorfields Manual of Ophthalmology and is the Chief Investigator on a number of ophthalmology trials including several on age-related macular degeneration.

He leads the undergraduate ophthalmology teaching at King's College London where he is a Senior Clinical Lecturer with a large, active research portfolio with research income in excess of £4M.

He is a specialist advisor to NICE and sits on NICE's Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee. He has over 100 retinal / macular publications.

Areas of interest

Disease of the retina and macula; age-related macular degneration; diabetic retinopathy; diabetic maculopathy; macular hole; epiretinal membrane; vitreomacular traction; central serous chorioretinopathy; retinal detachment; cataract surgery

Medical secretaries

  • Lisa Orpwood
  • Department of Ophthalmology King's College Hospital Denmark Hill London SE5 9RS
  • 020 7060 1968
  • 020 7084 0328

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