Dr Banerjee graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales, and extensively trained in Ophthalmology at some of the leading centres in the world including Oxford, London, Melbourne, Sydney and Houston Texas USA, completing dual specialist Ophthalmology training from both the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital, London and Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney.
She undertook a further two years of Subspecialist fellowship training at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London with a special interest in Diabetes, Macular Degeneration and Retinal Disorders, and has participated in many Multicentre Clinical Trials in Ophthalmology. She has also worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service Outback Eye Program and has an interest in teaching and public speaking.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, European Society of Retina Specialists, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Dr Donaldson’s specialist qualification in ophthalmology was obtained at the Sydney Eye Hospital and a number of associated hospitals in Sydney and NSW country. Further sub-specialist training in strabismus and paediatric ophthalmology was undertaken at the prestigious Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada.
He is currently involved with registrar and medical student training. He has lectured extensively in Australia and overseas and has numerous peer reviewed publications concerning paediatrics and strabismus.
He acts as the external examiner in General Ophthalmology for the Hong Kong College of Ophthalmology.
Dr Donaldson is a Staff Specialist at Westmead Children’s Hospital and a visiting medical officer at Sydney Children’s as well as Sydney Eye Hospital where he is head of the strabismus unit which services adults and children. He operates privately at Epping Surgery Centre.
Dr Donaldson continues a keen interest in general ophthalmology including cataract surgery as well as his sub-speciality interest in paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.
Dr Andrew Kaines is a specialist ophthalmologist and ophthalmic surgeon, with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of the macula and retina, including macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease. He is also an experienced cataract surgeon, performing hundreds of operations every year.
After completing ophthalmology training at Prince of Wales Hospital, Dr Kaines spent several years in sought after international medical retina fellowship positions at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, and the Jules Stein Institute UCLA, in California. It was during this time that Andrew worked alongside world-renowned retinal experts, and was able to sharpen his skills in diagnosing, and treating macula, and retinal diseases.
Since returning to Australia, Dr Kaines was appointed to a Medical Retina sub-specialty position at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
He has been involved in leading edge research into new treatments and diagnostic techniques for diabetes, macular degeneration, branch retinal vein occlusions, central retinal vein occlusions, and central serous retinopathy, and continues to be a part of ongoing research with several centres here in Australia.
He performs a number of procedures, including intravitreal anti-VEGF injections for the treatment of a number of conditions, including age-related macular degeneration, and pan-retinal photocoagulation for diabetic retinopathy.
Dr Khannah graduated from the University of Sydney and underwent specialist training at Sydney Eye Hospital and its affiliated teaching hospitals
He has special interests in cataract and refractive surgery.
Gagan is a founding surgeon, board member and Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at Epping Surgery Centre.
He is a member of the Cataract Surgery and Implant unit at Macquarie University Hospital. He is also a member of the Australian, American and European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
Dr Khannah has presented his research at local and international meetings as well as publications in international journals. He has also published a chapter in a book regarding cataract surgery techniques.
He is a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Sydney University and a Senior Lecturer at Macquarie University.
Dr Peter Kim graduated from the University of NSW with Honours and completed his Ophthalmology training at Sydney Eye Hospital. He was awarded the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology Medal in 1999.
He is a Staff Specialist and member of the Corneal Unit at the Sydney Eye Hospital and enjoys teaching Registrars and Fellows in the art of Cataract and Corneal Surgery.
Dr Kim has completed prestigious subspecialty fellowship training in Cataract & Corneal Surgery at Sydney Eye Hospital; Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus in Vancouver, Canada; and Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery in Toronto, Canada.
Peter has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed international journals as well as two book chapters in his areas of expertise. He regularly presents at Australian and international meetings.
Dr Kim consults at Epping Eye Surgery, Macquarie Street Eye Surgeons (Sydney), Sydney Vision and Laser Centre (Bondi Junction) and Burwood Eye Clinic.
Dr Umesh Nanda completed his Ophthalmology Fellowship training at Sydney Eye Hospital in 1999. He was awarded the RANZCO medal for excellence in both part 1 and part 2 of the Fellowship exams by the college.
He is currently providing a comprehensive General Ophthalmology practice, the Hills Eye Surgery, based in Pennant Hills.
His areas of special interest include Cataract and anterior segment surgery and Medical Retinal diseases like Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Degeneration.
Dr. Amy Pai specialises in treating retinal problems including diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration, myopic degeneration, polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy, genetic eye problems, as well as ocular problems caused by uveitis. She is also experienced in treating common eye problems including cataract and dermatochalasis.
She completed her undergraduate medical degree at the University of New South Wales after entering the university with the Premier’s Award of Excellence. She furthered her academic pursuits in completing a PhD in clinical ophthalmology at the University of Sydney in 2013. She has been recognised for her research with many prestigious awards including the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) postgraduate scholarship, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) travel grant, Westmead Charitable Trust Travel Scholarship, and the most recent RANZCO industry sponsored scholarship. She has published in many peer reviewed journals and is a current clinical associate lecturer at the University of Sydney.
After completing her Ophthalmology training in the Sydney Eye Network, she went on to complete a Fellowship in Medical Retina and Uveitis at the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital in London (2016-7).
In her own time, she also went to National Taiwan University Hospital to learn about particular retinal and uveitic conditions prevalent in the Asian population, as well as blepharoplasty.
Dr. Amy Pai is fluent in Mandarin, and speaks some Cantonese and Japanese.
Dr Rowe graduated from the University of Sydney in 1992 and completed a Master of Public Health in 1998.
In 2002-2003 he went to the UK to undertake a fellowship at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in paediatric ophthalmology where a major highlight was being appointed team doctor for the Stockport County Football Club.
He is currently a Staff Specialist at The Children’s Hospital Westmead, sub-specialising in paediatric eye problems. He operates privately at Epping Surgery Centre.
Neil lives in Sydney with his wife and four children and enjoys playing golf and squash when he has the time.
Prior to starting medicine Dr Sandercoe completed a Bachelor of Medical Science with Honours at Sydney University in 1997. In the following years Dr Sandercoe embarked on a PhD looking at Retinal Vascular Development at Sydney University. He simultaneously completed this with his medical degree at the same university in 2005.
Dr Sandercoe started his prevocational training at Westmead Hospital in 2005 and completed his Ophthalmology Training at Sydney Eye Hospital in 2011 and was awarded FRANZCO after completing a General Ophthalmology Fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital in 2012.
He completed a Paediatric Ophthalmology Fellowship at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane from 2013 to mid 2014. He then undertook a Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital until mid 2015. He was award a RANZCO travel scholarship for this period. Upon returning to Australia he worked at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane as a locum staff specialist before returning to Sydney.
Throughout his training and fellowships he has been involved in the teaching of medical students, other non ophthalmic medical professionals, including the Rural Vocational Training Scheme for General Practitioners, as well as supervision of registrars, and has several publications.
After graduating from the University of Sydney, Dr Sehu has spent nine years of specialist research, training and practice in the Sydney Eye Hospital and with advanced fellowships abroad at the Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology, University of Glasgow UK in ophthalmic pathology, oculoplastic surgery and ocular oncology. Returning to Sydney, he has become a staff specialist at the Sydney Eye Hospital where he holds the position of Director of Eye Emergency and the Co-Director of Training of Eye Registrars.
Teaching is an important activity for Dr Sehu and he has been an invited speaker to many ophthalmology, optometry, nursing and paramedical conferences in Australia and abroad. He is an examiner for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists and for universities overseas.
He is a Clinical Lecturer for the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Sydney and holds a yearly course teaching ophthalmic pathology for Eye Registrars in Australia and New Zealand. Dr Sehu writes a monthly column for the Australian Doctor, a weekly magazine received by all Australian GPs. He has participated in volunteer ophthalmic work and teaching in developing countries.
Dr Sehu’s textbook in Ophthalmic Pathology is well recognized internationally and awarded the finalist for the Medical Book of the Year at the Society of Authors and Royal Society of Medicine Medical Book Awards in 2006. His most recent publication is the Eye Emergency Manual which was published by the NSW Department of Health, which is now used in most emergency departments within the country and it has also become the standard ophthalmic text for most medical schools in NSW.
Dr Sehu consults at his newly built private practice in Eastwood and Macquarie Street Sydney and operates privately at the Epping Surgery Centre.
Dr Shah completed his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Sydney. He undertook specialist ophthalmology training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and at the Sydney Eye Hospital. He obtained his Fellowship in Glaucoma at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London which runs the busiest tertiary glaucoma clinics in the world.
He has been a VMO at St Vincent’s Hospital and Bankstown Hospital for the past 15 years where he has a glaucoma clinic and surgical list at both hospitals. He is actively involved in Sydney Eye Hospital registrar teaching at these institutions.
Dr Shah regularly lectures and teaches to GP’s, optometrists, medical students and registrars. He is a past co-editor of the Glaucoma chapter in “Clinical Evidence”, a BMJ publication.
Dr Shah has a keen interest in Glaucoma surgery and the role of Cataract surgery in glaucoma. He also has interests in Angle Closure Glaucoma, Laser Treatments for Glaucoma and MIGS Treatments for Glaucoma. He is an active member of the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Interest Group ( ANZGIG ).
Dr Shah operates privately at the Epping Surgery Centre where he is a board member and on the medical advisory committee. He has public operating rights at St Vincent’s and Bankstown Hospitals.
Besides ophthalmology he enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family and travelling. He is a keen golfer and is trying hard to maintain his single figure golf handicap!
Dr Singh completed his ophthalmic training in London at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, one of the most prestigious ophthalmic hospitals in the world. He also trained at Westminster Hospital and St. Thomas’s Hospital London.
He obtained his fellowship in Ophthalmology and the Certificate of Higher Surgical Training from the College of Ophthalmology both in London, England and was invited to receive the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Ophthalmology in 1994.
Dr Singh is one of the pioneers in small incision phacoemulsification cataract surgery in Australia. He has been actively involved in teaching and transfer of surgical skills in phacoemulsification small incision cataract surgery both here in Australia and overseas. He has conducted several workshops including live surgery here in Australia and overseas in Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and India.
Dr Singh has contributed to several chapters in books on phacoemulsification cataract surgery including how to successfully handle difficult cases. He has been involved in community education and provision of eye services to disadvantaged communities.
Dr Singh is in private ophthalmic practice in Ryde and Chatswood.
Dr Yeung graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Western Australia. In addition, he was awarded with a Master degree in corneal immunology at the same institution. After completing his ophthalmology training in New Zealand under the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), Dr Yeung undertook a cornea, external diseases, anterior segment and refractive surgery fellowship at the University of Ottawa Eye Institute in Canada, where he had the privilege of collaborating with many world-renowned ophthalmologists in North America.
Dr Yeung is experienced in performing complex cataract surgery, corneal and ocular surface (pterygium) surgery, collagen cross-linking, refractive surgery and intraocular injection. He regularly teaches medical and optometry students, general practitioners, and optometrists. Dr Yeung continues to be involved in both clinical and scientific research, and he has presented at many major international and Australian conferences including the annual meetings of American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS), the RANZCO annual scientific congress, and the World Cornea Congress. Furthermore, Dr Yeung has published in many major international peer-reviewed scientific journals as well as a textbook chapter in ocular immunology. He is a current member of RANZCO, AAO, ASCRS, International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS), Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia, and the Cornea Society.
Dr Yeung currently consults at Nepean Valley Eye Surgeons in Penrith, Campsie Professional Centre in Campsie, and Ashfield Eye Clinic in Ashfield. He operates privately at Epping Surgery Centre. Dr Yeung is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.