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    ABOUT DR HARI JAYARAM

     

    Dr Hari Jayaram is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and Clinician-Scientist based at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, with an honorary academic appointment as a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London. He has a specialist interest in glaucoma, with expertise in the medical, laser and surgical management of all adult glaucoma, including more complex and secondary glaucomas, as well as cataract surgery, especially in patients with glaucoma or raised eye pressure.

    Hari’s initial medical training was at the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford and he completed his specialist ophthalmology training at St Thomas’ Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. He was awarded a prestigious Clinical Research Training Fellowship from the Medical Research Council and Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, leading to the award of a PhD in Retinal Stem Cell Biology at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. As an Academic Clinical Lecturer at the NIHR Moorfields Biomedical Research Centre, Hari continued his post-doctoral research into stem cell based and other novel therapies for glaucoma and completed his subspecialty surgical fellowship training in glaucoma at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in conjunction with Fight for Sight, spending two years at the Casey Eye Institute in Portland, Oregon, USA undertaking research into the development of new treatments for glaucoma before returning as clinician-scientist faculty to Moorfields.

    Dr Jayaram is the Deputy Director of the Glaucoma Service and Director of the prestigious Glaucoma Fellowship Program at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He also co-chairs the Research Management Committee which provides oversight and governance for all research activity performed at Moorfields.

    Dr Jayaram sees private patients at the Moorfields Private Eye Hospital which is located a few minutes walk from Old Street Underground Station in Central London.