Mr Mohammad Ahmad graduated with his medical degree from Guy’s, King’s & St. Thomas’ School of Medicine. He was awarded numerous merits and awards during Medical School including a Distinction as well as the King’s College Academic Scholarship for outstanding academic performance awarded to the top 1% of students.
After completing his ophthalmology training in Yorkshire and West Midlands, he moved to the Liverpool to undertake specialist training in anterior segment surgery and laser eye surgery at the prestigious St. Paul’s Eye Unit. There, he is working on a number of research trials related to refractive surgery including advanced techniques for assessing corneal biomechanics. In addition, Mr Ahmad also undertook advanced refractive training at the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.
After his training, he was appointed as a consultant in St. Paul’s Eye Unit in Corneal, Cataract and Refractive surgery, where he is co-leading the development of the refractive unit.
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