Every year Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation funds a number of honorary positions within the Sydney Eye Hospital. The Foundation pays the salary on the fellows for a period of 12 months while they work at the Sydney Eye Hospital. This is made possible thanks to the generous donations of our many supporters.
If you are interested in becoming a Sydney Eye Hospital Fellow you can read about the available positions and application process on our Fellowships page.
Dr Nathaniel Knox Cartwright – Corneal Fellow
From the UK, Nat Knox Cartwright started at the Sydney Eye Hospital in July 2012. Nearly all of his ophthalmology training, including his just completed Cornea Fellowship, was in Bristol. He hopes to learn from the different clinical and surgical approaches taken by the consultants at Sydney Eye Hospital and will be applying for consultant posts in the UK on his return.
Dr Manju Meena – Oculoplastic Fellow
Dr Manju Meena comes to us from India and started the Oculoplasty Fellowship in Sydney Eye Hospital in October this year. She completed her ophthalmology training in New Delhi and also completed an Oculoplasty and Ocular Oncology Fellowship from LV Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad, India in 2010. She hopes to learn facial reconstruction, aesthetics and cultural diversities and plans to apply her skills for patient care back home in India.
Dr Avinash Gurbaxani – Professorial Fellow
Dr Avinash Gurbaxani is the Uveitis and Medical Retina Fellow working with the Professorial Unit. He has trained at Moorfi elds and St. Thomas’ Hospitals in London as well as the Oxford Eye Hospital. He plans to return to work as a Uveitis MR consultant in the UK after his Fellowship.
Dr Ee Ling Ang – Graham Lovett Vitreoretinal Fellow
Dr Ee Ling Ang trained in Vitreoretinal surgery at Penang Hospital, Malaysia. She will return to Malaysia in February, after a year of comprehensive training in medical and surgical retinal diseases in Sydney Eye Hospital, to run the Vitreoretinal Unit at Penang Hospital.
Dr Kapil Bhatia – Dr Eddie Donaldson Vitreoretinal Fellow
Dr Kapil Bhatia began his Vitreo Retinal Fellowship in Sydney Eye Hospital in August 2012. He completed his ophthalmology training in New Delhi, India and completed a Vitreo Retinal Fellowship at LV Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad, India in 2010. He hopes to learn not only clinical and surgical skills but also learn more about culture and language diversities and will return to start his own practice in India.