Dr Martin McKibbin
a consultant-ophthalmologist at St. James University Hospital in Leeds, England. Dr. McKibbin is one of the top ophthalmologists in Europe, with expertise in retinal diseases and age-related macular degeneration. He has led many studies on retinal diseases. Dr. McKibbin is also increasingly interested in the links between these diseases and genetics, as he says genetic research is becoming progressively important to ophthalmologists.
Dr Manfred Zierhut
is a Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Tübingen, Germany. His main areas of research and practice are experimental immunology, both intra- and extra-ocular inflammation (especially uveitis, conjunctivitis, and keratitis), allergies, and dry eye problems. Dr. Zierhut has published over a hundred research papers and given more than 600 lectures.
Dr Adam Booth
is an English ophthalmologist who specialises in glaucoma research. He has studied in England (Yorkshire and Leeds) and at the University of California, San Francisco, USA. In 2003, Dr. Booth joined the Royal Eye Infirmary in Plymouth, where he is currently Head of the Glaucoma Department. Additionally, Dr. Booth works at Peninsula Medical School and the University of Plymouth.
Dr Lakhdar Belhaouari
is a well-known plastic surgeon and trainer who is currently involved in private practice in Toulouse, France. He was previously the Head of the Clinic of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toulouse. Dr. Belhaouari specialises in aesthetic surgery in its broadest sense, but also specializes in non-invasive cosmetology: Botox and other fill-in injections, peeling, laser therapy, and more. Dr. Belhaouari has published two books and numerous articles on aesthetic surgery.
Dr Ethan Priel
is the founder and head of the Department of Ophthalmology at the MOR Institute in Israel. He has devoted most of his career to learning, developing, and refining ophthalmic imaging techniques. Dr. Priel has a special talent for teaching, and our doctors have been fortunate to participate in it through webinars. Furthermore, Dr. Priel is always ready to analyse our research and give good advice.
Dr Martin Long
is head of the Heidelberg Engineering training center. He is an ophthalmologist whose special passion is to display different parts of the eye and use them to diagnose diseases. Our cooperation started in 2016. In 2017, we already organized a workshop together on performing Spectral tests and analyzing images. Due to the current situation, we have now continued training online. If we have difficulty diagnosing a patient’s illness in our daily work, Dr. Martin Long and his colleagues are always ready to help us.