Ms Evgenia Anikina is an accomplished and highly-experienced consultant vitreoretinal surgeon based in London. Her specialities include, but are not limited to, vitreoretinal surgery, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration alongside diabetic retinopathy, secondary intraocular lens replacement, and retinal detachment.
She started her training career at the internationally-renowned University of Cambridge where she received her Bachelor's degree, Masters of Science degree and Master of Arts degree. Following this, she did her initial postgraduate training and registrar roles at multiple hospitals before Ms Anikina completed two fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, to further advance her training in her speciality. She consequently completed a clinical research fellowship studying gene therapies for retinal dystrophies at University College London's Institute of Ophthalmology.
A holistic approach is important to Ms Anikina, as she puts listening to her patients' concerns first and creating a unique, customised treatment plan for each patient. Due to her training and expertise in not just the surgical retinal field but also medical retina, she is able to provide the best all-encompassing eye care to her patients. She currently works with her private clinics Clinica London and Spire Dunedin Hospital, as well as Royal Berkshire NHS Trust, working from Windsor and Reading.
At the moment, Ms Anikina is involved in running a local vitreoretinal service in Berkshire and continuing her involvement in medical education and research.
Ms Anikina ensures her continual development and education by being a member of, and collaborating with, multiple professional organisations, associations and taking on national and international roles in her field.