Professor K. Sheng Lim is an internationally renowned consultant ophthalmologist based in London specialising in glaucoma and cataract surgeries.
After qualifying from University of Leicester, he obtained his doctorate in medicine from University College London, receiving most of his general ophthalmology training at Moorfields Eye Hospital, the Western Eye Hospital, and the Royal Free Hospital. He underwent further glaucoma training at Moorfields Eye Hospital and The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA. Professor Lim is a consultant, the head of ophthalmology research and the director of the KCL Frost Eye Research Department at St Thomas' Hospital.
He is also the professor of glaucoma studies (Ophthalmology) in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine at King's College London, and has been involved in many landmarked studies in the treatment of glaucoma and is currently the principal and chief investigators of many on-going studies. He is at the forefront of his field, with clinical expertise in cutting-edge glaucoma surgeries such as iStent, Hydrus, PreserFlo (MicroSHunt), ECP laser, laser iridotomy, SLT laser, trabeculectomy, Baerveldt tube and more. He also specialises in cataract surgery, and carries out high volumes of cataract surgery each year.