Ms Pallavi Tyagi is a highly skilled and accomplished consultant ophthalmic surgeon practising in London at private clinics and NHS. Her specialist interests are in cataract and retinal surgery, retinal diseases, vitreoretinal surgery, macular holes, and retinal detachment.
Ms Tyagi undertook her ophthalmology training in Scotland and completed prestigious fellowships in vitreoretinal surgery from Glasgow and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. She is lead for vitreoretinal surgery and diabetic eye diseases at Hillingdon Hospital, London.
Ms Tyagi boasts a higher than national average success for cataract surgery. She is trusted by her colleagues to performs complex procedures, such as lens exchanges. Ms Tyagi is an expert in managing retinal diseases as diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, intravitreal injections, and vein and artery occlusion, retinal laser and floaters
In addition to her practice, Ms Tyagi takes on leadership roles within research and education. She holds a portfolio of roles at the Royal College of Ophthalmologists which include programme editor for on-line learning program, faculty for teaching cataract surgery, and examiner for Ophthalmology doctors. She is also the Chief Investigator on her research project on retinal disease with the British Ophthalmological Surveillance Unit.
Due to her efforts in ophthalmology and vitreoretinal surgery, Ms Tyagi has been an invited speaker and presenter and many national and international conferences. Her research has been published in a myriad of peer-reviewed journals around the globe. Exceptionally, she has received a list of awards throughout both her training and professional careers.