Professor Timothy Llewelyn Jackson

Ophthalmologist in London


Professor Timothy Llewelyn Jackson areas of expertise:

Professional statement

​​Professor Timothy Llewelyn Jackson is a leading consultant ophthalmic surgeon who currently sees patients at The London Clinic in Harley Street and The Guthrie Clinic at King's College Hospital. He has a specialist interest in age-related macular degeneration, diabetes and cataract surgery, and has subspecialty expertise in medical retina and vitreoretinal surgery. He is the editor of The Moorfields Manual of Ophthalmology and is the Chief Investigator on a number of large ophthalmology trials including several on macular degeneration.

Professor Jackson leads the undergraduate ophthalmology teaching at King's College London, he is a Professor of Retinal Research, with a large and active research multi-million pound research portfolio. He is a specialist advisor to NICE and sits on NICE's Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee. He frequently has research published in journals related to retinal / macular eye issues.

Professor Jackson completed his medical degree in New Zealand and began his ophthalmology training in the UK. Professor Jackson was senior house officer at St Thomas' Hospital in London. He completed a retinal PhD at The Rayne Institute, London and later undertook a further four years of registrar training based at Moorfields Eye Hospital, where he stayed on as a Vitreoretinal Fellow until his consultant appointment at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

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