Dr. Adam Gajdatsy
“Dr Gajdatsy's research interests lie in orphan tumour research, being involved in setting up the Ophthalmic Tumour Registry of WA. Future research into the genomics and other characteristics of these rare ocular and orbital tumours is planned. Past research has been into lacrimal drainage disease following chemotherapy for breast cancer, and in novel eyelid reconstructive methods.”
Dr Adam Gajdatsy MB ChB trained in ophthalmology in Western Australia before undertaking advanced fellowship training at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London in oculoplastic, lacrimal and orbital surgery.
Dr Gajdatsy is currently operating as a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at LEI Nedlands, SJOG Subiaco, and Murdoch surgicentre for private surgery.
He provides public (uninsured) patient services at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and Osborne Park Hospital.
He sits on the Executive Committee of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgeons (ANZSOPS), as immediate past president of the society (2015-2017).Make a Booking
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Adam has completed fellowships in oculoplastic, lacrimal and orbital surgery at both the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff and at Moorfield’s Eye Hospital, London.
- Membership of Professional / National / Regional Bodies
- Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists
- Fellow of Australian and New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgeons
- Member of the Australian Medical Association
- Current Hospital / University Affiliations
- Coordinator of ophthalmology teaching at UWA.
- Ophthalmic surgeon consultant at Lions Eye Institute, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Osborne Park Hospital and Murdoch Surgicentre.
- Honorary ophthalmologist consultant at Perth Children's Hospital, Perth.
- Research Interests
- Novel methods of eyelid reconstruction and tear drainage following chemotherapy for breast cancer.
- Genetic mechanisms of thyroid ophthalmopathy through the Ophthalmic Biobank of WA (OBWA), based here at the Lions Eye Institute.
- The association between myopia and skin cancer (Lions Eye’s Professor Mackey’s study).
- Other Interests
Adam plays and coaches hockey