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Professor William Morgan

“He has completed a doctorate in philosophy studying the response of the optic nerve to pressure, particularly in relation to glaucoma.”

Biography

Professor William Morgan joined the Board in 2018. He is a consultant ophthalmologist at Royal Perth Hospital, consultant ophthalmologist at Perth Children’s Hospital, Professor at UWA and also Co-Director of the Lions Eye Institute McCusker Glaucoma Centre. He has completed a doctorate in philosophy studying the response of the optic nerve to pressure, particularly in relation to glaucoma. He sees patients with glaucoma and other ocular conditions such as cataracts. Professor Morgan maintains an active research interest in glaucoma as well as in the epidemiology of blinding eye disease.

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Member of Australian New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS) and on the ANZGS committee

Consultant ophthalmologist at Royal Perth Hospital
Consultant ophthalmologist at Perth Children's Hospital
Professor at UWA
Co-Director of LEI’s McCusker Glaucoma Centre
Consultant ophthalmologist at Albany Regional Hospital
Visiting professor at Udayana University, Indonesia

Glaucoma
Epidemiology of blinding eye disease
Eyes diseases within aboriginal populations

Doctorate in philosophy studying the response of the optic nerve to pressure, particularly in relation to glaucoma
Chairman of NHMRC glaucoma guidelines committee

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