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Ashwin Reddy is a London Harley Street Children’s Eyes Specialist

Ashwin Reddy MBBChir, FRCOphth, MD

Paediatric Ophthalmologist & Children´s Eye Doctor

Qualifications

  • 2003: MD (Research Degree) Cambridge University
  • 1997: FRCOphth (Eye Degree) Royal College, London
  • 1992: MBBChir (Medical Degree) Cambridge University

Memberships

  • Fellow Royal College of Ophthalmologists
  • International Member of American Association of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
  • Member of International Society of Ocular Oncology
  • Member of International Society of Genetic Eye Disease and Retinoblastoma

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Ashwin Reddy, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist

Mr M. Ashwin Reddy is a consultant paediatric ophthalmologist at Barts and The London NHS Trust and Moorfields Eye Foundation Trust Hospital.

He leads the Paediatric Ophthalmology service at the Moorfields Eye Hospital (the largest children’s eye service in Europe) and also leads the Retinoblastoma service in London (one of only two centres in the UK).

He is actively interested in teaching and teaches medical students in his role as Senior Lecturer Queen Mary College, London University. In addition he has founded a course for paediatricians interested in children’s eye conditions.

Mr M. Ashwin Reddy is a consultant at Barts and The London NHS Trust and Moorfields Eye Foundation Trust Hospital. Having graduated from Cambridge University, he undertook 2 basic and higher surgical training in Leicester and East Anglia (Ipswich/Norwich/Cambridge) respectively. He completed a higher degree at the Institute of Ophthalmology, London on the molecular genetics of inherited cataracts. His interests are paediatric ophthalmology and retinoblastoma (children’s eye cancer) and he undertook further training at the Hospital Sick Children in Toronto, Canada.

He has undertaken 11 years of post-graduate training and has been a consultant since 2004. He leads the Paediatric Ophthalmology service at the Royal London Hospital (one of the largest children’s hospitals in London) and also leads the Retinoblastoma service in London (one of only two centres in the UK). He is actively interested in teaching and teaches medical students in his role as Senior Lecturer Queen Mary College, London University. In addition he has founded a course for paediatricians interested in children’s eye conditions.

He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, International member of the American Association of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, member of the International Society Genetic Disease and Retinoblastoma and member of the International Society of Ocular Oncology. He has multiple peer reviewed articles in major ophthalmic journals and has an active interest in research. In addition he has lectured around the world.

Treatments that Ashwin Reddy performs at Clinica London

Children’s Eyes

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“Mr. Reddy was extremely kind and his special ‘duck’ noises certainly helped catch Talia’s attention and helped his examination run smoothly.Everyone involved is really pleased with the results of the surgery, most of all it seems is Talia.”

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