Martin McKibbin is a consultant ophthalmologist at St. James’s University Hospital, Leeds (UK). He has clinical and research interests in retinal vascular disease and inherited retinal disease. He is the AMD lead in Leeds and provides inherited eye disease clinics in several local hospitals. He has been chief and principal investigator for a number of interventional and observational studies, both commercial and non-commercial.
Manfred Zierhut is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the University Eye Hospital in Tübingen, Germany. His scientific interests include clinical and experimental immunology, especially in uveitis, conjunctivitis and keratitis, eye diseases caused by systemic disorders, immunological mechanisms leading to uveitis, therapy of Behçet’s disease, allergies of the eye and dry-eye syndromes.
Dr Lakhdar Belhaouari has graduated from Medical School of Toulouse and worked as the Chef de Clinique in Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery and in Maxillofacial Surgery in the Hospital Center of University of Toulouse. Now he has a private practice in Toulouse, France. Dr Belhaouari’s routine activities include all the aesthetic surgery for Face and Body, and all the non-invasive aesthetic treatments and injections for Face and Body, like Botox, fillers, peelings, lasers etc.
Dr. Adam Booth has specialized on glaucoma researches. He has studied in Yorkshire and Leeds universities, and at the University of California at San Francisco, USA. In 2003, Dr. Booth began to work at the Royal Eye Hospital in Plymouth (Royal Eye Infirmary), where he is currently serving as head of glaucoma department. In addition, Dr. Booth works at Peninsula Medical School and at the University of Plymouth.