Dr Elvis Ojaimi 


Dr Elvis is an ophthalmologist with an additional 3.5 years of clinical fellowship training in surgical retina, medical retina and uveitis. His general ophthalmic training was at the Sydney Eye Hospital and fellowship training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital as well as North American centres with Dr David Chow where Dr Ojaimi was representing over 40 ophthalmic fellows as chief fellow on the committee.

He was also at the renowned the Hospital for Sick Children training in paediatric retina and had ocular oncology clinical (non-surgical) training at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. He has a Masters in Medicine (ophthalmology research) and published over 20 peer-reviewed publications and is currently a clinical member of the ethics board at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and a clinical lecturer.

His main interests include macular and vitreoretinal pathology, including age- related macular degeneration, diabetic macular oedema, epiretinal membrane, vitreoretinal traction and macular holes. He also performs cataract surgery, including complex cases. His current research interest is in vitreoretinal instrumentation, including the utilisation of three-dimentional configuration and macular surgery, to improve surgical outcomes.

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