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ARVO Foundation Honour Award Award Association for Research into Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2019
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ARVO Foundation Honour Award
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Crock Lecture Named Lecture Melbourne University 2018
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2018
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Doyne Lecture and Medal Named Lecture Oxford Ophthalmological Congress 2018
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2018
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Chair Eye Health Forum and Document Contribution to Policy WISH Foundation 2018
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Chair Eye Health Forum focussing on challenges to Eye Health in coming decades and possible solutions You Gov international survey of importance of vision
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2018
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First Pantheo Foundation Lecture Named Lecture Pantheo Foundation 2018
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2018
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Asia Pacific Glaucoma Society International Scholar Award and Lecture Award Asia Pacific Glaucoma Society 2018
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2018
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Platinum Clinical Excellence Award (Renewal) Other Awards and Recognition Department of Health 2017
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Highest award for excellence within the field of medicine in the UK
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Claude Worth Medal and Lecture Medal British Isles Paediatric and Strabismology Association 2016
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The Claud Worth medal is awarded every year for “a lifetime distinction in paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus”. It is preceded by the delivery of the eponymous lecture, The Claude Worth Lecture at the annual meeting of BIPOSA.
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2016
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World Ophthalmology Power List = No 5 Other Awards and Recognition The Ophthalmologist 2016
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Top 100 most influential ophthalmologists in the world
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Bietti Gold Medal and Lecture Medal International Council of Ophthalmology 2016
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Bietti Medal The Bietti Medal is awarded every four years to a distinguished ophthalmologist doing outstanding work in glaucoma in recognition of scientific and educational contribution in ophthalmology, and for facilitating international communications in the ophthalmic community. The Award is supported by the Fondazione Bietti and the selection is made by the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO). The recipient will be received by the Fondazione Bietti in Rome, where they will deliver a memorial lecture in commemoration of G.B. Bietti, an internationally known ophthalmologist, researcher, and clinician. Honoree: Peng Khaw, PhD, FRCS, FRCP, FRCOphth, FRCPath, FRSB, FCOptom (Hon), DSc, FARVO, FMedSci Professor Sir Peng Khaw trained in general medicine and ophthalmology. During his Wellcome Clinician Scientist Fellowship, he completed a PhD in cellular and molecular biology of tissue repair at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology in the United Kingdom (UK) and University of Florida, USA. He also trained in adult and pediatric glaucoma. Professor Khaw has interests in anti-scarring therapies, surgical therapies for adult and childhood glaucoma, and optic nerve regeneration. He has developed surgical techniques, including the Moorfields Safer Surgery System, which have improved the safety and outcomes of antimetabolite-assisted trabeculectomy, especially reducing bleb-related endophthalmitis and blebitis. His work was chosen as the ophthalmology high-impact case study for the 2014 UK Research Assessment Exercise publication. With his research team, he has developed anti-scarring regimens that have led to international clinical trials. He has recently proposed the 10-10-10 challenge for glaucoma worldwide: an intraocular pressure of 10 mmHg for 10 years done in 10 minutes. He is currently developing new anti-scarring drugs and delivery systems, as well as drainage devices. In 2015, Professor Khaw published the ‘energy’ theory of glaucomatous axonopathy, helping move towards stem cell regenerative therapies for the optic nerve. Professor Khaw is the Director of the UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. He was the first British president of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO). His publications include over 540 papers, chapters and books, and he has helped to raise more than $150 million for clinical and research facilities, including the children’s eye hospital and the clinical research centre at Moorfields, which are both the largest in the world. He sits on the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Scientific Advisory Board, which has decided to spend 80% of its projected $100 million in funds on eye disease in the developing world. He and his group have won prestigious awards, including the first international ARVO/Pfizer Ophthalmic Translational Research Award; Alcon Research Institute Award; Sir Stewart Duke Elder Lecture and Medal, Royal College of Ophthalmologists; 12th Lang Lecture and Medal, Royal Society of Medicine; 23rd Dame Ida Mann Lecture, Oxford University; Ostbaum Lecture, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery; 25th Anniversary Gold Medal of the Saudi Ophthalmological Society; Jubilee Lecture of the Swedish Medical Society; and the Hunterian Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has been in The Times Magazine list of Britain’s Top 100 Doctors for adults and children. He was elected to the British Academy of Medical Sciences in 2003, and appointed as one of 200 UK NIHR Senior Investigators in all specialities. In 2013, Professor Khaw was knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to ophthalmology.
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