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Dr Michael Crossland
G/13
UCL Institute of Ophthalmology
11-43 Bath Street
London
EC1V 9EL
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Appointment
  • Senior Research Fellow
  • Institute of Ophthalmology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Biography
I am a Senior Research Fellow in the Child Vision Lab at UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. I am a qualified optometrist and work one day per week in the NHS low vision clinic at Moorfields Eye Hospital. I am co-author of the forthcoming textbook 'Low Vision: Principles and Management' (Dickinson, Trillo & Crossland, Elsevier, 2022).
Research Summary
I work with adults and children with vision impairment. My current research investigates wnether vision can be monitored at home in children with vision impairment. I am also interested in the rehabilitation of people with visual field loss (for example, people with hemianopia following a stroke) and the use of new technology to help people with moderate to severe visual impairment.
Teaching Summary
I teach optics, refraction and low vision on the FRCOphth revision course and the MSc clinical ophthalmology course.
Academic Background
2004   Doctor of Philosophy University of London
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