Dr Daniel Calladine is an Ophthalmic Surgeon, with special interests in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of glaucoma. He also has a keen interest in the techniques and equipment used in micro-incision cataract surgery and complex cases.
He was a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at the Worcestershire Acute Hospital Trust in 2013 but trained in Oxford and London, where he gained his advanced skills in cataract, cornea, transplantation and external eye disease. He then went on to a research fellowship in Nottingham, where he concentrated on diseases of the Anterior Segment, Ocular Surface and Complex transplantation.
Dr Daniel Calladine’s research into cataract surgery incision imaging has been globally recognised. He was one of the first surgeons to research techniques for improving cornea micro-wound architecture using optical coherence tomography.