Cadaveric practical & theoretical training courses in surgical and non-surgical aesthetics
Rachna Murthy FRCOphth
Rachna is a consultant oculoplastic surgeon and member of the global Allergan Medical Faculty where she is an expert practitioner in the use of injectables for aesthetics. She directs the Cambridge Thyroid Eye disease service and has published extensively in this area. She trained in the UK (Moorfields, Chelsea Westminster & Cambridge) and Australia (Melbourne) and sits on the Council of the Ophthalmology section of the Royal Society of Medicine. She is an enthusiastic SCUBA diver, wife and mother to two young boys. She regularly lectures at international conferences on aesthetics, thyroid eye disease and oculoplastic surgery.
Jonathan Roos PhD FRCOphth FEBO
Jonathan is a Moorfields, Cambridge and Harvard-educated academic and oculoplastic surgeon and on the specialist register in the UK and Sweden.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and a full member of the European Society of Oculoplastic & Reconstructive Surgeons and the British Oculoplastic Surgical Society. Until recently president of the Young ESOPRS.
Jonathan has sat on the Royal College of Ophthalmologists training committee and has taught trainees both in Cambridge and at Moorfields. In fact, Jonathan has taught over 300 Cambridge undergraduate students and was a supervisor for Trinity College, Cambridge. He was ranked second overall in the European Board of Ophthalmology exams.
His research has won multiple awards and he now co-heads a national UK observational study and contributes as a visiting surgeon to a charitable relief effort in Western Uganda, with colleagues from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
He is a visiting Professor in Italy with a focus on Pharmacoeconomics.