Mr Chrys Dimitriou MBChB(Hons) FRCOphth(Lond) FEBOphth(Paris) FEBOS(Glaucoma) PGCertMedEd(Healthcare)
Medical School of Athens
Core Training in Guildford (Royal Surrey County Hospital), Windsor (Prince Charles Eye Unit of King Edward VII Hospital), Bath (Royal United Hospital)
Mr Dimitriou studied Specialist Training in Glaucoma as well as Subspecialist Training in Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) in Norwich (Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital), Guildford (Royal Surrey County Hospital) and the world renown Moorfields Eye Hospital in London (2 years, including Glaucoma Research).
Mr Dimitriou is an active Educational Supervisor, serving as the Regional Tutor for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, as well as East Anglian Co-Lead for Simulation Eye Surgery.
He has a special interest in complex cataract surgery, lasers and MIGS and is currently Principal Investigator for the international XPLORE Study (XEN microstent in angle closure glaucoma) as well as TRITON Study (Slow Release Bimatoprost Implant for open angle glaucoma)
Outside medicine, he loves playing with his six children (3 boys and 3 girls), walking around the beautiful countryside of Dedham Valey, Flatford and Constable Country. He is particularly good at chess and basketball and would challenge anyone to a friendly match!