Maria Elena Gregory
MD FRCOphth PGCertMedEd (Cardiff), PgDip(ClinEd) (RCPSG)
MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
Ms Drummond holds a medical degree from the University of Newcastle, and oculoplastics fellowships from Glasgow and Vancouver. She is the founder of the Ophthalmology Caledonia Oculoplastics Course and runs the FRCOphth part 1 teaching course for the West of Scotland.
Ms Gregory graduated from the University of Malta before moving to the UK to complete her Ophthalmology training and oculoplastics fellowship in Glasgow. She is lead clinician for the West of Scotland Optometry Teach and Treat Clinic and has a keen interest in teaching, having obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education and Diploma in Clinical Education.
Paul Cauchi is a graduate of The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London and completed his higher specialist training in Aberdeen. He has an oculoplastics and ocular oncology fellowship from Glasgow. He is a consultant at Gartnavel General Hospital and Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. His main interests are oculoplastics, orbital disease and ocular oncology.
Dr Chadha graduated from the University of Delhi, and completed a fellowship in Oculoplastics and Ocular Oncology from the Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology in Glasgow. He is currently the College Tutor and Educational Lead at Hairmyres Hospital, founder-organiser of the Refresher in Ophthalmology Course for GPs at Gartnavel General Hospital, faculty member for the University of Edinburgh Masters Course in Ophthalmology and Examiner for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
FRCOphth FRCSEd FRCSI(Ophth)
MBChB FRCSEd(Ophth) FRCophth
MBChB DO FRCSEd FRCOphth
MBBS, MS Ophthalmology(India), FRCOphth
Mr Crofts is a graduate of University College, Cork. He holds a fellowship from Newcastle where he trained under Jane Dickinson. He is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Stobhill and Gartnavel eye departments where he has a specialist interest in oculoplastics.
Mr Diaper is a Graduate of the University of Birmingham. He took his fellowship under Mr Tony Tyres and Miss Ruth manners in Southampton/Salisbury. He is a Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. He is a member of the RCOphth Mircosurgical Faculity and has taught on numbers dissection courses on fresh frozen cadavers at the University of Glasgow.
Mr Kemp is an alumnus of the University of Glasgow and holds oculoplastics fellowships from London’s Moorfields Hospital and Vancouver. As well as being the incumbent Service Director of the Scottish Ocular Oncology Service, he is also the West of Scotland Training Programme Director for ophthalmology.
Mr Tejwani graduated from MS University, India where he obtained his basic ophthalmology training in India followed by further specialist training in Glasgow and Sheffield. He is the Lead Ophthalmology clinician based at Royal Alexandra Hospital Paisley with a special interest in Oculoplastics.