City University of Hong Kong-HK
College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences - City University of Hong Kong

Presents a seminar on

Ophthalmology in Small Animal Practice

Dr David Williams

Speaker: Dr David Williams

Dr David Williams, associate lecturer at Cambridge University and a fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, has had a long and distinguished career in veterinary ophthalmology. He has studied and worked at institutions of great international repute, including the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, the Royal Veterinary College and Cambridge University. Along with clinical training in veterinary ophthalmology to become a specialist, Dr David Williams also undertook research in ocular pharmacology and gained a PhD.

Dr Williams leads a small group, the Cambridge Centre for Comparative Ophthalmology (3CO), which aims to coordinate veterinary surgeons with an interest in veterinary ophthalmology to pursue clinical research in the subject. His current research topics include age-related cataract and tear film deficiencies.

He has a keen interest in teaching and holds the post of Fellow, Director of Studies in Veterinary Medicine and College Lecturer in Pathology at St John’s College, Cambridge. He has authored numerous peer reviewed papers and book chapters.


Date: 18 February 2016 (Thursday)

Time: 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm (light dinner available at 7 pm)

Venue: Multi-function Room 8220 & 8230, 8/F, Academic 3, City University of Hong Kong

18 Feburary 2016  
Time Title
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Crisis in the Cornea
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Red eye at night - Ophthalmologists delight!

CPD Credit

2 CPD credits will be awarded to veterinarians attending the seminar


HKD380 - Veterinarians
HKD280 - Nurses, Assistants and Students
Spaces are limited, First Come First Serve


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