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Mr Vasilios Papastefanou

Consultant Profile

Mr Vasilios Papastefanou


Consultant Ophthalmologist / Oculoplastic Surgeon

Speciality: Ophthalmology

Professional Profile

Mr Vasilios Papastefanou competed his basic training in Ophthalmology in Athens, Greece and completed his PhD thesis in the University of Athens. He subsequently did extensive subspecialty training in Medical Retina (two one-year fellowships in St James University Hospital in Leeds and in Moorfields Eye Hospital in London), Ocular Oncology (one two-year fellowship in Moorfields Eye Hospital and St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London) and in Oculoplastic, Lacrimal and Orbital Surgery (15-month fellowship in Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge)

He was a Consultant Ophthalmologist in Moorfields Eye Hospital from 2015-2019 and in Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust from 2016-2019. He has also received specialized training for aesthetic facial treatments.

He has more than 30 publications and more than 100 presentations in national and international meetings including invited lectures and symposia organisation.

He speaks English, French, Spanish and Greek

He is collaborating with Phoenix Hospital Group since 2019

Specialises In

Diabetic retinopathy
Dry / Watering Eye
Eyelid disease: malposition, heavy droopy eyelids, eyelid malposition, eyelid tumours
Eyelid cysts and lumps
Macular degeneration
Medical Retina (all entities, including age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and retinal vascular disease)
Ocular Oncology (spots and lumps in the eye,melanoma, intraocular and ocular surface tumours)
Aesthetics (injectable facial treatments)

Professional Memberships

Royal College of Ophthalmologists

American Academy of Ophthalmology

Association of Research and Vision in Ophthalmology

European Association for Vision and Eye Research

European Ophthalmic Oncology Group

International Society of Ocular Oncology

Royal Society of Medicine

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