Dr Natasha Pahuja is a Cornea-Refractive surgeon and a clinical & research scientist. She is world renowned in Refractive surgery and corneal transplantation surgery for corneal disorders. Dr Pahuja’s fields of interest are Keratoconus, Refractive surgery, dry eye disease, advance imaging and molecular biology.
Professor James Wolffsohn, head of the School of Optometry and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor at Aston University, Birmingham UK , is a world expert in contact lenses and presbyopia research. His main research areas are the development and evaluation of ophthalmic instrumentation, contact lenses, intraocular lenses and the tear film.
Dr Denise Lee is an Optometrist graduated from the University of Melbourne. She has keen interests in the field of myopia control and dry eyes. Dr Lee is member of several optometrical societies – OA, OSO, ACBO, CCLSA.
Professor Dr Jennifer Craig is a therapeutically qualified academic optometrist in the Department of Ophthalmology of the University of Auckland. Her main research interest is ocular surface disease, including dry eye and tear film dysfunction.