Mr Brian Little, Ophthalmologist
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King Edward VII Hospital (Sister Agnes)
10 Beaumont Street, London, England, GB, W1G 6AA
London Claremont Clinic
50-52 New Cavendish Street, London, London, GB, W1G 8TL
Moorfields Eye Hospital
162 City Road, London, GB, EC1V 2PD
About Mr Brian Little
GMC number: 2785949
Year qualified: 1982
Place of primary qualification: University of Cambridge
Mr Little qualified at Cambridge University with a distinction in surgery in 1983.
He is a consultant at Moorfields Eye Hospital, where he originally trained and is Director of Training in the Cataract Service.
He has been performing phacoemulsification for over 25 years and he has a particular interest in complex cataract surgery.
He runs training courses in cataract surgery in the UK, Europe and the USA.
He is current President of the UK & Ireland Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons.
He is a regular invited speaker at national and international meetings and in 2009 he received the International Ophthalmologist Education Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He has undertaken visiting professorships in New Zealand and the USA and in 2010 he was listed by The Times as one of the five top ophthalmologists in Great Britain
He has worked for ORBIS, the international eye charity, for over 15 years has been an active member of their Volunteer Faculty training eye surgeons in developing countries.
He is also one of their UK Ambassadors, in which capacity he promotes ORBIS in the UK and Europe.
He was elected a Member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen for his cabinet making skills and is a keen motorcyclist.
In 1985 he built his own aluminium-bodied convertible classic sports car that was used in a TV series.
He lives in north London and is married to Kate, his eternally tolerant GP wife.
They have three grown up children who generally find them both an embarrassment.
Areas of expertise
- General Ophthalmology
- Micro Incision Cataract Surgery
- Multifocal Lens Implants
- Toric Lens Implants
- Complicated cataract surgery
- Cataract surgery in Glaucoma
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