Thomas G. Campbell, MBBS, DPhil is a clinician scientist at The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the University of Queensland. Dr Campbell is interested in ophthalmology, medical statistics, evidence-based medicine, and medicine in the developing world, with a particular interest in Indigenous and developing world outreach ophthalmology services and the logistical, as well as scientific, obstacles to providing cutting edge ophthalmic care to these communities.
“The incredible physiology and anatomy of visual systems (both human and non-human) is beautiful and I am fascinated by the myriad ways in which this delicate system can be disrupted by pathological processes.” states Dr Campbell. “In particular, I am intrigued by neuro-ophthalmic complaints in which, despite a normally functioning eye, problems in the higher parts of the visual system in the brain cause complex, high-level visual dysfunction”
Dr Campbell completed an undergraduate degree in ecology at the University of Queensland before moving to the UK, where he completed an M.Sc and D.Phil in neuroscience at Oxford University. He then worked at St Cross College and the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics at the University of Oxford as a research fellow in psychiatric genetics. In 2010, Dr Campbell returned to Australia and completed my medical degree at the University of Queensland. Dr Campbell is currently undertaking specialty training in ophthalmology through the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.
East Melbourne, VIC 3002 Australia
Telephone +61 041 637 5646
Email – ThomasGordonCampbell@Gmail.com