Dr. Amy Pai is an Australian trained Ophthalmologist with subspecialty training in Medical Retina and Uveitis.

After completing her general ophthalmology training in Sydney, she underwent fellowship training at the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. She has completed a PhD in Clinical Ophthalmology at the Sydney University. She specialises in treating retina problems including aged related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, myopic retinopathy, general ophthalmology and cataracts.
 
She currently consults in Hurstville Retina and Macula Specialists, and is also a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Macquarie University Hospital, Westmead Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital. She is also a senior clinical lecturer at Macquarie University and Sydney University. She has published in many peer reviewed journals and is actively involved in teaching and training students and registrars.

She is fluent in Chinese.

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Medical School & Postgraduate degrees

  • MBBS BSc (Med) University of New South Wales
  • PhD University of Sydney

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Ophthalmology Residency

  • Sydney Eye Network

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Fellowship/Observership

  • Moorfields Eye Hospital, London – Medical Retina and Uveitis
  • National Taiwan University Hospital – Medical Retina, Uveitis and Oculo- plastics

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Hospital/Academic Appointments

  • Staff Specialist Westmead Hospital
  • Visiting Medical Officer in Prince of Wales Hospital
  • Clinical associate Lecturer University of Sydney

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Area of specialisation

  • Medical retina and uveitis
  • Genetic eye disease
  • General ophthalmology including cataracts, blepharoplasty

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