Dr. Adam Ross is a consultant ophthalmologist, with a sub-speciality interest in cataract surgery including micro-incision and complex cataract surgery, medical retina and uveitis, as well as general ophthalmology. Dr. Ross uses the latest medical technology with the state of art medical facility to provide his patients the best possible outcomes.
He has over 15 years experience in medicine, he is the lead for the medical retinal service and is exceptionally active in clinical research, being the principal and chief investigator on a variety of trials. In 2016, he was recognised for being one of top NIHR Principal Investigators in UK for successfully completing first commercial clinical trial and was presented with an award by Professor Dame Sally Davies (UK Department of Health).
He is also the Postgraduate Training Programme Director and the Head of School for Ophthalmology for Health Education England, UK (Severn Deanery), as well as the undergraduate lead and an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Bristol.
Dr Ross has vast experience in acting as an expert witness. He is familiar with my duties as an expert witness under Part 35 of the CPR and is happy to be instructed as a joint expert witness. He currently prepares expert reports for a number of reputable medical agencies who are members of the Association of Medical Reporting Organisations.
Dr Ross regularly publishes in ophthalmic literature.