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Director, Population Health,
Singapore Eye Research Institute


• Speaker, Ophthalmology Symposium II, 22 Sep 2018


Prof Ecosse Lamoureux is a fulltime tenured Professor with the Health Services Systems Research Department at Duke-NUS Medical School; Senior Principal Clinician Scientist with the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI); Professor with the Ophthalmology Department, National University of Singapore; and a Professorial Fellow (Adjunct) with the University of Melbourne. His research programme is focused on the epidemiology; prevention; treatment; adherence to disease management; and clinical outcomes for people with ocular conditions, in particular diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, and glaucoma.

Prof Lamoureux is also Director of the Population Research Platform with SERI. His clinical research programme is focused on the epidemiology of eye diseases; prevention, treatment, compliance to disease management, and patient-centred outcomes for people with diabetes, diabetes complications; and ocular conditions.

His research achievements include the development and implementation of several randomised control trials; large population-based epidemiology studies; prevention and treatment of ocular conditions and vision impairment; adherence to management of eye diseases; and patient-centred outcomes in Australia and Singapore. To date, his research activities have attracted over $20 million in competitive grant funding. He has over 340+ publications in the top international journals in various disciplines (i.e. ophthalmology, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases).