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Dr Hamish Dunn
Article by Dr Hamish Dunn
Ophthalmology Committee Chair
Dr Dunn is an ophthalmologist working in regional NSW and specialising in glaucoma. He works with RANZCO on the glaucoma education requirements for ophthalmology trainees, and collaborative care with optometry for patients with glaucoma.

Hamish worked on a UNICEF project in Guyana, South America prior to medicine, and during medical school was Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME).

Hamish is a Conjoint Lecturer with the Rural Clinical School at UNSW and Clinical Associate Lecturer with University of Sydney. He is an active researcher with publications and ongoing studies in glaucoma, educating non-eye specialists to examine the back of the eye, and mobile eye screening technologies.

Hamish is chair of Glaucoma Australia’s Ophthalmology Committee.