Dr Edward Greenrod

Dr Edward Greenrod grew up in Adelaide and graduated on the Dean’s list from Adelaide University Medical School. He completed Specialist Ophthalmic training in Melbourne followed by further fellowship training interstate and overseas. He is acknowledged by his peers as a technically gifted surgeon, with extensive experience in management of cataracts, corneal transplantation, complex anterior segment surgery and glaucoma surgery.

He has been a fellow and visiting specialist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, Addenbrookes’ Hospital, Cambridge, Quinze-Vingts CHNO, Paris and the Emmetropia Mediterranean Eye Clinic. He has additionally been a consultant surgeon for overseas aid projects in both Nepal and East Timor.

Prior to returning to Adelaide in 2016, Dr Greenrod was the director of the Corneal service at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and was a consultant to the Corneal Unit at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. He is active in mentoring the next generation of Eye Specialists, providing clinical and career mentorship to young Ophthalmologists as part of the Australian training program.  He is a current state councillor for the Australian Medical Association.  In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, swimming and going on long hikes with his family.

Dr Dania Qatarneh

Dr Dania Qatarneh graduated with Honours from Cambridge University Medical School.  She then completed her Ophthalmology registrar training at the renowned Moorfields’ Eye Hospital in London followed by two years of sub-specialist fellowship training in cataract surgery and retinal diseases  at Moorfields’ and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospitals.

She has extensive surgical experience in management of routine and complex cataracts, retinal treatments including laser, intra-vitreal injections and implants for diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration and retinal vascular disease.

Prior to returning to Adelaide, she worked as a consultant at the Alfred Hospital and the Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospitals in Melbourne.  She has extensive research and clinical trial experience in managing retinal diseases and held the position of senior research fellow at the Centre for Eye Research Australia.  She currently holds a position at Flinders Medical Centre as a consultant to the cataract and retina service.

In her free time, Dania enjoys a game of tennis, photography and chasing after her 18 month old daughter at the playground.