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Professor Geoffrey Rose graduated BSc Pharmacology (1976), in Medicine (1979), and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (1982). During ophthalmic training he received Fellowship of the Royal College Surgeons (1985) and Royal College of Ophthalmologists (1988). He gained a University of London MS doctorate (1989) for original research, and was later awarded the academic accolade of Doctor of Science (2004).

Professor Geoffrey Rose was appointed consultant to Moorfields Eye Hospital in 1990, has been Director of the Adnexal Service, and is now the senior consultant. The unique case-mix has fuelled research for many publications. He lectures widely, has presented various named lectures, and received the Lester Jones Anatomy Award from ASOPRS (of which he is honorary fellow). Professor Rose is a Senior Research Fellow of the Biomedical Research Centre at the Institute of Ophthalmology, London, and is a Past-President of ESOPRS and a Past-President of BOPSS.