Dr. Ashad Sivaraman
Vitreo Retinal Surgeon
Ophthalmic surgeon specialized in vitreo retinal surgery with excellent surgical experience. Has performed surgeries for more than twenty thousand patients at different hospitals in India including vitreo retinal, cataract and glaucoma surgeries. Major works done in charity by providing comprehensive eye care in rural India. Almost 12 years of experience as an eye surgeon in different Eye hospitals in India including Mumbai, Trichy and Thiruvananthapuram , and in Hamburg Germany.
An enthusiastic researcher trained by Dr S Natarajan and has worked on Artifitialretianl prosthesis under profGisbert Richard at University medical centre, Hamburg ,Eppendorf,Germany after finishing fellowship in Artifitial retina at the same Uty. Did research on ‘special low vision tests’ designed particularly for evaluation of patients receiving prosthetic retinal implantation.
Has written few chapters in Ophthalmology text books and scholarly articles in various national journals on ophthalmology in India. Areas of interest includes research towards prevention of blindness due to retinal degenerative diseases, diabetic retinopathy and proliferative vitreo retinopathy, prosthetic Retina and Visual psycho physics.
Medical education from University of Kerala. (Govt.Medical College Trivandrum)
Residencey in Ophthalmolgy at Tamilnadu. (Joseph Eye Hospital Institute of Ophthalmology,Trichy)
Fellowship in vitreo retinal surgery at Mumbai, India. (under Dr.S.Natarajan, Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital, Mumbai)
Fellowship in Artificial Retinal prosthesis, UKE, Hamburg, Germany.
Worked as fellow in Retinal suregy, AdityaJyot Eye Hospital, Mumbai. (earlier)
Worked as specialist in Vitreo retinal surgery at Vasan Eye Care Hospitals, Tamilnadu.
Worked as superintendent of C S I Zion Eye Hospital, Marandahally,Tamilnadu.
Worked as Guest Physician ,University of Hamburg, University Eye Clinic, Germany.
Artifitial retinal Prosthesis
Design and Evaluation of a specific low vision test.
Medical Management of Proliferative vitreo retinopathy.
Medical Management of diabetic tractional retinal detachment.