This is the personal website of Dr David Williams, associate lecturer in veterinary ophthalmology at Cambridge University and a fellow of St John’s College Cambridge. David also leads a small group, the Cambridge Centre for Comparative Ophthalmology (3CO) which aims to coordinate veterinary surgeons with an interest in veterinary ophthalmology working in private practice close to Cambridge and thus persue clinical research in the subject. This site includes his full biographical details.
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A selection of clinical cases are shown, with owner permission, mostly in a question and answer format, particularly for the benefit of students. Hopefully veterinary surgeons in practice will also find then interesting and informative.’are detailed, particularly for the benefit of students. He is happy to receive referrals in any area of veterinary ophthalmology across the species.
Research currently focuses on David’s two specific interests in the epidemiology of age-related cataract in companion animal species and in abnormalities of tear production, most specifically in the dog. In addition to this David continues his work on ocular abnormalities in farmed halibut as well as well as smaller projects such as work on ophthalmic conditions of exotic animals and wildlife. Further details on the archived site currently.
David’s publications are also listed there and many can be downloaded directly.
He is always happy to discuss cases or research with veterinary surgeons in practice. David is also happy to receive digital images for an attempt at telediagnosis. Please use the Contact page for information on how to be in touch.