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INTRODUCING

DR GREG MOLONEY

MBBS (Hons), MMed, FRANZCO, FRCSC
Ophthalmologist at Sydney Eye HospitalMORE

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Dr. Greg Moloney Awarded Troutman Corneal Prize

Date: 09 Apr 2019
Category: Healthcare News

Sydney ophthalmologist Dr. Greg Moloney has been awarded the prestigious Troutman Corneal Prize for his paper Descemetorhexis Without Grafting for Fuchs Endothelial Dystrophy – Supplementation With Topical Ripasudil, published in Cornea. The Troutman Cornea Prize for Young Clinician Investigators was established by Dr. Richard Troutman, one of the founders of the Castroviejo Cornea Society, and […]

Award for Dr. Moloney for Fuchs endothelial dystrophy

Date: 09 Apr 2019
Category: Healthcare News

Dr Moloney and team investigated a surgical technique for Fuchs endothelial dystrophy. Fuchs endothelial dystrophy is a type of corneal disease that affects 1 in 25 people over the age of 40. The condition tends to affect women more than men. Dr Moloney is a Clinical Senior Lecturer with our Discipline of Ophthalmology. The treatment […]

A New Future for Fuchs’ Patients

Date: 22 Mar 2018
Category: Healthcare News

Surgery for Fuchs’ Dystrophy is rapidly changing. What once required a full corneal transplant can now be achieved using just 2 per cent thickness of a donor cornea and in some cases, no donor cornea is required at all. Sydney ophthalmologist Dr. Greg Moloney is at the forefront of corneal surgery and recently he returned […]

Sydney DMEK Course- Dr. Greg Moloney

Date: 14 May 2017
Category: Healthcare News

We are pleased to announce that the Sydney DMEK course will be running again in 2018 for the third year. This course was conceived and convened by Dr. Moloney and is the only course of its kind in this global region. Through this course we aim to bring the latest surgical techniques in corneal transplantation […]

A tooth for an eye

Date: 14 May 2017
Category: Healthcare News

Dr. Moloney and Mosman Eye Centre are very proud to announce the completion of Australia’s first two osteo-odontokeratoprosthesis procedures. This was recently profiled by 60 minutes and the daily telegraph, see links below: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/cure-for-blindness-tooth-sewn-into-mans-eyeball-restores-h… https://www.9now.com.au/60-minutes/2017/clip-cj1kit49n00010hqnapmlof32 Both patients are doing well, with our surgical team extremely pleased for them. This work would not have been possible […]

New Treatments for Fuchs’ Dystrophy

Date: 04 Aug 2015
Category: Healthcare News

It seems that every year gets better and better for patients with Fuchs’ Dystrophy. Treatment options have greatly improved over the past 10 years, with surgery becoming less invasive, recovery time faster and visual results better. Beyond surgery it appears more and more likely that medical options for the condition will one day be available, […]

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