Dan Rosser

Dan Rosser

Postgraduate Taught module leader (off-site)

School of Optometry and Vision Sciences

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Dan graduated from City University in 1992 and spent his pre-registration year at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. Between 1993 and 2003, he held a senior optometrist post at Moorfields which included ‘extended roles’ within the glaucoma and paediatric services. An interest in visual psychophysics led to a PhD from University College London in 2005 and a series of peer-reviewed publications. Dan is a member of the International Glaucoma Association's Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee, and gained the College of Optometrists Glaucoma in 2013.

Dan has been involved in continuing education for UK optometrists for over 10 years and is currently module leader for two of the four glaucoma modules within Cardiff University’s post-graduate modular MSc programme. He is Principal Optometrist and Head of Department at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital where his clinical interests are glaucoma, low vision, contact lenses, paediatric eye care and medical retina. He continues to work part-time in community optometric practice.