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About Rabia Bourkiza

She obtained her medical degree from Leeds Medical School with several distinctions and prizes. She undertook her 7-year specialist training in Ophthalmology in London, rotating through Moorfields Eye Hospitals for 4 years. She then developed a sub-specialist interest in retina and was selected for two advanced retinal surgical fellowships and one medical retina fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital, where she was subsequently appointed as a locum consultant in vitreoretinal surgery.

Her main NHS base is at London North West University NHS Trust, where she established a robust vitreoretinal service attracting referrals from other west London hospitals. She is also involved in a number of retinal clinical trials, and authored 16 peer reviewed articles in international journals. She is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth), British and Eyre Association of Vitreoretinal Surgeons (BEAVRS), and the American Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS).

She was appointed as College Tutor by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in 2019. Her interest in medical education is evidenced by her completion of a PGCert in Medical Education at University College London, and her clinical teaching fellowship where she was responsible for medical students at University College London and Queen Mary Medical Schools. She is a faculty member of the eye laser course, London Eye course, and OCT in a day course.

Conditions treated by Ms Rabia Bourkiza

Epiretinal membrane

Macular hole

Vitreomacular traction

Vitreous haemorrhage

Floaters

Retinal detachment

Cataracts including complex cataracts (e.g. Traumatic, congenital, Marfan’s)

Advanced lens surgery including toric lenses

Intraocular lens exchange (various techniques including angle-fixated lens, artisan lens, sutured and sutureless scleral fixated lens)

Diabetic eye disease including complex tractional retinal detachments

General ophthalmic conditions

When you can see Rabia

Spire London East: Every Tuesday

Elstree Hertfordshire: Alternate Fridays

New Cavendish street: By appointment

Prizes/grants and achievements

  • Best free paper Award -34th International Congress of the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery (2020)
  • Nominated for the Moorfields Stars Award (2017, 2019)
  • Medical Education conference Best poster prize (2017)
  • Moorfields Association Bursary (2016)
  • Royal National Institute of the Blind Epidemiology grant (2013)
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology Best Poster prize (2010)
  • Pfizer Educational Grant (2009)
  • MBChB distinctions (2006)
  • Diabetes UK Award (2005)
  • Maurice Sherwin Award (2005) – University of Leeds
  • Dora Ratcliffe Award (2005) – University of Leeds
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