Dr. Zaid Mammo is a subspecialist in the medical and surgical management of retinal diseases. He completed his medical school training at the University of Toronto before moving to Vancouver to finish his Ophthalmology residency at the University of British Columbia. Upon completing his residency, he completed a combined subspecialty training in medical and surgical retina at the prestigious Edward Harkness Eye Institute at Columbia University, New York under the tutelage of Professor Stanley Chang. Following this year, he underwent further subspecialty training in retinal surgery at Sydney Eye Hospital, Australia’s largest and busiest center for retinal surgery training and research.
In addition to caring for patients, Dr. Mammo has been actively involved in retinal research with a special emphasis on emerging treatments of retinal disorders and advanced non-invasive imaging modalities of the retina and optic nerve. His research work has been supported by grants by the Retina Foundation of Canada, Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Glaucoma Research Society.
1. Retinal Perfusion Heterogeneity in Normal Tension Glaucoma
2. Advanced multi-functional in-vivo retinal imaging for ocular oncology