About Graham Lee
Professor Graham Lee is from Brisbane, Australia. He completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, a Master of Medical Science in Ophthalmology, Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology and a Doctorate of Medicine. He undertook a Glaucoma Fellowship at Birmingham and Midlands Eye Centre, Birmingham and a Cataract, Cornea and Refractive Fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Particular specialties include lamellar corneal grafting and advanced management of complex glaucoma. Awards include the Alcon/RACO Travelling Scholarship, AUSCRS Film Festival twice and the Pharmacia & Upjohn RACO Award. He was awarded the Grand Prize at the World Glaucoma Congress Film Festival in Vancouver and the RANZCO Award for Excellence in Training. Teaching Ophthalmology is one of his key interests and has lectured locally, nationally and internationally including developing countries such as Cambodia, Nepal and Laos.
He has an active interest in Ophthalmic teaching having presented more than 200 lectures at local, national and international levels as well as more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. He has lectured and demonstrated surgery in developing countries such as Cambodia and Nepal and was a chief examiner for the Cambodian Diploma in Ophthalmology program. His appointments include Director of Cornea and Glaucoma Services, Former Chair of Qualifications and Education in the state of Queensland and holds the academic title of Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Queensland.