Prof Ecosse Lamoureux is a tenured Professor with the Duke-NUS Medical School. He undertakes his clinical research at the Singapore Eye Research Institute where he is the Director of the Population Research and Clinical Epidemiology platform.

His research program includes the implementation of novel RCTs; population-based epidemiology studies; prevention and treatment models for vision impairment and care; adherence to management of eye diseases; and patient-centered outcomes.

To date, his overall research activities have attracted over S$$41 million in competitive grant funding. He currently holds a Singapore Clinician Scientist Award (Senior Category).

His contribution to population eye health research is significant. He leads the patient-reported outcomes research component of the Singapore Epidemiology of Eye Diseases (SEED) program and has contributed significantly to the better understanding of the economic, social, and personal burden; and considerable impact of vision impairment and ocular pathologies in Singapore and Asia. To date, he has ~420 publications in top international journals, with a current H and i10-indices of 59 and 267, respectively.

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All timings are according to Singapore Time (UTC+8)
Saturday, 10 June 2023
Hall B, Level 4, Suntec
14:20 - 14:27hrs
Prom-Cat - Patient evaluation for anterior segment disease