Mr Luke Anderson qualified from Leicester University in 2002 and then undertook Ophthalmic higher surgical training in Hampshire and then Wales. Luke completed his Glaucoma Training in the University Hospital Wales and then became the glaucoma lead for the Cwm Taf University Trust, before leaving in 2018 to work in Swansea Bay University Healthcare Trust. He has held several training positions in the royal college, currently he is a founder member on the steering group for implementation of surgical simulation training into the curriculum.
Mr Anderson undertakes minimally invasive glaucoma surgery. He offers this alone or in combination with cataract surgery.
His current Ophthalmic research includes the digital assessment of vision, the use of data and neural networks in the diagnosis and prognosis of eye disease. His current Glaucoma research project is looking at glaucoma care pathways in glaucomatous patients.