Feel at ease with the highly trained doctors at Oxford Eye Centre.
Each doctor contributes their own specialised approach, gathered from years of training and experience. Many of our doctors are nationally and internationally published, subspecialty trained, and hold board and fellowship positions. Please see more detailed information about individual doctor’s experience below:
Dr Jayne Camuglia
BSc MBBS (QLD) FRANZCO
Dr Jayne Camuglia is a general ophthalmologist for all ages from birth to later adulthood with sub specialist fellowship training in paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus. She graduated from medical school in 2005 at the University of Queensland. Dr Camuglia then trained in Ophthalmology through the Princess Alexandra Hospital and later completed her fellowship in paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus at the Queensland Children’s Hospital. Dr Camuglia is able to provide public outpatient clinic and surgery at the Mater Adult Public Hospital and Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH) as a visiting medical officer. She also is the QCH representative on the Queensland Education Committee responsible for trainee eye specialist selection and training.
Dr Camuglia has published papers both nationally and internationally as well as presenting lectures at conferences across the globe. She is a co-author with Professor Glen Gole in standard international textbooks on paediatric ophthalmology; specifically, book chapters on infantile esotropia and accommodative esotropia.
Specialties: General ophthalmology, Cataract surgery, Glaucoma, Strabismus and Paediatric Ophthalmology.
A/PROF William Glasson
AO, MBBS, FRANZCO, FRACS, FRCOPHTH, FRACGP (HONS), DIP APPSC(QPH)
Dr Glasson is a general ophthalmologist with special interests in refractive surgery and ocular oncology. Having graduated from the University of Queensland in 1980, Dr Glasson then completed his residency at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Mater Hospital. He undertook postgraduate training in London in areas including ocular oncology as well as lid and lacrimal pathology.
Dr Glasson leads ophthalmology clinics at Longreach, Winton, Barcaldine and Blackall. He also provides outreach services to both Australian indigenous communities and in East Timor. He is a former President of the Australian Medical Association and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists. Furthermore, he holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and is a consultant ophthalmologist to the Australian Army.
Specialties: General Ophthalmology, Cataract surgery, Eye Lid, Orbital and Lacrimal Disease, Glaucoma, Ocular Oncology, Oculoplastics, Refractive Surgery.
Dr Lindsay McGrath
BAppSc(Optom)(Hons) MBBS MPhil(Ophthal) FRANZCO
Dr Lindsay McGrath graduated from Optometry with Honours at the Queensland University of Technology in 2005. She then went on to medical school at the University of Queensland and completed a Masters of Philosophy in Ophthalmology in 2013. Dr McGrath undertook her specialty ophthalmology training in her home state of Queensland and completed her training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, with an acting fellow role in the orbital, lacrimal and plastics team. At the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in the United Kingdom, she completed a further year of subspecialty training in ocular oncology, oculoplastics and the orbit.
She is widely published in peer-reviewed journals in her area of subspecialty and has presented at international conferences. Dr McGrath is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgeons, British Oculoplastics Surgeons Society and International Society of Ocular Oncologists.
Specialties: Surgical and medical management of intraocular and extraocular tumours, diseases of the eyelids, lacrimal system and orbit
Dr Sunil Warrier
MBBS, M.Med, FRANZCO
Dr Sunil Warrier is a medical school graduate of The Flinders University of South Australia. Following his ophthalmology specialist training in Queensland, he was awarded the Prevent Blindness Foundation Scholarship and pursued further training in the subspecialty fields of Oncology, Glaucoma and Medical Retina. This includes a fellowship at the prestigious Liverpool Ocular Oncology Centre in the United Kingdom. He is an expert in cataract, glaucoma and pterygium surgery.
Dr Warrier is the Head of Unit for Ophthalmology at The Mater Hospital, Brisbane and the Director of Training for Ophthalmology in Queensland. He provides outreach services to Longreach and surrounding communities in Western Queensland. He lectures nationally and internationally. Dr Warrier is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) and is on the Australian Society of Ophthalmologists (ASO) Board.
Specialities: Cataract surgery, Medical Retina (Diabetes, Macula Degeneration), Glaucoma (medical and surgical).