Mr Sundaram is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Luton and Dunstable NHS University Hospital. He specialises in Medical Retina conditions (e.g. AMD, Diabetic Eye Disease) and Cataract Surgery – particularly in patients with Retinal Disease. He also has an interest in Glaucoma and General Ophthalmic conditions.
Mr Sundaram graduated from Oxford University Medical School and completed his comprehensive Ophthalmology training in the London Deanery and Moorfields Eye Hospital.
He completed a Medical Retina Fellowship at Moorfields gaining excellent experience of retinal conditions and complex cataract surgery, at Europe’s largest eye hospital.
He then spent a further 2 years at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields, where he was the Principal Ophthalmologist to the world's first Gene Therapy trial for inherited retinal disease, and Europe's first retinal Stem Cell Therapy trial, and obtained his MD research degree.
Mr Sundaram is actively involved with developing retinal therapies and has been selected as a site Principal Investigator for a national study, investigating the optimum treatment for retinal vein occlusion.
He has published his work in the most prestigious Ophthalmology journals and presented his research work at all the major national and international Ophthalmology conferences.
Mr Sundaram is the lead author of the "Training in Ophthalmology" textbook published by Oxford University Press, which is widely used by junior Ophthalmologists in this country and also abroad. This book is now in its 2nd edition.