Mr Zaman studied his fellowship in Medical Retina at the University of Nijmegan in the Netherlands under the care of Professor Deutman and Professor Cruysberg. Working with the team in medical genetics, age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and uveitis. He studied his Fellowship in Edinburgh, FC Ophthalmology in London, his Diploma in Ophthalmology in Ireland and Glasgow. Mr Zaman's basis training at Senior House Officer at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield and at Registrar level at Stobhill Teaching Hospital, Glasgow. Senior Registrar training was at the University of Nijmegan Radboud Teaching Hospital and he was a Consultant in the Netherlands for 13 years.
Mr Zaman has been working as a Consultant Ophthalmic surgeon at Hull Royal Infirmary since February 2003. His sub-speciality is medical retina. He has developed photodynamic therapy in Hull for wet age related macular degeneration and he is involved with the co-ordination of improvement of the diabetic screening service in the region.
His surgical experience includes over one thousand cataract operations, glaucoma drainage procedures, and eyelid corrections including over 200 blepharoplastys, squint surgery and dacrycysto-rhinostomy. Mr Zaman also has a wide range of laser therapy to treat a range of retinal diseases.