Prof Adrian Fung

Head Of Vitreoretinal Unit, Westmead Hospital

BSc(Med), MBBS(Hons1), MMED (Ophthal. Sci.), MMED (Clin. Epi.) with merit, FRANZCO.

Professor Adrian Fung is Head of the Westmead Hospital Vitreoretinal Unit and a specialist in retinal diseases and posterior segment tumours. He is a Clinical Professor in Ophthalmology at Macquarie University Hospital and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. Professor Fung has published over 130 international peer-reviewed journal articles and 7 book or book chapters and is the Chief and Founding Editor of the online textbook He is a Principal Investigator for the Velodrome Port Delivery System (PDS) trial and was the first surgeon outside of the USA to insert the PDS. Professor Fung is Editor for Retinal Cases and Brief Reports and Medical Retina Section Editor for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. Professor Fung is the course convenor for Ophthalmology Updates! (, an APVRS Councillor and APVRS Leadership Development Program Mentor. He is Chair-elect of the RANZCO Scientific Committee, immediate past Chair of the RANZCO Clinical Standards Committee, a RANZCO RACE examiner and sits on the RANZCO Scientific Congress and ANZSRS Surgical Registry committees. He is a recipient of the RANZCO Teacher of Excellence Award, APAO Distinguished Service and Achievement Awards and the Macula Society Travel Grant Award. Professor Fung has been invited to deliver over 100 international lectures in Australia, North America, Europe and Asia.

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