The Power List celebrates the 100 most influential figures in ophthalmology from across the globe, nominated by their peers and judged by an internationally acclaimed panel of experts.
The Ophthalmologist’s annual Power List celebrates the 100 most influential figures in ophthalmology from across the globe, nominated by their peers and judged by an internationally acclaimed panel of experts.
This year, David Crabb, Professor of Statistics and Vision Research at the Crabb Lab, City, University of London, joined the 2023 Power List in recognition for his many years of excellence in research and the impact this work has achieved in the fields of vision science and ophthalmology.
David Crabb, Professor of Statistics and Vision Research, Crabb Lab, City, University of London
The Crabb Lab aims are to understand, diagnose and monitor eye disease in order to improve patient services and outcomes, with a focus on the measurement of vision to achieve its goals.
Professor Crabb’s team at the Lab is a mixture of researchers from the fields of optometry, psychology, mathematics, health economics and computer science with a shared vision of reducing the burden of eye disease on society through their combined endeavours.
Professor Crabb and the team have a world-renowned reputation for ground-breaking research at the interface of academia, industry and health and care, and strong collaboration with researchers and clinicians from other eye care institutions of excellence.
This includes the nearby Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, the oldest and largest centre for specialist ophthalmic treatment, teaching and research in Europe.
Reflecting upon joining the Power List this year, Professor Crabb said:
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Visit The Ophthalmologist’s Power List 2023, for the full list of influential figures.