Miss Lana Fu is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon with training and expertise in the medical and surgical treatment of Cornea and External Eye disease.
Lana graduated from Manchester Medical School and commenced ophthalmic training at the Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion, Edinburgh in 2014. She obtained the Fellowship of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (FRCOphth) in 2017 and completed higher ophthalmic training in the North West Deanery. During this time, she was the Chief Registrar at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (2018-2019) and led improvements to the Eye Emergency Centre. She completed 18 months of advanced subspecialist training (TSC & fellowship) in Cornea, Cataract, and Refractive Surgery at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, and expanded her interest in Corneal disease with a further 2 years as Senior Cornea Fellow at King’s College Hospital, London. She was appointed as a substantive Consultant Ophthalmologist at King’s College Hospital in December 2021.
Lana has an interest in translational clinical research, she has published and peer reviews in her areas of clinical interest. During her undergraduate training, she obtained funding from the BUPA Foundation to investigate the psychological impact of facial disfigurement. She has presented and won prizes at national and international meetings, including on cataract surgery training at ESCRS, and on outcomes of paediatric corneal collagen crosslinking at BIPOSA.
Since starting at King’s, she has designed innovative surgical simulation models for corneal trauma and keratoplasty utilizing 3D-printing, and introduced new surgical techniques to the department. Together with colleagues, she has audited and published the department’s excellent outcomes of keratoplasty surgery. She is happy to offer long-term and lifetime treatment planning for her patients.
At work, she enjoys collaborating with like-minded colleagues, developing her clinical interests, and contributing to new ways of working to solve real-world clinical challenges. She has contributed to the Blindness Prevention Programme in South Africa, in conjunction with the Tshemba Foundation. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family, travelling, and cycling around London.
Procedures Miss Fu offers
- Ocular surface
- Amniotic membrane grafting
- Pterygium removal
- Ocular surface reconstruction
- Dermoid removal
- Penetrating keratoplasty
- Tectonic keratoplasty
- Collagen cross linking
- Microincision Cataract surgery including toric (treating astigmatism), premium lenses
- Lens exchange and Aphakia management
- Laser Capsulotomy