I am currently the head of the glaucoma unit at the Centre for Eye Health, University of New South Wales. As a clinician-scientist, my roles within the institute encompass clinical, research and teaching activities. My clinical activities are focussed almost exclusively on the care of patients with glaucoma, and I currently lead the Angle Closure Disease Clinic at the Centre. My research supports the delivery of clinical service with three primary arms: 1) basic science (clinical psychophysics and statistical analytical techniques), 2) clinical research (development and application of novel test paradigms in patients to compare against current clinically available tools), and 3) health care pathways (development and assessment of new modalities of eye health care delivery to optimise patient care). The emphasis of my research is clinically applicable work, with the aim of directly impacting patient care.