Meet Julia Sen
Julia Sen is a Consultant Ophthalmologist specialising in Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery
Miss Julia Sen is a Consultant Ophthalmic, Oculoplastic and Cancer Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon.
Julia became an NHS Consultant in 2006 having graduated from Leicester University Medical School in 1993 and from Ophthalmic surgical training in Liverpool and completing Oculoplastic surgical fellowships in in Newcastle upon Tyne and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. She now works as a Consultant in the Worcestershire Acute NHS Trust where she has developed a subspecialist practice in periocular skin cancer and reconstructive surgery. She is a core member of the Worcestershire multidisciplinary skin cancer team and is one of the only UK Ophthalmic surgeons trained to practice the Mohs microsurgical technique for skin cancer, which combines the best outcomes in terms of both cure and tissue conservation. Other areas of her practice include correction of eyelid malpositions, watering eyes and periocular cosmetic surgery.
Julia is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and a executive member of the British Oculoplastic Surgeons’ Society (BOPSS) whom she has represented on the NHS England Committee for Cllinical Reference Guidelines for skin cancer, the working party for development of NICE guidelines for Mohs surgery and collaborated on the BOPSS recommended management of skin cancer.
Julia is a faculty member on the University Hospital Coventry Ophthalmic Surgery Cadaver Wetlab Course for teaching Oculoplastic surgery to doctors in training and of the Oculo-facial Aesthetics Academy (OFAA) training safe and advanced dermal filler techniques at Guys Medical School and Coventry University Hospital. She is also a surgical trainer for Worcestershire Acute Trust Maxillofacial surgeons and Birmingham University medical students. Julia has been actively involved in research throughout her career and has published research in numerous international peer reviewed journals.