Dr Mo offers his Re:Vision patients state of the art laser vision correction, modern refractive cataract surgery, novel corneal transplant techniques and the latest treatment for corneal disorders such as keratoconus.Book an appointment with Dr Mo
Dr Mo is quadruple fellowship trained in the field of cornea & anterior segment surgery from the world renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital (London) and New Zealand National Eye Centre (Auckland). He holds the postgraduate UK Certificate in Laser and Refractive Surgery (CertLRS) and has over 10 years of ophthalmic surgical experience having completed:
More than 2,500 cataract operations
More than 250 corneal transplants
MBChB (Hons) 2006 ( (University of Leeds)
FRCOphth 2013 (Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London)
FRANZCO 2019 (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists)
Doctor of Medicine (MD) 2019 (University of Auckland)
2017 - RANZCO Best Research Presentation Award
2015 - Moorfields Alumni Association Bursary Award
2014 - Moorfields Alumni Association Bursary Award
2013 - Brian Harcourt Medal, Award for candidate with the highest mark achieved for the FRCOphth exit exam in 2012/2013.
2010 - Elizabeth Hunt Medal, Award for candidate with the highest mark achieved for the refraction exam in 2010/2011.
2006 - MBChB with honours, Awarded honours degree and distinction in 11 subjects.
2005 - Centenary & Hardwick award
2005 - Vandervell foundation award for clinical audit
Over 50 presentations on the national and international stage.
Dr Mo works publicly at the department of ophthalmology at Greenlane Clinical Centre in Auckland specialising in corneal and cataract surgery.
Dr Mo is a Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland and regularly teaches undergraduates and postgraduates in both ophthalmology and optometry. He completed his doctoral thesis in his subspecialist area of interest focusing on novel options for the treatment of corneal disease.
Having personally had LASIK treatment in both eyes, Dr. Mo has a special passion for sight correction surgery, and understands from a patient’s perspective the truly life-changing nature of everything we do here at Re:Vision.
Dr. Mo graduated from Leeds Medical School in 2006 (one of the youngest doctors to ever graduate in the UK), where he received an honours degree and more than ten distinction certificates. He subsequently completed his ophthalmic specialist training in London, and was awarded two medals from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists for attaining the highest marks in the Refraction Exam (Elizabeth Hunt Medal) and Part II Exit Exam (Brian Harcourt Medal.)
Dr. Mo is quadruple fellowship trained in cornea anterior segment surgery from the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, and New Zealand National Eye . He has over 10 years of surgical experience, having performed more than 3000 major procedures.
He has authored over 30 peer-reviewed publications and four book chapters and has delivered over 50 presentations and posters at prestigious international meetings.
As an Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland, Dr. Mo conducts research on the effects of crosslinking on corneal conditions such as keratoconus, and is involved in evaluating new treatment options for a variety of corneal disorders.
Mo’s spare time is spent exploring the beauty of New Zealand as well as playing a variety of sports including football, volleyball and table tennis.
A case of leading surgeons deciding to do something different – the Re:Vision sight correction centre provides an unparalleled level of expertise and great eye care every day. And then they do more. When others have down time these guys go and do more pro bono cataract surgery for free, under the umbrella of ARCH (Auckland Regional Charity Hospital), bringing high quality medical care to those in serious need and have been denied care from the Public Hospital System. Because in their book everyone deserves the gift of sight.