Ms Evgenia Anikina is an accomplished cataract and retinal surgeon and a medical retina specialist. She has trained at Cambridge University and at Moorfields Eye Hospital, the leading ophthalmic centre in the UK.

She has multiple clinical and surgical areas of interest, in particular the medical and surgical treatment of diabetic eye disease, treatment of sub-macular haemorrhage and intraocular lens exchange/secondary lens implants. She has published in peer reviewed journals and presents regularly at national and international professional meetings.

She is passionate about medical education and holds a number of educational roles, including acting as an Educational Supervisor to specialist ophthalmic trainees in the region, serving as an examiner for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and being a member of the RCOphth Clinical Skills Faculty, supervising microsurgical skills courses since 2015. 

She speaks English and Russian fluently and consults in central London, central Reading and Windsor as well as via remote video consultation.


FRCOphth Royal College of Ophthalmologists 2014
MA 2008 University of Cambridge
MB, BChir 2006 University of Cambridge
BA (Class I) 2004 University of Cambridge

Achievements and Awards

Council member at the Ophthalmology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine 2010 – current
Medical representative for Great Britain on the Medical Committee for the International Savate (French kickboxing) Federation FISav 2018 – current
Medical Member of the Panel on the International Ophthalmological Ethics Committee 2013-2018
Royal College of Ophthalmologists surgical skills tutor 2015-current and College examiner
Winner of the Certificate of Merit at the BEAVRS Annual Meeting 2017
Prize Winner in the Aylward QIPP awards, Moorfields Eye Hospital 2017
Winner of the National Alcon Glaucoma Case Study Award, 2012
Prize winner in the Ophthalmology regional audit & research meeting, 2009
Department of Pharmacology (Cambridge) Research Project Prize, 2004, awarded for best undergraduate project of the year
Trinity College Cambridge Senior Scholarship, 2004-2005
Trinity College Cambridge Junior Scholarship, 2002-2003
Trinity College Cambridge Physiology Prize, 2002


Fellow, Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London
Fellow and Council Member, Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)
Fellow, British and Eire Association of Vitreoretinal Surgeons (BEAVRS)
Fellow, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)
Fellow, European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS)
Fellow, European Society of Retinal Specialists (EURetina)