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Research Biography

Dr Jeremiah Lim first qualified as an Optometrist in Singapore in 2005 where he worked in private practice and in a public hospital setting. He graduated from Melbourne University in 2009 with distinction and has since practised across more than 50 locations across Victoria. In 2010, he embarked on an MPhil program having secured the competitive Melbourne International Scholarship. Having completed his higher degree in 2012, he returned for a PhD in 2013 after securing the prestigious Melbourne Neuroscience Institute STRAPA award for clinicians. Based at the Melbourne Brain Centre, his research on ocular biomarkers has attracted international attention. His work in retinal electrophysiology was recognised by the International Society of Electrophysiology and Vision in the form of the Eberhard Dodt Award in 2016. As a clinician and postdoctoral research fellow, Jeremiah was awarded the Guelma Alexander Clinical Fellowship in Neuroscience by the Melbourne Neuroscience Institute where he continued to develop ocular biomarkers in vascular diseases such as diabetes. Throughout his research, Jeremiah has maintained his clinical practice and coordinated the Preclinical skills stream in the Doctor of Optometry program at Melbourne University. In 2020, he accepted a Senior Lecturer position at Flinders University where he teaches Optometry students in the 5-year BMedSci/Master of Optometry program.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 Dec 2018

Master of Science, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 Jun 2012

Bachelor, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 Dec 2009


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