Adam Ross is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Bristol Eye Hospital. He has a subspecialty interest in medical retina, uveitis, cataract surgery as well as general ophthalmology. He carried out his training in Bristol and Cheltenham as well as visiting fellowships in New York and Washington. He currently is the lead for the macular degeneration service at the Bristol Eye Hospital.
He is an advisor for the ophthalmology content of the British National Formulary (BNF) and provides ophthalmology opinions for both the BNF and the children's BNF.
He is the Royal College of Ophthalmologists College Tutor for the Bristol Eye Hospital. He is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Bristol and is the lead coordinator and teacher for the ophthalmology undergraduate teaching programme. He has completed various post-graduate qualifications, is a fellow of the higher education academy and continues to be actively involved in teaching of ophthalmologists in addition to allied health professionals.