Mr Ellabban is an experienced cataract and retinal surgeon at Hull University Teaching Hospitals. He was trained across the UK, Japan and Egypt. He completed a PhD from the world-renown Kyoto University (Japan) focusing on retinal diseases.
Mr Ellabban has performed more than 10,000 cataract surgeries using the latest technology. He also specialises in the management of complex cataracts in association with other eye problems. He has diverse experience in retinal surgery and offers state of the art retinal surgery for a range of retinal disorders including epiretinal membrane, floaters, macular hole, vitreomacular traction, and vitreous haemorrhage. He also provides treatments for retinal diseases including age related macular degeneration, diabetic macular oedema, and retinal vein occlusion. Mr Ellabban’s passion is to deliver the best possible care to his patients.
Mr Ellabban has a particular interest in research and training. He is a senior lecturer at Hull York Medical School and has over 40 publications in leading eye research journals. His research was presented in the major ophthalmology meetings across the world. Mr Ellabban was invited as a guest speaker to many national and international meetings. He participated in over 15 multicentre trials investigating new modalities for treatments for retinal diseases.
His main leisure interests are sports including road bikes, football and he enjoys following Formula 1.