Dr Clement received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Sydney, Australia. He has also completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and PhD at the same institution. He undertook ophthalmology training at the Sydney Eye Hospital followed by cataract fellowship training in Bath (UK) and Glaucoma fellowship training in London (UK) and Geneva (Switzerland).
Dr Clement is a staff specialist at Sydney Eye Hospital where he teaches and supervises registrars and fellows in the management of cataract and glaucoma. He is a senior clinical lecturer at the University of Sydney, director of the glaucoma wet lab training program at SEH and founding member of the only Keratoprosthesis service in Australia at SEH. Dr Clement has published 50 peer reviewed research articles, 6 book chapters and is the editor of a textbook on glaucoma. Additionally he is an editor for 4 international ophthalmology journals and is regularly invited to present at congresses both nationally and internationally.
Dr Clement’s interests include cataract surgery, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, non-penetrating glaucoma surgery, trabeculectomy, glaucoma drainage devices and cyclo-destructive procedures.