Dr. Jaspreet S. Rayat is an assistant clinical professor (adjunct) of ophthalmology at the McMaster University, he completed his Bachelor of Health Sciences from McMaster University graduating with highest distinction. He then obtained his Doctor of Medicine at Queen’s University and pursued his Ophthalmology training at the University of Alberta, and had the honor of serving as Chief Resident. During his training, Dr. Rayat performed hundreds of intraocular surgeries with the most modern technology. He has also published numerous research articles in renowned journals, interviewed by media outlets for his innovation and invited to conferences around the world to present his findings. He has been the recipient of multiple research awards including the top 5 resident ophthalmic researchers in Canada by the Novartis Vision Fund, NSERC research grants and the prestigious Reg Martiniuk prize for first place for his research at the University of Alberta.
As an Eye physician and Surgeon, he has the expertise to manage a comprehensive range of ocular conditions including cataract surgery, glaucoma lasers, and pterygium surgery. He also performs anti-VEGF injections for macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions.
He is fluent in English, Punjabi and Hindi.