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Martim Azevedo González

Specialist at Miranza IOA

Specialist in Paediatric ophthalmology

Azevedo-Miranza-IOA
College No.282874881

Training

Bachelor of Medicine. Faculty of Medicine, Autonomous University of Madrid, 2010-2016.

Erasmus: Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) 2014-2015.

Portuguese-Spanish bilingual secondary school certificate at Giner de los Ríos Spanish Institute of Lisbon. Health Sciences modality. 2008 – 2010.

Career

Department Specialist Physician in the Glaucoma Section of La Princesa University Hospital. November 2021 – present.

Department Specialist Physician in the Retina and Vitreous Section of La Princesa University Hospital. September and October 2021.

Department Specialist Physician in the Retina and Vitreous Section of La Paz University Hospital. August and September 2021.

Department Specialist Physician in the Anterior Pole and Vitreous Section of La Princesa University Hospital. June and July 2021.

Ophthalmology Medical Intern passing the MIR residency examination at the Alcorcón Foundation University Hospital. May 2017 – May 2021.
* External rota: Sant Joan de Déu Hospital. Barcelona. Paediatric Ophthalmology Unit. November and December 2019, January 2020.

Specialist Ophthalmology Physician at Clínica Saluddia in Rivas-Vaciamadrid. June 2021 – March 2022.

Specialist Ophthalmology Physician at HM Valle-Suchil Hospital. June 2021 – February 2022.

Specialist Ophthalmology Physician at Clínica Sastre Las Suertes. March 2022 – present.

Specialist Ophthalmology Physician at Clínica Madrid Castellana. April 2022 – present.

Specialist at Miranza IOA. 2022.

Teaching Activity

Collaboration with the training of Medicine students at Rey Juan Carlos University and the Autonomous University of Madrid, giving seminars, theoretical classes, and practical work in the Department.

Collaborator as an actor and evaluator in the Skills-based Examination. Structured and Objective Clinical Examination (OSCE) for years three and six of Medicine at the Autonomous University of Madrid conducted at La Paz University Hospital in May and June 2017.

Research into the results of low concentrations of atropine to slow down the growth of paediatric myopia. Ongoing project.

Scientific and Research Activity

Conference papers: 19

Publications in leading journals: 3

Book chapters: 2