Margaret Dayan is a Consultant Ophthalmologist and Honorary Lecturer. She graduated from Oxford and trained in Leeds and around the Northern Region before undertaking a fellowship in Neuro-ophthalmology and motility in Oxford and spending time at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore. Her subspecialist interests are Neuro-ophthalmology and Adult Ocular Motility and she runs the departmental Botulinum Toxin service which takes referrals from all over the region. She also works closely with the Regional Neurorehabilitation service and sees patients with visual impairment (including higher cognitive visual dysfunction) secondary to brain injuries. She established and convenes the Newcastle Course on Orbital and Neuro-Imaging for Ophthalmology which has attendees from all over the UK. She teaches ophthalmology, neurology and medicine specialty trainees and medical students and is an educational supervisor, mentor and appraiser.