Lindsay specialises in the surgical and medical management of intraocular and extraocular tumours.

As well as diseases of the eyelids, lacrimal system and orbit.

Her clinical interests are:

• Melanoma of the choroid, iris, conjunctiva and skin
• Plaque and external beam radiotherapy to the eye
• Advanced techniques in enucleation and exenteration
• Eyelid malignancy, malposition and reconstruction
• Clinical and surgical management of watery eyes (epiphora)
• Trauma or injury to the eye, lids or orbit
• Thyroid Eye Disease
• Cataract surgery and premium intraocular lens use

Lindsay completed an undergraduate degree in Optometry with Honours at the Queensland University of Technology in 2005. She went on to study medicine at the University of Queensland in 2006, and completed a Masters of Philosophy in Ophthalmology in 2013. Lindsay undertook her specialty ophthalmology training in Queensland. She completed her training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, with an acting fellow role in the orbital, lacrimal and plastics team. She then went on to complete a further year of subspecialty training in ocular oncology, oculoplastics and orbit at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in the United Kingdom in 2017-2018.

She has published extensively in her area of subspecialty in peer-reviewed journals and presented lectures and workshops at international conferences, including the World Ophthalmology Congress, Royal College of Ophthalmology Congress, British Oculoplastic Surgeons’ Society meeting, the International Society of Ocular Oncology Congress and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists Congress.

Lindsay is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgeons, British Oculoplastics Surgeons Society and International Society of Ocular Oncologists. She is a visiting Consultant Ophthalmologist and Supervisor of Training at the Mater Adults Hospital.