Associate Professor Heather Mack

Clinical Associate Professor Heather Mack is an Australian Ophthalmologist with a strong interest in medical retinal diseases. She attended medical school at the University of Melbourne, trained in ophthalmology at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, completed a PhD in retinal development at the Howard Florey Institute, University of Melbourne, and completed a fellowship in retinal degenerations at Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School.

A/Prof Mack is a Principal Associate at Eye Surgery Associates, a multi-disciplinary ophthalmic practice in Melbourne, where she heads the visual electrophysiology laboratory and clinical trials units. She has provided leadership in over 30 clinical trials to date. She was a board member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists 2011-2020 and was President 2018-2020.

She has been co-Facilitator/Assessor for training in AMA 4th Edition, Impairment assessment of the Visual System in Victoria (6/2021-2/2023) and NSW (2023-present). Government appointments have included consultant to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency for ophthalmic practice performance assessment (2013); Member of Medical Panels Victoria 2016-present; consultant to Therapeutic Goods Administration on retinal effects of a new drug 2015; and member of the Victorian Surgical Consultative Council 2004-2011. She has conducted over 100 independent assessments for legal firms in Australia.

A/Prof Mack is currently based in Melbourne where she provides regular availability to conduct MedicoLegal assessments. To book an appointment, please call us on (02) 8090 7611, email at or click the link below to book online.

Heather Mack


  • TAC (JME)
  • AMA (4)