Dr Anne Weymouth


Dr Weymouth consults patients with a wide variety of inherited and acquired causes of vision loss. She is also accredited to provide eye examinations for CASA, including comprehensive colour vision diagnosis and Farnsworth Lantern Testing.


Dr Weymouth is a member of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, a Credentialed Optometrist for CASA, a Senior Fellow of the Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences at the University of Melbourne and a Fellow of the Australian College of Optometry.

Anne has over 20 years of clinical and research experience in electrophysiology and psychophysics, including overseas placements in paediatric electrophysiology at the Children’s Hospital, Harvard, Boston and in Lyon, France. Along with consulting in electrodiagnostics, she conducts occupational assessments of visual function and is involved in post-graduate supervision and lecturing at the University of Melbourne.

Clinical Expertise

Visual electrophysiology

(according to ISCEV Standards)
- Electroretinograms: full field, pattern, multifocal
- Visual Evoked Potentials: flash, pattern, visual acuity estimates including paediatric

Visual function:

- Perimetry: static and kinetic (Goldmann)
- Contrast sensitivity

Colour vision assessments including diagnostics:

- Ishihara
- D15 Arrangement Panels
- Heidelberg Anomaloscope
- Farnsworth Lantern

Occupational assessments of vision

- Aviation/CASA
- Electrical industry
- Emergency services