David P. Bui, M.D.

David P. Bui, M.D.

 Academic Position

Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology
Department of Ophthalmology
University of California, San Francisco


1988 – 1992    University of California, Davis
B.S. Cum Laude, Biochemistry/Art

1992 – 1996    University of California, San Francisco

1996 – 1997    Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Santa Clara
Internship, Medicine

1997 – 2000    Jules Stein Eye Institute at UCLA
Residency, Ophthalmology

Surgical Skills

Complex cataract surgeries; multifocal and toric intraocular lens implantation
Complex anterior segment surgeries and secondary lens implantation
Cosmetic eyelid surgeries
Micro-incision glaucoma surgeries: canaloplasty, iStent, trabeculectomyAll-laser LASIK


2002    Diplomat, American Board of Ophthalmology
1997    Certification, California Medical Board


2001 – current    American Academy of Ophthalmology
2012 – current    California Medical Association
2012 – current    Alameda County Medical Association

Community Activities

2002 – 2008    Annual lecturer for health care providers and patients on diabetic eye disease:  prevention, treatment, and updates; Alameda Hospital, CA
2002 – 2008    Volunteer, screening eye exam for the annual health fair, Vietnamese-American Community; Oakland, CA
2008 – 2010    Advisory Board Member of Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay

Research and Publications

Abstract presented at ARVO 2000, Geographic variation in surgical under-treatment of glaucoma in African Americans, D Bui, F Yu, A Coleman, Jules Stein Eye Institute / UCLA

Abstract presented at ARVO 1999, New approach to classify subgroups of glaucomatous optic nerve phenotypes based on quantitative analysis with scanning laser ophthalmoscopy, D Bui, D Hoffman, J Caprioli, Jules Stein Eye Institute / UCLA

Abstract presented at OMIG 1995, Frequent recovery of fluoroquinolone-resistant and methicillin-resistant staphylococci following topical ciprofloxacin use.  DG Hwang, DP Bui, WG Hodge, SB Dang, and V Cevallos.  Dept of Ophthalmology, UCSF and F.I. Proctor Foundation

Abstract presented of ARVO 1995 Effect of ciprofloxacin concentration on mutational resistance rates in S. Aureus, DP Bui, SB Dang, DG Hwang, Dept of Ophthalmology, UCSF

Co-author, Chapter 16 – Pyrroloquinoline Quinone:  Effect on growth, reproduction, immune function, and extracellular matrix maturation in mice, F Steinberg, C Schmidt, J Kilgore, N Romero-Chapman, D Tran, D Bui, and R Rucker.  U.C. Davis Principal and Applications of Quinone Protein, Marcel Dekker Inc., 1992. P. 367-379.