Dr. Matthew Bujak
Over 5,000 ocular procedures
Dr. Matthew Bujak completed both his medical degree and his ophthalmology residency at the University of Toronto. He then completed corneal fellowships at the Doheny Eye Institute (University of Southern California) and the Moran Eye Center in Utah, before returning to St. Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto.
Currently holding the position of assistant professor at University of Toronto, Dr. Bujak operates at St. Michael’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital, and the Kensington Eye Institute. He provides cataract surgery with a particular interest in dense, complicated cataracts typically seen in the developing world, and medically underserved populations in Canada. He performs all types of corneal transplants including DMEK, DSAEK, DALK, and PKP. Through the Kensington Eye Institute he provides femtosecond-assisted corneal transplants.
Dr. Bujak maintains an active interest in international development and the provision of eye care to the developing world. He is the medical director of international ophthalmology at the University of Toronto. While at the university, he received the Sopman Humanitarian award in recognition of his work.
Over the course of the last several years, Dr. Bujak has worked extensively with the Himalayan Cataract Project, as well as other organizations such as ORBIS, USAID, Vision 20/20, Sight Life and the World Health Organization to provide eye care in 10 countries worldwide. Typically, Dr. Bujak completes two to three international missions a year. He also has a keen interest in helping develop residency programs, and training courses. He has also dedicated his time towards writing textbook chapters.
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
- The Canadian Ophthalmological Society
- The American Academy of Ophthalmology
- They remain up-to-date on latest laser vision technologies and techniques
- They teach surgeons-in-training at prominent universities
- They conduct ongoing research in the field of refractive surgery