Dr David Gunn is a Brisbane based ophthalmologist specialising in medical and surgical diseases of the cornea, complex cataract surgery and laser and refractive eye surgery.
He was educated in Brisbane and graduated from The University of Queensland Bachelor of Science and Medicine programs awarded with First Class Honours. He completed his medical residency and ophthalmology training throughout Queensland and was awarded the prestigious K. G. Howsam gold medal for obtaining the highest results in the Australian and New Zealand final ophthalmology examinations.
Dr Gunn undertook fellowship training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital followed by further subspecialty training in corneal, advanced cataract and refractive surgery at the renowned Bristol Eye Hospital.
Dr Gunn practices at the Queensland Eye Institute and holds a public appointment at the Mater Hospital Brisbane where he also offers intermediate surgery to uninsured patients.
He is active in eye disease research and publishes in local and international medical journals. He is involved in the training of surgical registrars, medical students and nurses and is an honorary faculty member of The University of Queensland.
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