Bright Eyes is pleased to introduce Dr. Annie Ku to our patients. She will primarily see older children at adults at our Bright Eyes Family location in Westchase.
Dr. Annie Ku, OD is a Texas native. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Science from Texas A&M University. She then attended Rosenberg School of Optometry in San Antonio, Texas where she earned her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2023. Dr. Ku is furthering her training by completing a residency in Primary Care, Ocular disease, and Brain Injury Rehabilitation at James A Haley VA in Tampa Fl.
During her time in optometry school, she participated in research and published three papers and six posters at Eye, ARVO, AAO, and AOA. She was the president of Sports Vision Association, an officer of Private Practice Club, and a founding member of Spanish Optometry Society. She was also involved in Student Ambassador, Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society, and the Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity where she provided free eye care to underserved areas in Chichicastenango, Guatemala. She was also actively involved in the American Optometric Association and was a student fellow of Academy of American Optometry. Dr. Ku completed her clinical externships in Neuro-Vision Associates of North Texas where she trained in neuro-optometry, visual snow syndrome, binocular vision disorder, pediatric eye exam, myopia management, and vision therapy. She also completed her training in Brooks Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX where she trained in ocular disease, specialty contact lenses, and emergency eye care.
Dr. Ku is passionate about neuro-optometric rehabilitation, pediatric optometry, and sport’s vision. While she is pursuing her residency to specialize in treating patients suffering from visual symptoms due to Post-Concussion Syndrome and traumatic brain injuries, she is thrilled to focus on pediatric eye exam, amblyopia, strabismus, binocular vision disorder, learning related vision issues at Bright Eyes Family Vision Care.
During her free time, Dr. Ku enjoys exploring Tampa with her dog, Luna.