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CSDE Research Affiliate

Anthony Bui

Acting Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
University of Washington

    Anthony L. Bui, MD, MPH (he/him) is a board-certified general pediatrician and acting assistant professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. He teaches and practices general pediatrics at Harborview Medical Center and is an investigator at the Seattle Children’s Research Institute Center for Child Health, Behavior, and Development. As a physician and health services researcher, Dr. Bui is dedicated to tackling mental health disparities among children from immigrant and refugee families. His current work as a physician-investigator aims to understand and address the mental and behavioral healthcare barriers experienced by Vietnamese children of immigrant families. He has also led research studies on children’s healthcare spending, injury prevention and community safety, and racial equity. The son of Vietnamese refugees, Dr. Bui is committed to caring for patients and families who are socially vulnerable, including those who are racial and ethnic minorities, refugees and immigrants, low-income, and those who speak languages other than English. Dr. Bui obtained his B.A. in Economics and Public Health from UC Berkeley as a first-generation college student. He concurrently completed his M.P.H. in Global Health Metrics from UW and his public health metrics research fellowship at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. Dr. Bui earned his M.D. from the David Geffen Medical School at UCLA, where he was a Geffen Scholar and was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. He completed his pediatric residency and chief residency at UW and Seattle Children’s Hospital, during which he received the Anne E. Dyson Child Advocacy Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics and was a New Century Scholar through the Academic Pediatric Association. He is the recipient of the Abraham B. Bergman Prize for his exemplary care to pediatric patients and families at Harborview Medical Center and of the Richard P. Shugerman Award for his leadership abilities. He started his career as a strategy consultant with the Monitor Group (now Monitor Deloitte) working on healthcare and economic development projects in New York, Vietnam, and Kenya.