Curriculum Vitæ



Stanford University Department of Ophthalmology
Stanford, CA
1998 – 2001


Internship: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine
San Jose, CA
1997 – 1998

Medical School

University of California, Irvine – College of Medicine
Irvine, California
1993 – 1997


California State University, Fullerton – School of Business
Fullerton, CA
1981 – 1984
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with Concentration in Finance

Licensure and Board Certification

  • Licensed California Physician & Surgeon
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology
  • Advanced Medical Optics Custom View Laser Vision Certified for High Myopia & Iris Registration – March 2007
  • VISX Laser Certified
  • WAVEFRONT Laser Certified
  • Bausch & Lomb C-LASIK Certification, February 2001
  • Nidek EC-5000 Excimer Laser Training & Certification Course, April 2001


Academic & Administrative Appointments

Dr. Saub serves as an instructor for Stanford University assisting and teaching residents in clinical patient care at the Palo Alto Veteran’s Hospital. Dr. Saub served as surgical instructor from 2001 to 2008.

Hospital Appointments

  • Former Chair, Department of Ophthalmology Community Hospital of Los Gatos: 2008 – 2010
  • Good Samaritan Hospital San Jose
  • Los Gatos Surgical Center

Memberships, Offices and Committee Appointments

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
  • American Medical Association
  • California Medical Association
  • Research to Prevent Blindness

Other Professional Positions & Major Appointments

Dr. Saub serves as the Medical Director of Community Mobile Eye Clinics, a non-profit public benefit corporation whose mission is to provide free eye care to economically disadvantaged & medically underserved children and adults.

Awards & Honors

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

Research Interests

Principal Investigator, Department of Ophthalmology Stanford University 2001: Conducted a survey of Santa Clara County homeless population to determine the extent of untreated eye disease and to assess barriers to access.

2000: Conducted a study of patients’ knowledge, at time of pre-op exam, regarding their upcoming operation. Patients were more knowledgeable, particularly about risks, if they reported having had a previous discussion about these matters with their surgeon.

1999: Conducted a retrospective review of all cases of phacoemulsification by senior residents since 1991 at a Veteran’s Hospital to determine the incidence of posterior capsule tear.

Research Associate, Department of Ophthalmology University of California, Irvine: 1996: Conducted a retrospective study to assess occurrence of contralateral-eye CMV retinitis in patients with a ganciclovir implant while on oral ganciclovir.

Narain K, Saub E. Occult fellow-eye CMV retinitis in patients with a ganciclovir implant while on oral ganciclovir. (ARVO 1998)

Principal Investigator & Winner of Family Medicine Summer Research Grant for Original Research Proposal, University of California, Irvine: 1994: Designed and implemented a study to assess people’s attitudes, beliefs & opinions regarding organ donation.

Saub E, Shapiro J, Radecki S. Do patients want to talk to their physicians about organ donation? Attitudes, Beliefs & Opinions about Organ Donation: a study of Orange County Residents. (J Community Health. 1998 Dec;23(6):407-17)