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2023-24 Visiting Professors

The PSF Visiting Professors instruct plastic surgery residents using their clinical, technical and educational expertise. Plastic surgery training programs benefit from the Visiting Professors' wealth of knowledge and innovative perspectives on plastic surgery represented by the Visiting Professors.

Click each name below to learn more about the Visiting Professors.

Noopur Gangopadhyay, MD

  • Pediatric Microsurgery
  • Primary Cleft Lip and Palate Repairs
  • Craniosynostosis Diagnosis and Surgery
  • The Cleft Nasal Deformity/Cleft Rhinoplasty
  • Gender Equity and Diversity in Plastic Surgery
  • Dental and Orthodontic Considerations in Cleft Patients
  • Facial Trauma
  • Orthoplastic Reconstruction in Pediatric Patients
  • Medical Education and Developing an Educational Philosophy
  • Leadership Development

Nicholas Haddock, MD

  • Striving for Surgical Expertise: The DIEP Flap as a Case Study in Deliberate Practice
  • Developing a Practice in Alternative Flap Breast Reconstruction: PAP Flaps and LAP Flaps
  • Optimization of Aesthetic Breast Reconstruction: From Implants and the Microscope to Robots
  • Stacked Flaps: When One Flap Isn't Enough
  • Microsurgery: Head to Toe Experience with Unique Procedures

Timothy King, MD, PhD

  • Innovation in Plastic Surgery
  • Coding for the Plastic Surgeon
  • How to Build A Collaborative Multi-Specialty Clinical Program
  • Negotiating Research and Promotions at A New Institution
  • What You Need to Know About Promotion and Tenure
  • Surgical Applications of 3D Printing
  • 3D Models of Craniosynostosis for Surgical Simulation and Resident Education
  • Management of Subcondylar Fractures
  • Management of Congenital Nevi
  • Management of Extravasation Injuries in the NICU

Danielle LeBlanc, MD

  • Aesthetic Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction
  • Managing the Ptotic Breast and Direct to Implant Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction
  • Revision Breast Reconstruction and Fat Grafting
  • Subfascial Breast Augmentation
  • Use of P4HB in Breast Surgery (Cosmetic and Reconstruction)
  • Explant options
  • Augmentation Mastopexy
  • Opening a Private Practice

Amber Leis, MD

  • Congenital Hand Surgery
  • Thumb Hypoplasia and Radial Longitudinal Arrest
  • Nerve Transfers
  • Brachial Plexus Birth Injury
  • Tendon Transfers
  • Compartment Syndrome

Evan Matros, MD

  • Head and Neck Reconstruction: from Virtual Surgical Planning to Patient Reported Outcome Measure Development
  • Scalp and Skull Base Reconstruction
  • Chest Wall and Intrathoracic Reconstruction
  • Advantages of CAD/CAM in Head and Neck Reconstruction
  • Mandible Reconstruction with Immediate Dental Implants
  • A Modern Approach to Maxillary Reconstruction
  • Cool Cases I Have Done Only Once
  • Nasal Reconstruction: From Simple to Complex
  • Indications and Use of Parascapular and Scapular Flaps in Reconstructive Microsurgery

Melissa Poh, MD

  • Extremity Sarcoma Reconstruction
  • Oncologic Spine Reconstruction
  • Scalp Reconstruction
  • Building a Gender-Affirming Surgery Program/Team
  • Gender-Affirming Vaginoplasty
  • Gender-Affirming Metoidioplasty/Phalloplasty
  • Never Say Never/The Culture of Yes! in Your Practice
  • The Surgeon Athlete: Surgery as a Contact Sport

Lorne Rosenfield, MD

  • Treating the Neck – Without Opening the Neck: The Pinch-SMAS Lateral Rhytidoplasty
  • Measure Twice – Cut Once: The Taming of the Lower Eyelid with The Pinch Blepharoplasty
  • The Upper Blepharoplasty: More than Just a "Pinch"
  • The Brow Lift: A Case "Against"
  • If Sir Isaac Newton Were a Plastic Surgeon: The Aesthetically Safe Breast Augmentation
  • A LEGOS Strategy: The Tension-FDL-Reverse Abdominoplasty
  • Secrets to an Aesthetic Practice: How to Deliver Superior Results and Attract More Patients
  • The Perioperative Checklist: Remembering to Do Right amd Forgetting to Do Wrong
  • A Cirque du Soleil Moonshot: Balancing a 100% Aesthetic Result with a 0% Complication Rate!
  • Operative Video and the Thinking Surgeon: Past, Present and Future
  • The Learning Curve: Deliberate Learning and Deliberate Teaching: What It Really Takes to Master Aesthetic Surgery
  • What Would Hippocrates Do? How Philosophy Can Make You a Better Surgeon

Kerri Woodberry, MD

  • Congenital Hand Differences
  • Panniculectomy
  • Challenges in Breast Reduction Surgery
  • The Value of an MBA for Physicians
  • Comparison of Academic Practice, Multispecialty and Solo Private Practice

Past Faculty