Jonathan S. Black, M.D.
Dr. Black’s research interests include craniofacial distraction, 3D printed models and their use in craniofacial surgery and education, and plasticity of bone and cartilage. Particular areas of interest include craniofacial surgery, pediatric plastic surgery, international medicine, and partnerships with engineering to solve surgical problems.
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Brittany J. Behar, M.D.
Dr. Behar’s research interests include outcomes in hand surgery including Dupuytren’s contractures, development of teaching tools for resident and fellow learning in hand surgery as well as development of hand surgery skills through global surgical outreach.
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Christopher A. Campbell, M.D.
Dr. Campbell’s research interests include patient reported and clinical outcomes after breast reconstruction, bio-integration of synthetic and biologic constructs for use in regenerative medicine, fat-derived stem cell research, evaluation of monitoring systems for use after microsurgical reconstruction, patient education and satisfaction after breast reconstruction.
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Patrick Cottler, Ph. D., email@example.com
Dr. Cottler is Assistant Professor of Research in Plastic Surgery, with a joint appointment in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. As a Biomedical Engineering by training, and over the past 20 years, he has gained experience in developing and evaluating wound healing technologies, testing in appropriate laboratory and animal models, and published relevant results. Prior to returning to academia, Dr. Cottler worked in the biotechnology industry for 15 years on several early stage wound healing technologies. He has specific expertise in the development and use of animal models of wound healing in the evaluation devices, biomaterials, and techniques. Currently, he directs the applied research efforts in the Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory. His background in biomedical engineering provides the expertise to link the technology to the clinical application.
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Brent R. DeGeorge Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. DeGeorge’s research interests include cannabinoid biology for the management of acute and chronic pain, engineering solutions for joint replacement and repair, articular cartilage repair and regeneration techniques, patient-reported outcomes research and clinical trials, and allograft tendon, cartilage, and dermis bio-integration.
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John T. Stranix, M.D.
Dr. Stranix’s research efforts revolve around optimizing reconstructive surgical outcomes, improving postoperative patient satisfaction, and increasing access to reconstructive services among underserved populations. Particular areas of interest include breast cancer reconstruction, traumatic limb salvage, gender confirming surgery, and physiologic lymphedema procedures.
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