Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Plastic Surgery Research Laboratories (PSRL) are a consortium of clinical, basic and translational faculty investigators with the common objective of investigating the pathology, mechanisms and prospective clinical treatments for the problems facing plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery faculty address research problems from across the division’s 10 clinical programs: Aesthetic, Breast, Adult Craniofacial, Pediatric Plastic, General Reconstructive, Hand, Limb Preservation, Lymphedema, Nerve and Transgender Surgery. Surgeons, scientists, research fellows and medical students contribute to innovative research that embodies the head-to-toe nature of plastic and reconstructive surgery from bench to bedside.


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