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Research interests

Dr. Badran’s Ph.D. project examined metabolic changes after surgical subcutaneous fat removal during body contouring surgeries that tackles the physical manifestations of obesity. His research interest includes clinical and translational research in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery, particularly mechanistic studies underpinning the link between obesity, insulin resistance, inflammation, and adipocyte dysfunction.

Clinical interests

Abdominal fat removal, Body contouring, Brachial plexus injuries, Breast deformities, Breast augmentations, Breast hypertrophy, Burn scar contracture, Cancer reconstruction, Cervical spinal cord injury (upper extremity & hand construction), Chest wall reconstruction, Cumulative trauma disorder,  Gynecomastia, Hidradenitis suppurativa, Limb salvage, Liposuction, Lymphedema, Macromastia,  Microvascular surgery, Microvascular oncologic reconstruction, Mohs reconstruction, Oncologic reconstruction, Sternal reconstruction, Wound coverage and closure, Reconstructive pelvis surgery,  Diabetic foot wounds, Pressure sore ulcers


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