Dr. Fan Liang is the medical director of the Center for Transgender Health. In joining the team of 50+ providers, she will be advancing the center’s mission of embracing diversity and inclusion and providing affirming, comprehensive, person-centered care for patients.
Dr. Liang is board-certified in plastic surgery, and has expertise in a range of plastic and reconstructive procedures. She has extensive training and experience with pediatric and adult craniofacial reconstruction, oncologic and traumatic reconstruction, as well as gender affirmation surgery.
Dr. Liang graduated from Harvard Medical School after earning her undergraduate degree in chemistry at Princeton University. She completed her integrated plastic surgery residency at the University of Southern California and then pursued a one-year craniofacial fellowship at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Liang comes to Johns Hopkins Medicine from the University of Maryland Medical System’s R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. There, she served as an assistant professor of surgery, and focused on restoring form and function to patients with complex craniofacial trauma, oncologic defects and bony injuries of the hand and lower extremity.
Dr. Liang considers her work in gender affirmation procedures to be especially rewarding. She approaches these procedures with keen skill and dedication to every aspect of her patients’ well-being.