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Since its launch seven years ago, our department has been continually expanding, adding to our faculty both in numbers and expertise and increasing our dimensions in clinical services and research programs.
The core values of diversity and inclusion are key to Johns Hopkins’ mission of research, education and patient care, and they are equally crucial for the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Raynaud’s phenomenon (rp), a condition that causes vasospasms most commonly in the fingers’ arteries with exposure to cold, is a hallmark of scleroderma.
The thinking behind placement of tissue expanders for postmastectomy breast reconstruction has come full circle, says Gedge Rosson, director of breast reconstruction.
Transgender individuals face a variety of disparities, with serious consequences. Few medical centers in the nation have the expertise to provide these patients with the surgical, endocrine and other care that many desperately need.
For decades, integrated plastic surgery residencies across the country have operated in much the same way: at least six years of training after medical school centered on gaining the diverse set of skills necessary in this field.
Learn why our residents chose Johns Hopkins to continue their education.