Johns Hopkins Medicine has a proud history of leadership and innovation in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery. This legacy was further enhanced in 2010, when Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery moved from being a division in the Department of Surgery to an independent department.
As one of the first such departments at a major academic institution, we are uniquely poised to marshal greater resources and further new opportunities for advances in the field.
We would like to thank the following department leaders and alumni for their generous contributions and we hope you will consider joining them in their support of the department’s training programs:
- Adam L. Basner, M.D.
- Steven Bonawitz, M.D.
- William A. Crawley, M.D.
- M. Felix Freshwater, M.D.
- Dr. and Mrs. John E. Hoopes
- Randolph M. Howes, M.D., Ph.D.
- Dr. and Mrs. Michael Jabaley
- Ramon A. de Jesus, M.D.
- W. P. Andrew Lee, M.D.
- Edward A. Luce, M.D.
- Paul N. Manson, M.D.
- Bernard L. Markowitz, M.D.
- Dr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Morgan
- Richard J. Redett, M.D.
- Ernesto J. Ruas, M.D.
- Justin M. Sacks, M.D.
- Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Serletti
Charitable donations can be allocated to support one of the following initiatives:
- A named department library: $250,000
- A named department conference room: $100,000
- A named traveling scholarship to support resident attendance of national plastic surgery meetings: $10,000
- The resident cadaver workshop for one academic year: $7,500
- Resident research projects in basic science and clinical research: $5,000
- A resident workstation in the new department space: $2,500
- A resident locker in the new department space: $1,000
Gifts more than $3,000 may be pledged over a three-year time period.
Thank you for your investment in the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.