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Dellon Lectureship in Peripheral Nerve Surgery

A Lee Dellon

In his role as a clinician, researcher and educator, A. Lee Dellon has been a pioneer in the field of peripheral nerve surgery.

The A. Lee Dellon, M.D., Ph.D., Lectureship in Peripheral Nerve Surgery recognizes his lifelong commitment to the profession and is an important component of resident education in our Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This is particularly fitting, as Dellon is a Johns Hopkins University and school of medicine alumnus. He has been affiliated with the department since 1978.

The Dellon Endowed Lectureship is made possible by the generous support of donors to the A. Lee Dellon, M.D., Ph.D., Leadership Fund in Peripheral Nerve Surgery.

Previous Lectures


Visiting Lecturer: Jonathan M. Winograd, M.D.
Associate Visiting Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Topic: "Frontiers in Nerve Reconstruction: A Translational Research Approach"

View the 2020 Lectureship Program (PDF)


Visiting Lecturer: Marshall Devor, Ph.D.
Alpert Professor of Pain Research, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, Institute of Life Sciences and Center for Research on Pain, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Topic: “Dysfunctional Plasticity in the Dorsal Root Ganglion as a Generator of Neuropathic Pain”

View the 2019 Lectureship Invitation (PDF) and Program (PDF)


Visiting Lecturer: Tessa Gordon, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Topic: “Can Poor Recovery After Nerve Injuries be Alleviated by Stimulating the Nerves?"

View the 2018 Lectureship Invitation (PDF) and Program (PDF)


Visiting Lecturer: Shai Rozen, M.D.
Professor, Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Topic: "Peripheral Nerve Surgery – a Journey of Function, Pain and Sensation"


Visiting Lecturer: Thomas H. Tung, M.D.
Associate professor of surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Topic: "Time is Muscle:The Evolution of Nerve Transfers"


Visiting Lecturer: Oskar Aszmann, M.D.
Director of the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Restoration of Extremity Function and associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Medical University of Vienna in Austria
Topic: "Restoration of Extremity Function at the Frontier between Biological and Mechatronic Reconstruction"

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