Dr. Troy A. Pittman is an assistant professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is a general plastic and reconstructive surgeon with particular interest in oncologic breast reconstruction.
In addition to performing general plastic and reconstructive surgery, he has specialized training in microvascular breast reconstruction and breast reduction and augmentation, as well as revisionary breast surgery for acquired and congenital defects. Dr. Pittman also has an interest in oncoplastic breast surgery for women undergoing breast conservation therapy (lumpectomy).
Beyond reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery, his clinical interests include facial trauma, body contouring and cosmetic surgery, from tummy tucks to facial rejuvenation procedures.
Dr. Pittman earned his M.D. from the SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine. He completed his residencies in general and plastic surgery at Rush University Medical Center and performed a fellowship in breast surgery at Georgetown University Hospital.
His research interests are related to reconstructive outcomes studies, which include determining the best materials and methods for reconstructive surgery and comparing patient satisfaction scores in various surgical procedures.