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Cadaver Lab

Cadaver_Lab

On Saturday April 21, 2018, the departments of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery and Plastic Surgery at Washington University in St. Louis held a joint facial trauma resident training course. The course faculty included two facial plastic surgeons (Drs. Gregory Branham and John Chi) and two craniofacial surgeons (Drs. Gerald Cho and Kamlesh Patel). There were several didactic lectures on principles of facial trauma management followed by a hands-on cadaver dissection with craniofacial plating systems available for training. The residents learned techniques ranging from bicoronal approaches to the upper and mid-face, as well endoscopic approaches to the mandibular condyle.

St. Louis Triathlon

St. Louis Triathlon

Program Director Marissa Tenenbaum, MD, and resident Dave Grant, MD, celebrate their completion of a recent St. Louis triathlon.

New Resident Picnic:  
Faculty, residents and fellows welcome new residents at a picnic pool party hosted by Program Director Marissa Tenenbaum, MD (see below).
 Resident picnic
 Resident picnic
 Resident picnic
 Resident picnic
 Resident picnic

AxoGen Cadaver Course

Axogen Cadaver Course 
 Axogen Cadaver Course

Residents at a Blues game.

Residents at Blues game
1st-year resident Dave Grant (Vancouver jersey) and 2nd-year resident Ketan Sharma (Blues jersey) before a Blues hockey game

Residents take in a Cardinals baseball game with PSF Visiting Professor Joseph Disa, MD

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