Our division hosts a monthly research series showcasing basic science, translational, and innovative research. As well, special topics and speakers relevant to plastic and reconstructive surgery will follow. This series covers a wide-range of research topics and translational efforts pertinent to Plastic Surgery – i.e. animal models and findings for surgery, cutting-edge surgical techniques, entrepreneurship in surgery, and many more!
We usually meet each month on the 4th Thursday at 5-6pm via Zoom. Please email Dr. Matthew Wood (email@example.com) for the Zoom link.
We hope to see you there!
|Jan 28||Matthew Wood, Ph.D. — Cells and signals in nerve regeneration across biomaterials|
|Feb 25||John Felder, M.D. — Novel solutions for wound closure|
|March 25||Stephen WP Kemp, PhD. — Functional neural control of prosthetic limbs and the amelioration of pain in amputation|
|April 22||Mitch Pet, M.D. — Monitoring tissue flaps with novel technology|
|May 27||Terry Myckatyn, M.D. — Understanding implant infections|
|June 24||No seminar – Resident Research Day (email Wood for details)|
|Aug 26||Alison Snyder-Warwick, M.D. — Understanding the neuromuscular junction and terminal Schwann cells|
|Sept 23||Justin Sacks, M.D. — Suture-less anastomosis|
|Oct 28||Amanda Westman, Ph.D. — Translational studies in plastic surgery|