Since its founding more than 75 years ago, the Duke Division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery has been a leader in education and training of world-class surgeons.
We offer a three-year independent residency training program and a six-year integrated residency training program that prepares physicians to become tomorrow’s leaders of academic plastic surgery.
One of the top such programs in the country, the program seeks individuals who are self motivated, with an established record of clinical excellence and academic productivity. It is hoped that those individuals who matriculate at Duke will represent us well wherever they practice.
We provide residents with a wealth of clinical experience. We collaborate with a number of other services in Duke University Medical Center, including the craniomaxillofacial team and Duke Orthopaedics. Residents will also collaborate with all areas of clinical services, including neurosurgery, general surgery, ear nose and throat, urology, gynecology, and pediatric surgery.
Duke Plastic Surgery currently offers a 1 month sub-internship for fourth-year medical students. The rotation offers a broad exposure to many different clinical facets of plastic surgery including pediatric/craniofacial surgery, aesthetic surgery and complex reconstructive procedures.
For more information please contact Lori Allsbrook at 919-681-4771 or email@example.com.
Michael Zenn, MD
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