The 2015 Course was endorsed by the American Society of Reconstructive Medicine
2016 Dates: August 5th - August 7th.
Cost: Attending physician - $1,600; Resident - $1,100
Duke Division of Plastic Surgery
Duke's Human Fresh Tissue Laboratory
Durham, North Carolina
This course has been designed to address the needs of the resident in plastic surgery wishing to learn flap dissection and the established practitioner who wishes to expand their current repertoire of flap surgery. Both Pedicle and Microsurgical flaps will be covered.
Michael R. Zenn, MD, FACS, Chair
Please check back in early January 2016 for on-line registration information. If you have any questions, please contact Jim Bolognesi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This two-day course will allow the participants to familiarize themselves with the full spectrum of skin flaps, including muscle, facial, bone, and perforator-based flaps.
The course will be held at Duke's Human Fresh Tissue Laboratory, using fresh cadavers. Participants will be mentored by internationally renowned faculty, through prosection and participant dissection. Educational materials will also be provided.
A hands-on approach will be used with no more than five participants and one faculty per cadaver. All didactics will take place in the Cadaver Lab. A multimedia approach will be used, and we recommend that registrants bring their own scrubs and loops. All other instrumentation will be supplied.
Read the course agenda.