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- State the advances in plastic surgery training and clinical care at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
- Recall the historical contributions of Penn State Health Plastic Surgery to organized plastic surgery nationally.
- Identify the role of plastic surgery in regenerative medicine research and describe potential clinical applications.
- 7 a.m. | Breakfast
- 8 a.m. | History of the Division:
Putting Penn State Health on the Map
Ernest Manders, MD
Shane Johnson, MD
Current State of Plastic Surgery Training in the United States
Donald Mackay, MD, FRCS
- 8:30 a.m. | Penn State Health Plastic Surgery Residency, 1973-2023
John Ingraham, MD
- 9 a.m. | Interdisciplinary Surgery at Penn State Health:
Update on Hershey Craniofacial Surgery
Tom Samson, MD
Update on ESTEEM/Fornadley Microsurgery and Skull Base Lab
John Potochny, MD
Update on Cutaneous Oncology
Kavita Vakharia, MD
Update on Facial Nerve Clinic
Cathy Henry, MD
Update on Hand Surgery
Randy Hauck, MD
Extremity Reconstruction State of the Art
John Ingraham, MD
- 10 a.m. | Coffee Break
- 10:30 a.m. | Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory
Dino Ravnic, DO
- 11 a.m. | Research Presentations
Jessica El-Mallah, DO
Summer Horchler, BS
Olivia Waldron, BS
- 11:30 a.m. | Resident Clinical Presentations:
Assessment of the Multi-Disciplinary and Operative Management of Robin Sequence at a Single Institution: A Retrospective Review Over Eight Years
Jeffrey Fornadley, MD
Mycobacterial Infections Following Cosmetic Surgery Tourism, a Highly Morbid Complication
Sameer Massand, MD
Comparison of Tumescent Anesthesia Versus Pectoral Nerve Block in Bilateral Reduction Mammoplasty
Caroline McLaughlin, MD
Sentinel Lymph Node Positivity in Cutaneous Melanoma and its Correlation to a 31 Gene-Expression Profile Test and Two Lymph Node Risk Calculators
Ambroise Gilles, MD
Brandon Free, MD
- Noon | Lunch/Jade Honey Remarks on Philanthropy — Plastic Surgery Education Fund
- 1 p.m. | Panel: Best Case – Best Save
Brittany Behar, MD
Sebastian Brooke, MD
Logan Carr, MD
Reza Mirali, MD
Brad Morrow, MD
Christopher Parham, MD
Alexis Tashima, MD
- 2 p.m. | Keynote Lecture
William Kuzon, Jr, PhD, MD, FRCS
- 3 p.m. | Remembering Dr. William Graham III, MD
Robert Barrett Noone, MD
- 3:30 p.m. | Closing Comments
Shane Johnson, MD
- 6–9 p.m. | Dinner at the Hershey Conservatory
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