2022 Michael J Hawes Lecture

ASOPRS Foundation 2022 Michael J. Hawes Lecture was presented by John Siebert, MD, entitled Changes in Cutaneous Gene Expression after Microvascular Free Tissue Transfer in Parry-Romberg Syndrome.  

John Siebert, MD, Professor in the Department of Surgery, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Division of Plastic Surgery, presented his work on Parry-Romberg Syndrome at the ASOPRS Fall Symposium. Dr. Siebert is world-renowned for work with Parry-Romberg patients, including his approach of early intervention with his microvascular free tissue transfer reconstruction technique. 
Dr Siebert graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine in 1981. He went on to complete his  General Surgery residency at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1981 to 1986, and then did his Plastic Surgery residency and a microsurgery fellowship at New York University from 1986 to 1989.  He was on faculty at NYU in Plastic Surgery and served as director of the Microsurgery Fellowship and Chief of Plastic Surgery at Bellevue Hospital while on staff at NYU; Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; and with New York Eye and Ear Infirmary for 20 years.  He has been a Professor at UW since 2007 and has had an Endowed Chair since 2015.
Dr. Siebert has written over 80 papers in peer-reviewed journals and 20 chapters in plastic surgical textbooks.  He has delivered over 172 presentations as invited lectureships, visiting professorships, and at international and national plastic surgery meetings. He has received numerous awards in plastic surgery, including three James Barrett Brown awards by the American Association of Plastic Surgeons in 1991, 1998, and 2021 for the best contribution to the plastic surgery literature that year.
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