The Brown University residency in plastic surgery is the oldest in New England, established in 1963. We are a fully integrated program, meaning that we participate in the National Resident Matching Program for 4th-year medical students, and have two positions for 6 years of post-graduate training. Our trainees have access to the picturesque campus of Brown's Ivy League campus on the East Side of Providence, as well as the cultural amenities of a vibrant revitalized urban environment.
Our faculty is diverse, with specialized training and clinical/research interests in craniofacial, cosmetic, hand, microsurgery, wound healing, and general reconstruction. The clinical volume is varied and large, including the reconstructions that accompany a Level 1 trauma center and an ABA-accredited burn center.