Duke has a long history of excellence in microsurgery and extremity salvage, and the Duke Division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery continues to innovate in the field for patients who need advanced reconstruction and repair.
The DataLab utilizes epidemiology, research-design principles, biostatistics, and computational data-science methods. Our clinical focus is on health and health care related to pediatric conditions, particularly congenital anomalies that require complex, multidisciplinary care.
The Duke Hand Transplantation Program is dedicated to basic, clinical, and translational research to advance our understanding of vascularized composite allotransplantation (VCA) and to improve patient outcomes following hand transplantation.
Findings from studies conducted in Duke's unique human fresh tissue laboratory are directly applicable to plastic surgery, orthopaedic sugery, hand surgery, and many other subspecialties.
The Peds-CMF Lab focuses on the study of anatomic and surgical aspects and outcomes related to various pediatric plastic surgical, craniofacial, and oral/maxillofacial conditions.