Photo: Dr. Jeffrey Marcus, Professor and Chief, Division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery, and Dr. Brett Phillips, Assistant Professor of Surgery
The Duke Division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery welcomes back former resident Brett T. Phillips, MD, MBA, as a new faculty member. Dr. Phillips was a resident in the Plastic and Reconstructive Residency Program from 2014–2017. He now joins the division as Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate Program Director for the residency program.
Dr. Phillips is board certified in general surgery. He recently completed his fellowship in microvascular reconstructive surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center. He earned his medical degree from Stony Brook University where he also completed his general surgery residency and went on to receive his Master of Business Administration degree.
His clinical interests include complex oncologic microsurgical reconstruction from head to toe (head & neck, breast, orthopedic and skin malignancies). Additionally, he has an interest in both dynamic and static facial reanimation procedures for adult and pediatric patients.
His research interests include clinical outcomes in plastic surgery, standardization of definitions and outcome reporting in plastic surgery, prediction and prevention of skin necrosis using minimally invasive technologic and pharmacologic adjuncts, in addition to quantitative and qualitative tissue perfusion analysis.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Phillips back to Duke!