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Associate Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Co-Director, Center for Nerve Injury and Paralysis

Thomas H. Tung, MD, is an associate professor of surgery in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He earned his medical degree at the University of Maryland in Baltimore and completed a residency at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY. He went on to complete fellowships in plastic and reconstructive surgery at The Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore and in hand, microsurgery, and peripheral nerve surgery at Washington University School of Medicine.

Tung specializes in the repair and reconstruction of peripheral nerve injuries in the upper and lower extremities, face and neck; complex brachial plexus reconstructions; nerve transfers; compression neuropathies in the upper and lower extremities; nerve tumors; nerve transplantation for severe extremity injuries; and functional muscle transplantation for facial reanimation and upper and lower extremity functional reconstruction.