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Philip D. Wey, MD, FACS

Voted one of the region’s “Best Doctors” by New York Magazine and one of the nation’s top breast surgeons by Redbook Magazine, Dr. Wey is consistently recognized as one of the best plastic surgeons in the New Jersey/New York Castle Connolly Medical Guide. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has acknowledged his skills as a leader as well as a notable author and lecturer.

The value he places on his patients’ individual goals, combined with excellent judgment, surgical artistry, and modern technology have placed Dr. Wey in the forefront of his specialty. The results and countless referrals from his patients and colleagues speak for themselves. Dr. Wey’s specialties include cosmetic surgery, breast surgery, liposuction and body contouring.

Dr. Wey was educated at prestigious Brown University and Dartmouth Medical School and completed his rigorous plastic surgery training at New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center and NYU. He also completed a special fellowship in breast surgery at Memorial Sloan-Kettering in New York. Dr. Wey is board certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has been appointed a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and sits on the Advisory Council for Plastic Surgery of the American College of Surgeons.

Awards & Press

Curriculum Vitae

2001-present — PLASTIC SURGERY ARTS New Brunswick and Princeton, NJ – Partner
2001-present — UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJClinical Associate Professor of Surgery – Attending Surgeon, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

1982-1986 — BROWN UNIVERSITY Providence, RIDARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL Hanover, NH
M.D. Brown-Dartmouth Program in Medicine
1978-82 — BROWN UNIVERSITY Providence, RIA.B. Biology, A.B. English

1993NEW YORK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

  • Fellow in Microsurgery, Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

1992 — MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER New York, NY Fellow in –

  • Breast Reconstruction and Microsurgery

1991-92 — THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

1990-91 — THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

1987-90 — NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY – MCGAW MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL

  • Resident in General Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital

1986-87 — NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY – MCGAW MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL

  • Intern in General Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital

1995UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS – SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER Dallas, TX

  • Cutaneous Laser Surgery: Cosmetic and Reconstructive Applications

2001-present — UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJ

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery

2000 — UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJ

  • Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery

1993-2000 — UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJ

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery

1993NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE New York, NY

  • Clinical Instructor of Surgery (Plastic Surgery)

1991-92 — CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE New York, NY

  • Senior Clinical Associate in Surgery

1990-91 — CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE New York, NY

  • Clinical Associate in Surgery

THE CANCER INSTITUTE OF NEW JERSEY New Brunswick, NJ

1994-present — Member, Women’s Health, Treatment, Research, and Prevention Program
1994-present — Member, New Jersey Comprehensive Breast Care Center
1994-2000 — Member, Melanoma, and Soft Tissue Tumor Study Group

ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL New Brunswick, NJ

1998-2000 — Director of Breast Surgery (Plastic)
1993-2000 — Director of Reconstructive Microsurgery

1993-present — ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL New Brunswick, NJ

  • Attending Surgeon, Division of Plastic Surgery

1997-present — ST. PETER’S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL New Brunswick, NJ

  • Courtesy Attending Surgeon, Division of Plastic Surgery
  • Active Member, Cares Center for Ambulatory Resources

1997-presentUNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON Princeton, NJ

  • Courtesy Attending Surgeon, Division of Plastic Surgery

1994-present — THE CANCER INSTITUTE OF NEW JERSEY New Brunswick, NJ

  • Member and Consulting Surgeon in Plastic Surgery

1993NEW YORK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

  • Fellow in Microsurgery, Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
  • Clinical Assistant Attending Surgeon, Bellevue Hospital Center

1992 — MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER New York, NY

  • Fellow in Microsurgery and Breast Reconstruction, Division of Plastic Surgery

1991-92 — THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

  • Surgeon, Division of Plastic Surgery

1990-91 — THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER New York, NY

  • Assistant Surgeon, Division of Plastic Surgery

1987-90 — NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY – MCGAW MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL

  • Resident in General Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital

1986-87 — NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY – MCGAW MEDICAL CENTER Chicago, IL

  • Intern in General Surgery, Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery #5017, iss. 11/22/96
  • National Board of Medical Examiners #332380, iss. 7/1/87
  • New Jersey #MA059475, iss. 7/1/93
  • New York #181836, iss. 4/4/90DEA #BW3180926, iss. 9/24/93CDS #D063111, iss. 7/1/94
  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • American College of Surgeons American Medical Association
  • Plastic Surgery Research Council
  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Princeton University Chapter (inactive)
  • Regional Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS

2007-present — Editorial Board, Plastic Surgery News

Leadership Programs:
2008 — Pathways to Leadership – Chicago, IL, and Phoenix, AZ
2002 — Leadership Development Retreat – Dallas, TX
1999Young Plastic Surgeons Leadership Development – Jackson Hole, WY
2002-03 — CPT/RUC Committee

Board Representation:
2001-03 — American College of Surgeons, Advisory Council for Plastic Surgery
1998-2003 — Marketing Committee

Young Plastic Surgeons Committee:
2001-03 — ACS Advisory Council Representative
1999-2002 — Steering Committee, Plastic Surgical Educational Foundation Vice Chair
1996-99 — Steering Committee, Research Vice Chair
1995-96Education Subcommittee
1994-95 — Medical Student Education Subcommittee
2000-02 — Bylaws Committee
2000-02 — Joint Outcomes Task Force
2001-02 — “TOPS” Champion
1996-98 — ASKPEERS Committee
1997 — Teller, Annual Business Meeting, San Francisco, CA

PLASTIC SURGICAL EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

In-Service Examination Educational Assessment Committee:
2007-present — Aesthetic and Breast Subcommittee, Chair
2004-07 — Comprehensive (Integument) Subcommittee, Chair
1997-2004 — Aesthetic and Breast Subcommittee
1994-97 — Integument Subcommittee
2006-07 — Nominating Committee
1999-2005Development Committee
2002-04 — Honors Committee

Young Plastic Surgeons Committee:
2001-03 — ACS Advisory Council Representative
1999-2002 — Steering Committee, Plastic Surgical Educational Foundation Vice Chair
1996-99 — Steering Committee, Research Vice Chair
2000-03 — Marketing Committee
1999-2002Board of Directors
2001-02 — Scientific Program Committee
2001-02 — Task Force on Honorary Recognition
2000-02 — Bylaws Committee, Chair
2000-02 — Joint Outcomes Task Force
2002 — “TOPS” Champion
2000-01 — Task Force on Web-Based Education
1996-2000 — Research Grants Committee Resident Information Committee

THE PLASTIC SURGERY RESEARCH COUNCIL

2004-05 — Scientific Program Committee

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR PLASTIC SURGERY

2003-present — Jacques W. Maliniac Circle

AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY

2005 — Oral Board Guest Examiner

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS

2001-03 — Advisory Council for Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery
1997 — Breast Disease Curriculum, consultant

UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJ

Office of Student Affairs
2000-02 — Elective Advisor, Class of 2002
2000-01 — Advisor, Class of 2004

Office of Admissions
1999-2002 — Admissions Committee – re-elected position
1997-99 — Admissions Committee – elected position
1994-95 — Recruitment – appointed position

Department of Surgery
1999-2000 — Division of Surgical Education: Case-Based Learning tutorials, Co-Coordinator
1993-2000 — House Officer selection
1998-99 — Surgical Education Committee: A+P Subcommittee, Mentorship Subcommittee
1996-97 — Excellence in Teaching Awards, Nominating Subcommittee Office of the Dean
1997 — Strategic Planning Committee – participant: “Education, Research, and Resources: Developing a Plan for the 21st Century”, Warren, NJ

UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON Princeton, NJ

2003-present — Medical Advisory Board, Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center
2005-07Public Relations Committee
2002-03Public Relations Committee

BROWN UNIVERSITY Providence, RI

1984-86 — Medical Student Senate and Judiciary Board
1984-86 — Medical Student Delegate, American Medical Association
1982-86 — Brown-Dartmouth Program in Medicine – liaison
1978-82 — Medical Education Program Curriculum Committee

UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL New Brunswick, NJ

Graduate Medical Education (Fellow)
2006-present — Plastic Surgery preceptor, Breast Surgery Fellowship, Cancer Institute of New Jersey

Graduate Medical Education (Resident)
2000-01 — Representative for plastic surgery education, Department of Pediatrics
1993-2000 — Plastic Surgery preceptor, Department of Surgery
1993-2000 — Session Coordinator: Aesthetic Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery; Department of Surgery

Undergraduate Medical Education (Student)
2000-01 — Clinical and Professional Correlates Residency Interviewing Workshop – advisor
1999-2000 — Co-Coordinator, Case-Based Learning tutorials
1999-2000 — Valentine Mott Surgery Society – preceptor
1993-99 — Plastic Surgery tutorial – preceptor
1993-99 — Session Coordinator: Surgical Skills; Facial Fractures; Reconstructive Surgery
1993-99Student Grand Rounds – preceptor

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS

1997 — UMDNJ – ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL Camden, NJ
Division of Plastic Surgery

INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

2001 — AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS
Multimedia computerized presentations for education.
70th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 3-7, 2001
2000 — AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGEONS
Multimedia computerized presentations for education.
69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, October 14-18, 2000

PROFESSIONAL

2009

  • Top Beauty Doctors, NJ Savvy Living

2008

2007

  • Best Doctors ’07, New York Magazine
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Top NJ Cosmetic Surgeons, NJ Savvy Living

2006

  • Best Doctors ’06, New York Magazine
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Top NJ Beauty Docs, NJ Savvy Living
  • 2005 Best Doctors, New York Magazine
  • America’s Cosmetic Doctors and Dentists, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

2004

  • America’s Cosmetic Doctors and Dentists, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Best Doctors, New York Magazine
  • Top Cosmetic Doctors, New Jersey Life
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Top Doctors for Women’s Health, New Jersey Life2003 America’s Cosmetic Doctors and Dentists, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

2002

2001

  • America’s Top Doctors: Breast Cancer Specialists, Redbook Magazine
  • Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

2000

  • UMDNJ Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award Nominee
  • Best Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

1999Best Doctors: New York Metro Area, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.
1986 — Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Brown University Chapter

EDUCATIONAL

1985-86 — Hispanic Asian Native-American (HANA) Scholar, The United Methodist Church
1982-83 — Buckby Medical Scholar, Sigma Chi Fraternity
1982-83 — Charles River District Medical Society Scholar, Waltham, MA

CIVIC

1984 — Honorary citizen, Mao, Dominican Republic
1982 — Class marshal, Brown University

Interviewed in From Reconstruction to Renewal, Princeton Magazine, October 2014

PRINCETON PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION Princeton, NJ
2007Host, Friends of the Library winter-spring cultivation event

HOPEWELL INVESTORS Princeton, NJ
2008-10 — Vice President
2007-present — Member

ARTS COUNCIL OF PRINCETON Princeton, NJ
2005 — Gala Volunteer and Host, Dining By Design

NASSAU PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Princeton, NJ
2007 — “Sacred Spaces” Working Group
2003 — Liturgist
2003 — Task Force on Christian Education
2002-04 — Moderator, Children’s Education Committee
2001-05 — Children’s Education Committee
2001-04Board of Trustees
2001-04 — Member of Session
2001 — Ordained Elder, Presbyterian Church the USA
1997-2000Board of Deacons

MEDICAL SERVICE
2003-present — Medical Advisory Board, Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center, Princeton, NJ
2002-04 — Doctors for the Cure, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
1998-2005 — Breast Cancer Resource Center of the YWCA, Princeton, NJ
1993-99New Jersey Breast Cancer Coalition, New Brunswick, NJ

BROWN UNIVERSITY Providence, RI
2007 — Brown Annual Fund Leader, Provost’s Circle
2006-present — Brown Club of Central New Jersey
1996-present — Brown Alumni Schools Committee
1990-95National Alumni Schools Program

FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Chicago, IL
1989-90Board of Deacons
1989 — Ordained Deacon, Presbyterian Church the USA

CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY MEDICAL GROUP MISSIONS Richardson, TX
1986 — Project member: Alexandria, Jamaica
1984 — Project member: Mao, Dominican Republic

COMMUNITY OUTREACH
1983-84 — Instructor, American Sign Language, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1983 — Staff counselor, American School for the Deaf summer program, Salisbury, CT
1981-82 — Brown Community Outreach – Rhode Island School of the Deaf, Providence, RI

SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY Evanston, IL
1979-present — Life Member
1985-86Board of Directors, Beta Nu Chapter

ATHLETICS
1980 — Marathon runner, Boston, and New York City Marathons
1978-80 — Brown University crew

SETTLEMENT INSTITUTIONS OF APPALACHIA Berea, KY
1978 — Project member: Red Bird Mission, Beverly, KY

GRANTS AND STUDIES

Principal Investigator
Effects of laminin, bFGF, and type I collagen on keratinocyte ASMP behavior. $5,000 direct costs, Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation, 1994-952.

Co-Investigator
Artificial Sharpie’s fibers and neotendons: osteointegration of tendon-hydroxyapatite composites. $4,300 direct costs, American Association for Hand Surgery, 1995-973.

Principal Investigator
Improved durability of in-vitro derived epidermis treated with peroxisome proliferators. $5,000 direct costs, Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation, 1996-984.

Investigator
Mentor adjunct study for silicone gel-filled mammary prosthesis. Mentor Corporation, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 2004-present

PUBLICATION SERVICE

1991 — Oncology Reviewer
1996 — Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Reviewer
1999-2000 — Cancer Research Reviewer
2007-present — Plastic Surgery News Editorial Board

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Original Articles

  • Wey PD, Lotz MJ, Triedman LJ.Oral cancer in women nonusers of tobacco and alcohol. Cancer 60:1644-1650, 1987.
  • Wey PD, Casas LA, Lewis VL.Buried inferiorly based gluteus maximus flap for reconstruction of large recurrent ischial pressure sores. Ann Plast Surg 24:283-288, 1990.
  • Wey PD, Chaglassian T.The Handel article reviewed. Handel N. Current status of breast reconstruction after mastectomy. Oncology 5:73-92, 1991.
  • Richardson EF, Wey PD, Hoffman LA.Surgical management of syndactyly. JAVMA 205:1149-1151, 1994.
  • Wey PD, Neidich JA, Hoffman LA, LaTrenta GS.Midline defects of the oral-facial-digital syndrome type VI (Varadi syndrome). Cleft Palate-Craniofacial J 31:397-400, 1994.
  • Wey PD, Hidalgo DA, Borah GL.Reconstruction of extensive scalp defects with rectus free flaps. Ann Plast Surg 4:281-287, 1995.
  • Borah GL, Wey PD, Bauer G, Hammond J.Maxillofacial trauma: the impact of automotive airbag use on incidence and injury patterns. Plast Surg Forum 18:56-58, 1995.
  • Borah GL, Wey PD, Bauer G, Hammond J.The impact of airbags on facial trauma. Surg Forum 46:633-635, 1995.
  • Wey PD, Heistein JB, Borah GL.Immediate breast reconstruction in the high-risk adjuvant setting. Ann Plast Surg 38:342-344, 1997.
  • Wey PD.Invited review. Nordström REA, ed. Tissue Expansion. Boston, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1996. Plast Reconstr Surg 101:854, 1998.
  • Wey PD, De La Cruz C, Goydos JS, Choi ML, Borah GL.Sentinel lymph node mapping in melanoma of the ear. Ann Plast Surg 40:506-509, 1998.
  • Choi ML, Wey PD, Borah GL.Pediatric peripheral neuropathy in Proteus syndrome. Ann Plast Surg 40:528-532, 1998.
  • Rankin M, Borah GL, Perry AW, Wey PD.Quality-of-life outcomes in cosmetic surgery. Plast Reconstr Surg 102:2139-2147, 1998.
  • Borah GL, Rankin M, Wey PD.Psychological complications in 281 plastic surgery practices. Plast Reconstr Surg 104:1241-1246, 1999.
  • Ly DP, Rumalla VK, Wey PD.Aesthetic breast reconstruction after radiation therapy. Plast Surg Forum 24, 2001.
  • Chang EI, Ly DP, Rumalla VK, Wey PD.Comparison of aesthetic breast reconstruction after skin-sparing or conventional mastectomy in patients receiving preoperative radiation therapy. Ann Plast Surg 59:78-81, 2007.
  • Rumalla VK, Chang EI, Ly DP, Wey PD.Clinical algorithm for the management of breast cancer in patients undergoing reduction mammoplasty. submitted for publication.

Books and Book Chapters

  • Wey PD.Breast reconstruction. In: Hait WN, August DA, Haffty BG, eds. Expert Consultations in Breast Cancer. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker Inc; 1999;8:63-68.
  • Wey PD.Factors relevant to decision-making for breast reconstruction. In: Hait WN, August DA, Haffty BG, eds. Expert Consultations in Breast Cancer. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker Inc; 1999; H.13.2:409-411.
  • Wey PD.Breast reconstruction in a poor-prognosis patient. In: Hait WN, August DA, Haffty BG, eds. Expert Consultations in Breast Cancer. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker Inc; 1999; H.13.4:414-415.
  • Wey PD.The Young Plastic Surgeons Guide to Research. Plastic Surgery Research Directory, 2nd Ed. Electronic format. Arlington Hts., IL: Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation; 1999.
  • Prieto NM, Wey PD.Skin and soft tissues. In: Lowry SF, ed. Learning Surgery. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.; 2005;30:527-548.

Scientific Presentations

  • Wey PD, Neidich JA, Hoffman LA, LaTrenta GS.Midline defects of the oral-facial-digital syndrome type VI (Varadi syndrome). Abstract. American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association 50th Anniversary Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, April 19-24, 1993
  • Shriver CD, Wey PD, Hidalgo DA, Shah JP.Reconstruction of complex maxillofacial defects using free tissue transfer. Abstract. American Society for Head and Neck Surgery 35th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, April 20, 1993.
  • Wey PD, Hidalgo DA, Borah GL.Reconstruction of extensive scalp defects with rectus free flaps. Abstract. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 11th Annual Meeting, Québec City, Québec, Canada, October 12-15, 1994
  • Wey PD, Hidalgo DA, Borah GL.Reconstruction of extensive scalp defects with rectus free flaps. Poster. American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery 10th Anniversary Meeting, Marco Island, FL, January 12-14, 1995
  • Aneskievich BJ, Wey PD, Borah GL.Peroxisome proliferators enhance epidermal keratinocyte differentiation. Abstract. Plastic Surgery Research Council 40th Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 17-20, 1995
  • Wey PD, Hidalgo DA, Borah GL.Reconstruction of extensive scalp defects with rectus free flaps. Poster. The Cancer Institute of New Jersey 3rd Annual Scientific Retreat, Princeton, NJ, June 1, 1995.
  • Wey PD, Borah GL, Bauer GJ.Maxillofacial trauma: impact of automotive airbag use on incidence and injury patterns. Abstract. American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Montréal, Québec, Canada, October 7-11, 1995
  • Borah GL, Wey PD, Bauer GJ, Hammond JS.The impact of airbags on facial trauma. Abstract. American College of Surgeons 81st Annual Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA, October 22-27, 1995
  • Wey PD, Borah GL, Bauer GJ.The impact of airbags on facial trauma. Abstract. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 12th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 2-4, 1995
  • Gazi MA, Benton LD, Borah GL, Wey PD.”Flesh-eating” bacteria: the management of severe necrotizing infections. Poster. American Association of Physicians from India Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, July 5, 1996.
  • Wey PD, Pins GD, Heistein JB, Borah GL, Aneskievich BJ.Fibroblast attachment, proliferation, and migration on type I collagen fibers. Abstract. Plastic Surgery Research Council 41st Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, June 1-4, 1996.
  • Wey PD, Heistein JB, Borah GL.Immediate breast reconstruction in the high-risk adjuvant setting. Abstract. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 13th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 11-13, 1996.
  • Borah GL, Wey PD, Christensen D, Choi M.Artificial sharpie’s fibers and neotendons: osteointegration of tendon-hydroxyapatite composites. Abstract. American Association for Hand Surgery 27th Annual Meeting, Boca Raton, FL, January 8-11, 1997.
  • Borah GL, Rankin M, Perry AW, Wey PD.Cosmetic surgery improves quality of life. Abstract. American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 30th Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 2-7, 1997.
  • De La Cruz C, Goydos JS, Borah GL, Wey PD.Sentinel lymph node mapping in melanoma of the ear. Abstract. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 14th Annual Meeting, Southampton, Bermuda, October 27-29, 1997
  • Granick MS, Wey PD.Scientific session: microsurgery, trunk reconstruction. Co-Moderator. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 14th Annual Meeting, Southampton, Bermuda, October 27-29, 1997
  • Borah GL, Rankin M, Wey PD.Psychological complications in 281 plastic surgery practices. Abstract. American Association of Plastic Surgeons 77th Annual Meeting, Montréal, Québec, Canada, May 17-20, 1998
  • Samra SA, Zavodsky J, Slavin SA, Wey PD.Scientific session: plastic surgery. What’s new in breast cancer diagnosis, surgery, and reconstruction. Panelist. American College of Surgeons, New Jersey Chapter 47th Annual Meeting, Long Branch, NJ, December 5, 1998.
  • Borah GL, Rankin M, Perry AW, Wey PD.Quality of life outcomes after cosmetic surgery. Abstract. International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery 12th Congress, San Francisco, CA, June 27 – July 2, 1999.
  • Brandt KE, et. al.Multimedia computerized presentations for education. Instructional Course. American Society of Plastic Surgeons 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, October 14-18, 2000
  • Brandt KE, et. al.Multimedia computerized presentations for education. Instructional Course. American Society of Plastic Surgeons 70th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 3-7, 2001
  • Ly DP, Rumalla VK, Wey PD.Aesthetic breast reconstruction after radiation therapy. Abstract. American Society of Plastic Surgeons 70th Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 3-7, 2001
  • Wey PD, Lowenstein AD.Plastic surgery cases: fresh perspectives and established experience. Co-Moderator. American Society of Plastic Surgeons Plastic Surgery 2003, San Diego, CA, October 25-29, 2003
  • Calianos TA, Contogiannis MA, Wey PD, White DJ.Fresh Faces, Real Cases. Panelist. American Society of Plastic Surgeons Plastic Surgery 2004, Philadelphia, PA, October 9-13, 2004
  • Wey PD.Fresh Faces, Real Cases: A Complication Survival Guide. Moderator. American Society of Plastic Surgeons Plastic Surgery 2005, Chicago, IL, September 24-28, 2005

Invited Lectures and Public Seminars


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