Biomedical Engineering Virtual Seminar

November 16, 2020
November 16, 2020
Presenter: Boris Paskhover, M.D.
                  New Jersey Medical School                    
Topic: "Unique Challenges for Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgeons: Opportunities for Innovation"
 Time: 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Session Number: 120 120 7650
Password: Seminars

Dr. Paskhover graduated from the Honors College with a BA in Cell Biology & Neuroscience from Rutgers College ’07. Subsequently, I attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine and graduated AOA (Top tier of the medical school class) with an MD with distinction in research ’11. He was inducted in the Gold Humanism Honors Society in ’11 by my classmates for my approach to patients. He completed his internship and residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Yale ’16. He completed his facial plastic & reconstructive surgery fellowship and was an attending surgeon at NYU Langone ’17. The clinical expertise is in complex craniofacial reconstructions. He co-authored over 80 peer reviewed articles and 15 book chapters and lead multiple health care design projects including one currently venture capital back project with patent pending.

Dr. Paskhover has an academic appointment at Rutgers – NJMS with clinical appointments at St. Barnabas Medical Center as Chief of Facial Plastics & Reconstructive Surgery. Also, he has appointments at multiple other NJ based facilities and previously maintained an appointment at NYU Langone to be part of the fellowship training program. Currently he maintains credentialed with Bellevue Hospital in NYC for the NYU fellowship.

Dr. Paskhover directed the animal based and externally funded basic sciences projects in head and neck surgery. His current interests include: Surgical device design projects to improve efficiency in the operating room. Neuromodulation in the head and neck. Healthcare cost analysis. Repurposement of known medications for use in novel methods.

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