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ASPS September Webinar: Complex Perineal Reconstruction

Dr Simon G Talbot
Keynote Speaker at the Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

Growing up and completing medical school in New Zealand, a passion for “fixing things” led Simon Talbot to pursue training in reconstructive plastic surgery. Completing his training at the Harvard Combined Plastic Surgery Residency, he then undertook fellowship training in hand and microsurgery. This led him to an academic career where he is one of the pioneers of some of the most complex reconstructive operations including leading an uncommon upper extremity transplantation program. 

More than ten years on faculty at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School has seen him rise to the rank of Associate Professor, publish more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, more than 30 chapters and lay-press articles, present more than 120 local, national, and international lectures, and mentor and teach countless students and surgical trainees. His research in the area of extremity trauma and transplantation has earned funding from the National Institutes of Health and United States Department of Defense. 

Within hospital administration, Talbot has risen to an elected position of Co-chair of the Physicians’ Council – representing all hospital physicians on the Physician Organization Board.

Unphased by challenges, he has completed biannual surgical mission work in the Cook Islands, Kiribati, Rwanda, Malawi, Kenya, and Vietnam. 

Tuesday 5 September 2023 - Tuesday 5 September, 2023

ASPS September Webinar:

Complex Perineal Reconstruction

Guest Presenter: Assoc. Prof. Simon Talbot

Keynote Speaker at the Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

Tuesday 5th September 2023

8.00pm NSW/VIC/ACT | 7.30pm SA | 6:00pm WA | 8:00pm QLD

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