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PRS Grand Rounds- Rhinoplasty: The Dynamics of Tip Rotation, Projection, and Shape

  • Creator:   PRS Grand Rounds
  • Updated:   3/28/2019
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These articles complement the PRS Grand Rounds Facebook Live Lecture and Q&A on “Rhinoplasty: The Dynamics of Tip Rotation, Projection, and Shape" by Jeffrey R. Marcus, MD, held on March 26 at 8 pm CST on Facebook.com/PRSJournal.




Jeffrey R. Marcus, MD is Chief of the Division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery at Duke University, where he is also a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics. Prior to coming to Duke, Dr. Marcus completed his medical degree at the University of Michigan, plastic surgery training at Northwestern University, and his fellowship in pediatric and craniofacial surgery at the University of Toronto Sick Kids. He currently serves as the Director of the Duke Cleft & Craniofacial Center and is the immediate past President of The Rhinoplasty Society. His clinical interests include cleft nasal deformity, facial reanimation, and rhinoplasty. He was recently awarded an NIH R01 award to study computational fluid dynamics of the unilateral cleft nasal deformity.