Dr. Pribaz’s research and clinical interests are primarily in the area of general reconstructive and microvascular surgery focusing on the head and neck, breast, as well as, extremity reconstruction and more recently face and hand allotransplantation. Dr. Pribaz has been the author of over 130 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, over 50 book chapters and 140 other reviews, discussions and publications. He has served on the editorial board of 5 major plastic surgery journals. He is a member of numerous national/international surgical and plastic surgical societies, and has served on multiple committees. Dr. Pribaz has been the recipient of multiple awards and has delivered 38 named lectureships and keynote addresses, and has been a visiting professor/invited lecturer at over 170 national/international institutions and conferences. He has been course director and invited lecturer at many institutions, and has given over 760 presentations nationally/internationally.
Education & Training
- Surgery - Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
- Southern Illinois University - Plastic Surgery
- University of Melbourne St. Vincent's Hospital Medical School, Australia - MBBS
- Weinstein B, King KS, Triggs W, Harrington MA, Pribaz J. Bilobed Gracilis Flap: A Novel Alternative for Pelvic and Perineal Reconstruction. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2020 Jan.145(1):231-234. Pubmedid: 31592948.
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