Awards

The Goldwyn Award

The Founders' Award

The Founders' Award

The Founders' Award

The Founders' Award

The Founders' Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Pap New Technology Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Goldwyn Award

Named and established in honor of Dr. Robert M. Goldwyn in a presentation to him at the 2009 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting, the Robert M. Goldwyn, M.D. Lifetime Achievement Award honors Dr. Goldwyn’s humor, kindness, wit, wisdom, and overall excellence in plastic surgery. Dr. Goldwyn’s career has served as an inspiration to plastic surgeons worldwide.


Of note, the 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting that took place in Dr. Goldwyn’s home city of Boston, and where this prestigious award was established, would turn out to be the last plastic surgery annual meeting that Dr. Goldwyn attended before leaving us on March 23, 2010.


The award recognizes extraordinary contributions to patients, students, and plastic surgeons, is to be given to a plastic surgeon deemed by the Executive Council of the New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Inc., to be an individual who has demonstrated Outstanding Care of plastic surgery patients, has made Significant Contributions to plastic surgery, and has demonstrated the Humanistic Qualities exemplified by Dr. Goldwyn.


This award is not necessarily awarded annually.


 

2018   Manchester Village, VT

         Joseph Upton, M.D.


2016   Bretton Woods, NH

         Mark B. Constantian, M.D.


2015   Westbrook, CT

         Stephan Ariyan, M.D.


2014   Sebasco Estates, ME

         Phillip B. Stoddard, M.D.


2013   Newport, RI

         Armand D. Versaci, M.D.


2010   Hancock, MA

         Stephen V. Flagg, M.D.


The Goldwyn Award

The Goldwyn Award

The Founders' Award

Formerly known as the Best Paper Award

The Founders’ Award is given for the best seven-minute paper presented by an Active Member of the New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Inc., who is in good standing.


To be eligible for the award, the presenter must be presenting work for which he or she was the principal investigator, and is expected to be the first author if the paper is eventually published in any format.


The paper must not have been previously published or previously presented, wholly or in part, at a national meeting.


2019   Newport, RI -

Mark B. Constantian, MD  ~

for his paper entitled “Fat Grafting As An Adjunctive Procedure in Revision Rhinoplasty: A Preliminary Series”


2017   North Falmouth, MA -

Deepak Narayan, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Back To The Future – A New England Tale”


2016   Bretton Woods, NH -

William G. Austen, Jr., MD ~

for his paper entitled “Invention in Plastic Surgery” Lessons from the NESPRS”


2015   Westbrook, CT -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Prevalence and Manifestations of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Secondary Rhinoplasty Patients”


2014   Sebasco Estates, ME -

Eric C. Liao, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Closing the Gap on Orofacial Cleft: A Genetics Primer for the Plastic Surgeon”


2013   Newport, RI -

Paul Y. Liu, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Changes in Molecular Profiles and Morphological Characteristics Associated with Wound Contraction and Closure of the Wound Healing in Diabetic Mice”


2012   Woodstock, VT -

Arin K. Greene, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Experimental Comparison of Cranial Particulate Bone Graft, rhBMP-2, and Split Cranial Bone Graft for Inlay Cranioplasty”


2011   Brewster, MA -

Gary J. Price, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Switched Lips, Radium, and Stone Age Tools; Robert Abbe and New England”


2010   Hancock, MA -

Mitchell A. Stotland, MD ~

for his paper entitled “The Effect of Facial Paralysis on the Central Processing of Facial Expressions of Emotion”


2009   Boston, MA -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “What Motivates Secondary Rhinoplasty Patients?”


2008   Manchester Village, VT -

Jeffrey Weinzweig, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Analysis of Frontal and Orbital Osteotomy Fixation Using a Novel Adhesive Resorbable Plating System for Craniofacial Reconstruction”


2007   Newport, RI -

E. Dale Collins, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Comprehensive Approach to Immediate TRAM Reconstruction”


2006   New Castle, NH -

Sumner A. Slavin, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Scar Lymphedema: Fact or Fiction?”


2005   Mystic, CT -

Carolyn L. Kerrigan, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Models for Shared Consultations in a Plastic Surgery Practice: Increasing Quality and Efficiency”


2004   Lenox, MA -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Narrow Middle Vault and Untreated Alar Cartilage Malposition: The Face of Secondary Rhinoplasty Today”


2003   Plymouth, MA -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “The Boxy Tip, The Ball Tip, and Alar Cartilage Malposition: Variations on a Theme”


2002   Manchester Village, VT -

Gary J. Price, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Mythology, Medicine for the Plastic Surgeon”


2001   Mystic, CT -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Personality Characteristics of 200 Consecutive Secondary Rhinoplasty Patients: From “Normal” to Body Dysmorphic Disorder”


2000   Laconia, NH -

Mark B. Constantian, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Variations and Use of Composite Grafts for Nostril and Airway Reconstructions: Experience in 86 Secondary and Tertiary Rhinoplasty Patients”


1999   Newport, RI -

Sumner A. Slavin, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Long-Term Aesthetic Results Following Reconstruction Breast Conservation Deformities”


1998   Chatham, MA -

Sumner A. Slavin, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Transaxillary Endoscopic Subpectoral Augmentation Mammoplasty: Avoiding Pitfalls in Patient Selection and Technique”


 

The Founders' Award

The Founders' Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Joseph E. Murray, M.D. Award is given for the best seven-minute paper presented by a medical student, resident, or fellow (clinical or research) in good standing at an approved New England plastic surgery training program from July 1 to June 30 of the current fiscal year.


To be eligible for the award, the presenter must be presenting work for which he or she was the principal investigator, and is expected to be the first author if the paper is eventually published in any format.


The paper must not have been previously published or previously presented, wholly or in part, at a national meeting.


 


2019   Newport, RI -

Alannah L. Phelan, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Rethinking Farkas” Updating Cephalic Index Norms In a Diverse Urban Patient Population”


2018   Manchester Village, VT -

Jeremy A. Goss, MD ~

for his paper entitled “MAP2K1 Mutations in Arteriovenous Malformations are Enriched in Blood Vessels and Activate the RAS/MAPK Pathway”


2017   North Falmouth, MA -

Joseph A. Ricci, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction and the Timing of Adjuvant Radiotherapy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Surgical Outcomes”


2016   Bretton Woods, NH -

Robert N. Goldstone, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Photochemical Tissue Passivation Attenuates Intimal Hyperplasia in an Arteriovenous Fistula Model”


2015   Westbrook, CT -

Saiqa I. Khan, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Prevention of Vein Intimal Hyperplasia with Photochemical Tissue Passivation in a Porcine Model”


Irving T. C. Ling, MBBS, MRCSEd ~

for his paper entitled “Identification of Mandibular Growth Center via Clonal Cell Analysis”


2014   Sebasco Estates, ME -

Neil Fairbairn, MD ~

for his paper entitled “The Application of Photochemical Tissue Bonding for Large Deficit Nerve Repair”


2013   Newport, RI -

Joanna H. Ng, MD ~

for her paper entitled “A Novel Imaging Technique for Evaluation Axonal Regeneration After Peripheral Nerve Transection in a Rodent Model”


Harry M. Salinas, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Photochemical Tissue Passivation for Prevention of Vein Graft Intimal Hyperplasia”


2012   Woodstock, VT -

Daniel Maman, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Immediate Single-Stage Implant Reconstruction Using Absorbable Mesh”


2011   Brewster, MA –

Chad R. Gordon, DO ~

for his paper entitled “Osteocutaneous Maxillofacial Composite Tissue Allotransplantation: A Novel Cadaver Study Applying Orthognathic Principles and Practice”


2010   Hancock, MA -

Florian Hackl, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Transplantation of Small Skin Pieces Increase Healing in Diabetic Pigs”


2009   Boston, MA -

Francis P. Henry, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Augmenting Microsurgical Neurrorhaphy Using a Photochemical Technique, Improving Electrical and Histological Outcomes:


Anup Patel, MD, MBA ~

for his paper entitled “The Cost Effectiveness of Mohs Micrographic Surgery Versus Surgical Excision”


2008   Manchester Village, VT -

Pejman Aflaki, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Ethical Issues in Partial Face Transplantation: Donor-Recipient Match and Identity Changes”


John T. Nguyen, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Mitigation of Ischemia Reperfusion Injury with a Peptide that Specifically Binds to Natural Antibody in a Murine Island Skin Flap Model”


2007   Newport, RI -

Francis P. Henry, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Real Time In Vivo Imaging of Neural Microarchitecture Including Individual Axons and Myelination with Coherent Anti-stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) Microscopy”


2006   New Castle, NH -

Anne C. O’Neill, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Photochemical Sealing Improves Outcome Following Peripheral Neurorrhaphy”


2005   Mystic, CT -

Amir Taghinia, MD ~

for his paper entitled “The Use of Distraction-Lengthening in Children With Radial Dysplasia”


2004   Lenox, MA -

John M. Mesa, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Alternative Tissue Engineered Constructs for Upper and Lower Extremity Arthroplasty”


2003   Plymouth, MA -

John M. Mesa, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Capacity of Swine Mesenchymal Stem Cells (sMSC) to Differentiate into Mesenchymal Lineages in Vitro”


2002   Manchester Village, VT -

Henry C. Hsia, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Synergy in the Effects of Enternal Growth Factors on Melanocytes In Co-Culture with Keratinocytes”


2001   Mystic, CT -

Henry C. Hsia, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Differences in Breast Shape Preferences Between Plastic Surgeons and Patients Seeking Breast Augmentation”


2000   Laconia, NH -

David W. Mathes, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Tolerance to Musculoskeletal Allografts with Skin”


1999   Newport, RI -

David W. Mathes, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Recipient Bone Marrow Engraftment in Donor Tissue Following Long-Term Tolerance to a Hemopoietic Musculoskeletal Allograft”


1998   Chatham, MA -

Katherine D. Hein, MD ~

for her paper entitled “Venous Malformations of Skeletal Muscle”


1997   Woodstock, VT -

Noritaka Isogai, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Tissue Engineered Small Joint”


1995   Boston, MA -

Gregory A. Turowski, MD ~

for his paper entitled “The Long-Term Results of Surgical Treatment of Trigger Finger”


1994   Mystic, CT -

Peter E. M. Butler, MD ~

for his paper entitled “A Cellular Model of Composite Tissue Transplantation”


1993   Newport, RI -

Keith T. Paige, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Injectible Cartilage”


Peter M. Vogt, MD ~

for his paper entitled “Genetically Engineered Keratinocytes Express Human Growth Hormone During Wound Healing”

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Joseph E. Murray Resident Award

The Pap New Technology Award

The Stephen and Holly Pap New Technology Award was established in the fall of 2013.  The Award will be given, from time to time, to the paper that most shows how NEW medical technology contributed directly to patient care and, in Dr. Pap’s words, “made it possible to work more efficiently and creatively, as it pertains to database management, to office personnel networking, to image-photography documentation, to surgical procedures, to patient monitoring and physical diagnosis, or more.”


The Stephen and Holly Pap New Technology Award can apply to any Long Paper (7 minutes), even if the paper is selected for the Murray Competition Award or the Founders’ Award.  After review by the Program Chair and his/her Program Committee, the paper must have been determined to fulfill the criteria established by Dr. Pap.  The recipient of The Stephen and Holly Pap New Technology Award will receive a monetary award, funded by Hands Across The World, which was founded by Dr. Stephen A. Pap (1963 – 2013) in 2003.


This award is not necessarily awarded annually.

 

2018   Manchester Village, VT  - 

Lohrasb Ross Sayadi, MD  ~

for his paper entitled “Projected Stencils in Plastic Surgery”


2016   Bretton Woods, NH  - 

A. Samandar Dowlatshahi, MD  ~

for his paper entitled “Continuous Telemonitoring of Flap Physiology in Free Tissue Transfer Using Artificial Intelligence: Prototype and Proof of Concept”


2015   Westbrook, CT  - 

Christopher D. Hughes, MD, MPH  ~

for his paper entitled “Remote Digital Preoperative Assessments for Cleft Lip and Palate May Improve Clinical and Cost Effectiveness for Global Plastic Surgery”

The Pap New Technology Award

The Pap New Technology Award

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