graduation dinner for three of the Johns Hopkins Plastic Surgery Department

Drs Eric Williams and Lee Dellon, of the Dellon Institute, hosted a graduation dinner for three of the Johns Hopkins Plastic Surgery Department Chief Residents at the Dellon’s home. Sitting around the table, from the 6 O’Clock position and going clockwise, are Luiann and Lee Dellon, Eric and Bethany Williams, Asley Broyles, Megan Tuffaha, Jen Son and Sashank Reddy, Justin Broyles, and Sami Tuffaha.
Bottom: Dr Dellon and Williams presented a graduation tie to each, representative of where each is going for the post-residency Fellowship. Dr. Broyles (white shirt) has the official tie of the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery for his Microsurgery Fellowship, Dr. Reddy has the tie of the American Association of Plastic Surgery, whose logo has the image of the first distant flap used for nasal reconstruction, for his Craniofacial Fellowship, and Dr Tuffaha has the tie of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve, for his Hand Surgery Fellowship (focusing on brachial plexus/nerve). This Drs Eric Williams and Lee Dellon, of the Dellon Institute, hosted a graduation dinner for three of the Johns Hopkins Plastic Surgery Department Chief Residents at the Dellon’s home. Sitting around the table, from the 6 O’Clock position and going clockwise, are Luiann and Lee Dellon, Eric and Bethany Williams, Asley Broyles, Megan Tuffaha, Jen Son and Sashank Reddy, Justin Broyles, and Sami Tuffaha.
Bottom: Dr Dellon and Williams presented a graduation tie to each, representative of where each is going for the post-residency Fellowship. Dr. Broyles (white shirt) has the official tie of the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery for his Microsurgery Fellowship, Dr. Reddy has the tie of the American Association of Plastic Surgery, whose logo has the image of the first distant flap used for nasal reconstruction, for his Craniofacial Fellowship, and Dr Tuffaha has the tie of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve, for his Hand Surgery Fellowship (focusing on brachial plexus/nerve). This time, created by Dr. Dellon in 1983 when he was the President of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve features the walking track of the rat, used to measure nerve function.time, created by Dr. Dellon in 1983 when he was the President of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve features the walking track of the rat, used to measure nerve function.
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