Dr. Marcus is Professor and Chief of Plastic Surgery at Duke University. He has been a member of the Rhinoplasty society since his days as a junior resident in Plastic surgery at Northwestern University. In the past 25 years, he has not missed a meeting. Dr. Marcus ascended the leadership ranks within the Rhinoplasty society and served as president in 2017. At Duke, he has a number of responsibilities in addition to his rhinoplasty practice. Among them include directorship of the Cleft and Craniofacial Program and a multidisciplinary facial paralysis team. His rhinoplasty practice includes a blend of largely cosmetic and also functional and congenital problems. Among the lectures that he often delivers as a visiting professor nationally and internationally include: 1) detailed management of the nasal tip with attention to projection, rotation, and shape. 2) management of the mid-vault and nasal obstruction. 3) cleft septorhinoplasty.
Dr. Marcus’ perspective on rhinoplasty education focuses on demystification of the operation. He’s active in both the Facial Plastic Surgery/Otolaryngology communities as well as the Plastic surgery societies. He is on the editorial boards of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery as well as Facial Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Medicine.
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