The Rhinoplasty Society Visiting Professor

Jeffrey Marcus, MD - Durham NC

Available Fall 2022 until April, 2023

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.

If your organization is interested in taking advantage of this great opportunity, please click on the link to download the Traveling Professor Request Form. Once completed, please email to Jeanie Hodges at [email protected]. Upon approval and availability you will be contacted.

**Please note – Travel is limited to the U.S. only.