Edward M. Reece, MD, MBA
02 August 2019 (online)
I want to thank my colleague Dr. Reece for serving as guest editor for this issue of Seminars in Plastic Surgery on Biologics in Plastic Surgery. We also appreciate the efforts made by each outstanding author for contributing to this issue.
Edward M. Reece, MD, MBA, is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. He serves as the Chief of Adult Plastic Surgery—Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Reece received his MD from Case Western Reserve University and completed his postdoctoral fellowship training in general surgery and plastic surgery in the University of Texas at Southwestern Medical School. He has also completed a hand surgery fellowship at the University of Texas San Antonio and The Hand Center of San Antonio.
Combining technology and technique, Dr. Reece strives to elevate compassionate care with cutting-edge medical breakthroughs. He offers an advanced hand and reconstructive surgery options to children with injuries and congenital diseases, focusing on nerve surgery, free-tissue transfer, and progressive reconstructions. Dr. Reece's research interests focus on peripheral nerves and reconstructive surgery, and on telehealth as it relates to improving doctor–patient interactions and coordinating efficient care and affordable cost.