- Douglas Steinbrech
Douglas Steinbrech, M.D. is a fully trained
plastic surgeon, Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeonsunder the American Board of Medical Specialties. Dr. Steinbrech specializes in facial rejuvenation, eye [lid surgery, nose surgery, liposculpture, breast augmentation, reduction, and lifting, and tummy tucks.
He has been selected as one of America’s Top Plastic Surgeons by the
Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Dr. Steinbrech underwent 8 years of surgical training at New York University in General Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive surgery. He was trained in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the prestigious NYU Institute of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This included training at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital by the icons of the later part of the 20th century including mentors McCarthy, Aston, Baker, Tabbal, and Pittman.
Dr. Steinbrech has done extensive research, being lead author in ten peer-reviewed publications as well as co-author in over forty others. He has presented his research nationally at conferences including: The American College of Surgeons, The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, The Plastic Surgery Research Council, The Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons, the New York Hand Association, The American Cleft Association, The New York Society of Plastic Surgeons, and the Association of Academic Surgeons. He has been awarded grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation.
Dr. Steinbrech’s clinical appointments include Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, New York University Downtown Hospital, and Lenox Hill Hospital. Dr. Steinbrech feels very strongly about the education of the next generation of Plastic Surgeons, continuing to instruct the NYU Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Residents at Bellevue Hospital and the Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital Fellows.
Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons, New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Board of Plastic Surgery under the American Board of Medical Subspecialties, American Medical Association, New York County Medical Society, New York Society of Plastic Surgeons, New York State Medical Society.Philanthropies: He is involved in several philanthropic organizations including Smile Train, The National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction, Rx: Art, and The Lenox Hill House
* Kraft B, Steinbrech DS, Yang M, and Soll DR: High frequency switching in Dictyostelium Developmental Biology 130: 198 208, 1988.
* Gilbert SR, Steinbrech DS, Hunninghake GW: Evaluation of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme steady state mRNA in a murine model of granuloma formation. American Review of Respiratory Disease 141: A867. 1990.
* Gilbert SR, Steinbrech DS, Landas SK, and Hunninghake GW: Amounts of Angiotensin Converting enzyme mRNA reflect the burden of granulomas in granulomatous lung disease. American Review of Respiratory Disease 148: 483-6 1993.
* Rowe NM, Mehrara BJ, Dudziak ME, Steinbrech DS, MacKool RJ, Gittes GK, McCarthy JG, Longaker MT: Rat mandibular distraction osteogenesis: Part I. Histologic and radiographic analysis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 102 (6);2022-32,1998.
* Boeve TR, Steinberg JB, Corry DS, Steinbrech DS, Richenbacher WE, Behrendt DM: Cardiac surgery on patients with solid organ transplants. The 67th Scientific Session of The American Heart Association, 1996.
* Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Rowe NM, Mackool RJ, Gittes GK, McCarthy JG, and Longaker MT: Rat mandibular distraction osteogenesis: II. Molecular analysis of transforming growth factor -1 and osteocalcin gene expression. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 103(2):536-47, 1999.
* Chang J, Most D, Bresneck S, Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Longaker MT, and Turk AE: Proliferative hemangiomas: Analysis of cytokine gene expression and angiogenesis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 103: 1-9, 1999.
* Frenkel SR, Saadeh PB, Mehrara BJ, Steinbrech DS, Cocker R, McCormick SA, Gittes GK, Longaker MT: Transforming growth factor beta superfamily members: role in cartilage modeling. Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum XLIX — Proceedings of the 84th Annual Sessions of Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum 49: 516-518, 1998.
* Fernandez H, Mehrara BJ, Saadeh PB, Steinbrech DS, Grau J, Gittes GK, Longaker MT: Adenoviral-mediated TGF-1 gene therapy of osteoblasts in vitro. Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum XLIX — Proceedings of the 84th Annual Sessions of Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum 49: 522-524, 1998.
* Steinbrech DS, Gerrets RP, Mehrara BJ, Saadeh PB, Dudziak ME, McCarthy JG, Gittes GK, Longaker MT: Characterization of growth, maturation, and expression of vascular endothelial growth factor expression by osteoblasts in response to hypoxia. Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum XLIX — Proceedings of the 84th Annual Sessions of Owen H. Wangensteen Surgical Forum 49: 513-516, 1998.
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