Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, N.Y.
American Board of Plastic Surgery
Certificate Number 6477.
Awarded September 14, 2002.
Recertified December 1, 2012.
Plastic Surgery Residency, 1998-2001
Mount Sinai–NYU Medical Center, New York.
A three year training program with extensive experience in microsurgery, breast reconstruction, trauma, and burn care. The curriculum includes rotations at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Westchester Medical Center (level 1 trauma & burn unit), Elmhurst Hospital Center (level 1 trauma), and the Bronx Veterans Affairs Hospital.
General Surgery Residency, 1995-1998
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York.
An excellent general surgery experience including rotations in breast, burn, head and neck, trauma, organ transplantation, and advanced laparoscopy.
New York State licensed since 1997
License Number 206224-1
New Jersey State licensed since 2001
License Number MA 72487
American Society of Plastic Surgeons – Full Member
American College of Surgeons - Fellow
American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons – Candidate Group Member
Medical Doctor with Distinction in Research, May 1995
Stony Brook University, School of Medicine
Master of Science in Exercise Physiology, September 1988
Queens College of the City University of New York
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, May 1987
Stony Brook University
Chun, J.K., Sterry, T.P., Zhang, W.X., Wolfeld, M.B., Silver, L., Teodorescu, V.J., Marin, M.L. Rat epigastric flow-through flap as a modulated arteriovenous fistula: model for the radial artery flow-through flap in distal arterial bypass. J Reconstr Microsurg. 2003 Aug; 19(6):387-91.
Geller E, Maitra S, Colden D, Sterry T, Pan M. Hypertonic saline resuscitation fails to restore hepatic gluconeogenesis following hemorrhagic shock. Presented a the 16th Annual Conference on Shock, sponsored by the Shock Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 13-16, 1993.
Meijernik J, Derzie A, Sterry T, Molina P, Abumrad N Endogenous Morphine Response to Surgical Stress; Contribution of Fasting. Presented in abstract form at Experimental Biology 1995.
Thomas P. Sterry, M.D., Justin Sacks, MD Plastic surgery in the excessive weight loss patient. In Inabnet, W.B., DeMaria, E.J., Ikramuddin, S. (Eds.), Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Philadelphia, 2003.
Thomas P. Sterry, M.D. Body contouring for patients with excessive weight loss. In Taub, P.J., Koch, R.M. (Eds), Clinical Problem Solving in Plastic Surgery, McGraw Hill, 2009.
Jin K. Chun M.D., Thomas P. Sterry M.D., Michael Marin M.D., Radial Artery Flow- through Flap for Very Distal Arterial Bypass in Limb Salvage. Accepted as poster presentation at the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery annual meeting in San Diego, California, January 15, 2001.
J.K. Chun M.D., T.P. Sterry M.D. Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous flap based on the serratus branch with microvascular venous augmentation. The Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery, 2001 Feb;17(2):95-8.
J.K. Chun M.D., T.P. Sterry M.D., S. Margoles M.D., L. Silver M.D. Salvage of Ear Replantation using the Temporoparietal Fascia Flap. Annals of Plastic Surgery; 2000 44(4):435-439.
T. Sterry M.D. W. Zhang M.D., J. Chun M.D., L. Silver M.D. Modulating Free Epigastric Flow Through Flap for Improved Bypass Patency: A Model for Distal Limb Ischemia. Second prize winner presented at Residents Night, New York Academy of Medicine, March 12, 2001.
Jin Chun, M.D., Thomas P. Sterry, M.D., Victoria Teodorescu, Michael L. Marin Radial Forearm Flow-Through Flap for Very Distal Arterial Bypass in Limb Salvage. Presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgery meeting, November 4th, 2001. Orlando, Florida.