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Curriculum Vitae

MICHAEL FREDERICK
215 North New River Drive East apt 3605, Fort Lauderdale Fl 33301
(805) 264-2514

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Education

  • Harvard Combined Plastic Surgery Residency Program (2010-2016)
    Chief Resident – Massachusetts General Hospital
    Internship – Massachusetts General Hospital
  • University of California San Francisco (2006-2010)
    Doctor of Medicine
  • University of California Los Angeles (2002-2006)
    Bachelor of Science: Marine Biology
    Minor: Spanish Literature
    Summa Cum Laude, Highest Departmental Honors

Licensures / Examinations / Certifications

  • American Society of Plastic Surgery
    Member since 2018
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery
    Board Certified (2017)
  • Florida Medical License
    2016-present
  • Emergency Medical Technician
    Certified 2005
  • American Academy of Underwater Sciences
    Certified research diver 2005
  • USMLE Step One Boards
    Three digit score 258, Double digit score – 99
  • USMLE Step Two Boards
    Three digit score 269, Double digit score – 99
  • USMLE Step Three Boards

Awards

  • Top Doctor 2021 Fort Lauderdale Illustrated
  • Top Doctor 2020 Palm Beach Illustrated
  • Stryker Fellowship (2015) Operation Smile Resident Leadership Program
  • Dean’s Research Fellowship (Summer 2007) Awarded to investigate human embryonic stem cell xenotransplant immunology using a mouse model.
  • Dean’s Scholarship at UCSF (2006-2007)
  • Phi Beta Kappa (2006)

Publications

Articles

  • Frederick, M. Berhanu, A. Bartlett, R. Chest Surgery in Female to Male Transgender Individuals. Accepted to Annals of Plastic Surgery. Awaiting publication
  • Frederick, M., Colwell, A.. “Low Scar Abdominoplasty with Inferior Positioning of the Umbilicus.” Umbilical Reconstruction: Art, Principles and Techniques. Editor: Melvin Shiffman. Springer publishing. Awaiting in print publication.
  • Frederick, M., Lin, A., Neuman, R., Smith, B., Austen, WG., Colwell, A.. Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy in Patients with Previous Breast Surgery. Comparative Analysis of 775 Immediate Breast Reconstructions. Plast Reconstr Surg June 2015; Volume 135(6), p954e–962e
  • Frederick, M., Hijjawi, J., Lin, S.. “Chapter 12: Lasers.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Board Review Third Edition. Editor Samuel Lin, John Hijjawi. McGraw Hill publishing 2016. Pages 91-97
  • Frederick, M., Colwell, AS.. Acute Hypertesive Crisis Secondary to Pheochromocytoma during Elective Cosmetic Surgery. Plast Reconstr Surg 2015 Jan;135(1):238e
  • Frederick, M., Newman, J., Kohwles, J. Leriche Syndrome. Journal of General Internal Medicine. Oct 2010
  • Tavakol, M., Vincenti, F., Assadi, H., Frederick, M., Tomlanovich, S., Roberts, J., Posselt, A. Long Term Renal Function and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Obese Kidney Donors. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 4(7)1230-1238. 2009

Posters

  • Frederick, M., Feng, S., Tavakol, M., Assadi, J., Posselt, A. Timing of Thymoglobulin Administration Does Not Affect Incidence of Delayed Graft Function in Recipients of Deceased Donor Kidney Transplants. Presented at the American Transplant Congress in Toronto, Canada. June 2008.
  • Frederick, M. Berhanu, A. Bartlett, R. Chest Surgery in Female to Male Transgender Individuals. Presented at Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons meeting September 2015

Presentations

  • “Chest Surgery in Female to Male Transgender Individuals” Presented at ASPS Senior Resident Conference October 2015
  • “Neurotized Vastus Lateralis Free Flap for Knee Extension After Sarcoma Excision” Presented at the AAPS Reconstructive Symposia April 2015
  • “Alloplastic Cranioplasty Outcomes in Previously Infected Sites.” Presented at the American Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting. April 2011
  • “Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery is Well Tolerated and Improves Candidacy in Morbidly Obese Patients Awaiting Transplantation.” Presented at the American Transplant Congress in Toronto, Canada. June 2008.
  • “Cystatin C is a Strong Predictor of Renal Dysfunction and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Long-Term Kidney Donors.” Presented at the American Transplant Congress in Toronto, Canada. June 2008.

Language Skills

Fluent in written and spoken Spanish

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