Dr. Theodore Kung is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Section of Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan. Dr. Kung received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University. He then completed an integrated plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan. In addition, he also pursued fellowship training at the University of Washington in Seattle to specialize in microsurgical reconstruction, breast reconstruction, and lymphedema surgery.
Dr. Kung has received a number of awards and national recognition for his research. These include American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery 2015 Annual Meeting Best Resident Scientific Poster and American Society for Peripheral Nerve 2016 Annual Meeting Best Basic Research Paper Resident Award.
Clinical Specialization: Dr. Kung specializes in microsurgical reconstruction following cancer surgery, reconstructive breast surgery, lymphedema surgery, extremity salvage, and peripheral nerve injury.