Hubert Weinberg, MD
- CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Surgery
Specialty:Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Dr. Weinberg has been certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery since 1982. He received his BA, summa cum laude, from Yeshiva University and received his medical degree from Cornell University. He completed his residency training at The Mount Sinai Hospital. He is a member of numerous societies including a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Association of Plastic Surgeons, American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery, Plastic Surgery Research Council, American Society for Peripheral Nerve, New York Surgical Society, and New York Academy of Medicine. His name is listed in Marquis Who's Who in America and Who's Who in Science and Engineering. He was director of the Microsurgical Research Laboratory in the division of Plastic Surgery from 1982-2000 and has authored numerous articles in this particular field. His clinical interests include cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He has a special interest in minimal scar cosmetic surgery as well as innovative approaches to the surgical treatment of neurofibromatosis.
American Board of Plastic Surgery
- Breast Reconstruction
MD, New York Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Medical Center
Residency, Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Residency, Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Residency, Plastic Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital
Scholarship Essay Contest, Investigator Category
1987, 1993, 1997
First Prize, co-author
Third Prize, co-author
AAS Bella Trachtenberg Award for House Staff Excellence
Irma T. Hirshl Scholarship
Summa Cum Laude
New York State Regents Scholarship in Medicine
Alpha Epsilon Delta National Premedical Honor Society
New York State Regents Scholarship and Incentive Award
- Plastic surgery repair
- Reconstruction of deformities caused by neurofibromatosis
Hirigoyen MB, Prabhat A, Zhang WX, Weinberg H. Improved efficacy of urokinase further prolongs ischemic flap survival. J Reconstr Microsurg 1995; 11: 151.
Weinberg H. Plastic surgical treatment of patients with pseudoxanthoma elasticum. PXE Awareness 1995; 3: 4.
Hirigoyen MB, Zhang WX, Weinberg H. A standardized model of microvenous thrombosis. J Reconstr Microsurg 1995; 11: 455.
Hirigoyen MB, Zhang WX, Gordon RE, Prabhat A, Urken ML, Weinberg H. Additional benefits of heparin in the thrombolytic salvage of ischemic skin flaps. Ann Plast Surg 1995; 35: 612.
Hirigoyen MB, Zhang WX, Lin D, Weinberg H, Urken ML. Use of the guinea-pig flank flap in skin flap research. Otolaryngol Head & Neck Surg 1995; 112: 723.
Forman DL, Shah DK, Zhang WX, Senderoff DM, Israeli D, Urken ML, Weinberg H. Evaluation of a continuous systemic infusion of iloprost, a stable PGI-2 analog, on survival of experimental skin flaps. J Reconstr Microsurg 1995; 11: 339.
Hirigoyen MB, Rhee J, Weisz D, Zhang WX, Urken ML, Weinberg H. Reappraisal of the epigastric flap: a new neurovascular flap in the rat. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996; 98: 700.
Hirigoyen MB, Zhang WX, Weinberg H, Buchbinder D. Periadventitial delivery of heparin in the prevention of microvenous thrombosis. J Oral Maxillofacial Surg 1996; 54: 1097.
Weinberg H. Abdominal wall strength and stability following breast reconstruction with the TRAM flap. Curr Surg 1996; 53: 154.
Hirigoyen MB, Prabhat A, Zhang WX, Urken ML, Weinberg H. Thrombolysis at a controlled pressure prolongs the survival of skin flaps treated with superoxide dismutase. J Reconstr Microsurg 1996; 12: 195.
Choi M, Hirigoyen MB, Zhang W, Weinberg H, Silver L, Chun J. Increased patency of artificial microvascular grafts using arteriovenous fistula loops: a two-stage procedure for lengthening the pedicle of free-tissue transfer. J Reconstr Microsurg 1996 July; 12(5): 283-290.
Rahimizadeh A, Shelton R, Weinberg H, Sadick N. The development of a Marjolin's cancer in a Human Imunodeficiency Virus-positive hemophilic man and review of the literature. Dermatol Surg 1997; 23: 560.
Hirigoyen MB, Blackwell K, Zhang W, Silver L, Weinberg H. Continuous tissue oxygen tension measurement as a monitor of free flap viability. Pl Reconstr Surg 1997 Mar; 99(3): 763-773.
Reis ED, Roque M, Zhang WX, Fallon JT, Weinberg H, Badimon JJ, Taubman MB. Neointimal hyperplasia after femoral artery transluminal injury in C57BL/6 and FVB mice. Surg Forum 1998;: 303-49.
Taub P, Marmur JD, Zhang WX, Senderoff D, Nhat PD, Phelps R, Urken ML, Silver L, Weinberg H. Locally administered vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) cDNA increases survival of ischemic experimental skin flaps. Plast Reconstr Surg 1998; 102: 2033.
Taub PJ, Marmur J, Zhang W, Senderoff D, Urken ML, Weinberg H, Silver L. Effect of Time On Viability of Ischemic Skin Flaps Treated with Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) with DNA. J Reconstr Microsurg 1998; 14: 387-390.
Vickery CV, Urken M, Weinberg H, Buchbinder D, Biller HF. Advancements in head and neck reconstruction; microvascular free tissue transfer - Parts 1, 2. Surg Rounds 1998; 21: 27, 90.
Li QF, Zhang WX, Reis ED, Taub PJ, Weinberg H. Human recombinant vascular growth endothelial factor (VEGF) accelerates maturation of rat tail artery prefabricated flap. Surg Forum 1999; 50: 586.
Weinberg H, Chun JK, Silver L. Plastic surgical perspectives on vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) as gene therapy for angiogenesis. Plast Reconstr Surg 2000; 105: 1034.
Li QF, Reis ED, Zhang WX, Silver L, Fallon JY, Weinberg H. Accelerated flap prefabrication with vascular endothelial growth factor. J Reconstr Microsurg 2000; 16: 45.