Jess Ting, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Surgery, Plastic Surgery
Specialties:Hand Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
A native New Yorker, Dr. Ting received undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Juilliard School of Music. He attended medical school at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He received his General Surgery Training at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. He then completed his Plastic Surgery Training at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and a fellowship in Hand Surgery and Microsurgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
Dr. Ting performs research in the areas of peripheral nerve regeneration and facial nerve reanimation. His clinical interests are plastic surgery and transgender surgery.
In The News
Dr. Ting's work in the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery has been widely covered in the press. See below for a selection of articles:
Dr. Ting discusses Breast Reconstruction surgery in The Daily News feature The Daily Check Up. View the PDF.
American Board of Plastic Surgery
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Reconstruction
- Breast Reduction
- Facial Feminization Surgery
- Female to Male Gender Affirming Chest Masculinization
- Female-to-Male (FTM) Top Surgery
MD, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Residency, Surgery, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
Residency, Plastic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh
Fellowship, Hand Surgery, Hospital for Special Surgery
America's Top Doctors - 9th Edition
America's Top Doctors for Cancer
New York Super Doctors
New York Magazine
Top Doctors New York Metro Area
Attending of the Year Award, Mount Sinai Plastic Surgery
Teacher of the Year Award, Honorary Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine
Annual Residents Night, Third Prize
Philip D. Wilson Award for Excellence in Orthopedic Surgery Research
Best Overall Presentation
Robert F. Loeb Award for the graudating medical student who has shown the greatest promise for excellence in clinical medicine
Janeway Prise for the graduating medical student with the highest academics
Spike Broadening in the Aplysia R20 Cell
Ting J, Weiland AJ. Commentary on Intrasynovial flexor tendon repair: an experimental study on low versus high levels of in vivo force rehabilitation in canines. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2001 July; 83(7).
Ting J, Weiland AJ. Role of ancillary procedures in surgical management of carpal tunnel syndrome: epineurotomy, internal neurolysis, tenosynovectomy, and tendon transfers. Hand Clin 2002; 18(2): 315-323.
Neff BA, Ting J, Dickinson SL, Welling DB. Facial nerve monitoring parameters as a predictor of postoperative facial nerve outcomes after vestibular schwannoma resection. Otolaryngology and Neurotology 2005 July; 26(4): 728-732.