Ramazi O. Datiashvili, MD, PhD is a world recognized Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon. He has had an extremely successful carrier in Russia. After graduation fromThe First Moscow Medical Institute in 1972 and completion of his Fellowship in General and Vascular Surgery at the National Research Center of Surgery in 1974, he quickly progressed to become a Chief of the Microsurgical Department at age 28 at the Moscow City Hospital #51. He earned his PhD degree in 1978. In 1981 he continued his outstanding academic and surgical carrier at the NationalSurgicalCenter in Moscow – a leading surgical institution in Russia. Dr. Datiashvili became one of the world leading experts in Microsurgery and was a true celebrity in Russia for his famous surgeries in reattachment of amputated limbs. In 1988 he earned a Degree “Doctor of Medical Sciences” –the highest scientific degree in Russia (equivalent to Professorship in the US). Now Dr. Datiashvili continues his successful carrier as a Professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery at Rutgers University/New Jersey Medical School.
Research Interest: Plastic and Reconstructive surgery