Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors, 2016
New York Metro “Best Doctors—Plastic Surgery”, 2016
New York Times Magazine “Superdoctors”, 2015
Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctor’s, 14th Edition, 2015
New York Magazine “Best Doctors”, 2015
New York Metro “Best Doctors—Plastic Surgery”, 2015
Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors, 13th Edition, 2014
New York Metro “Best Doctors—Plastic Surgery”, 2014
New York Magazine “Best Doctors”, 2014
Rose, E.H. (ed) Aesthetic Facial Restoration. Philadelphia: Lipincott-Raven; 1998.
Rose EH. “Reanimation of the Paralyzed Face.” Presented at Surgical Grand Rounds, The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York NY; January 18, 2017
Rose EH. “Microsurgical Facial Burn Reconstruction.” Presented at the 50th Anniversary of the Stanford Plastic Surgery Residency Program, Stanford CA; October 4, 2015
Rose EH. “Advances in Microsurgical Facial Burn Reconstruction.” Presented to Plastic Surgery Hospital at Peking Union Medical College & Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing China; June 6, 2014
Rose EH. “Advances in Microsurgical Facial Burn Reconstruction.” Presented to Microsurgery Department, Fengcheng Hospital, Xian, China; May 29, 2014.
Recent Book Chapters
Rose EH, Zuker RM. Facial palsy. In: Taub PJ, King TW (Eds.). AAP Manual of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. In print.
Rose EH: Cross facial nerve grafting and gracilis free flap reconstruction in reanimation of the the paralyzed face. In: Myers EN, Genden E (Eds). Reconstructive Surgery, Masters Techniques in Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health; 2014.
Recent Journal Article
Rose EH. Aesthetic reconstruction of the severely disfigured burned face: a creative strategy for a “natural” appearance using pre-patterned autogenous free flaps. Burns & Trauma. 2015; 3:16.
7th International Facial Nerve Symposium - Los Angeles (August 2017) - Microsurgical techniques and facial reanimation and correction of facial paralysis