$$ Shai Michael Rozen, MD
Credentialed by Children's Health
Dallas, Texas 75390
Shai Rozen, M.D., is a plastic surgeon at Children’s Health℠ who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.
Dr. Rozen completed his general surgery residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and completed his plastic surgery fellowship in a combined program with Johns Hopkins Hospital/University of Maryland in shock trauma and continued specialty fellowship training in craniofacial surgery and peripheral nerve surgery.
In his reconstructive practice, Dr. Rozen has trained extensively in craniofacial reconstruction and microsurgery, enabling him to address both bony and soft tissue problems in the face.
“These patients are devastated from the inability to move their face. By transferring muscles and nerves into the face, we restore some of the motion that has been lost,” he says.
Dr. Rozen is board certified in plastic surgery and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery, as well as a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons. He speaks both nationally and internationally and is involved in funded clinical research often involving multiple specialties.
Dr. Rozen was born in Israel and lives in Dallas. He enjoys traveling in the U.S. and abroad, developing new relationships with colleagues from different countries and scuba diving.
Education and Training
Medical SchoolTel-Aviv University (1997)
ResidencyJohn Hopkins Hospital (2005), Plastic Surgery
John Hopkins Hospital (2003), General Surgery
FellowshipJohn Hopkins Hospital (2007), Peripheral Nerve Surgery
International Craniofacial Institute (2006), Craniofacial Surgery
Departments & Programs
Research & Publications
- Dynamic solutions for the paralyzed face
- Pain problems related to the peripheral nervous system
- Peripheral neuropathy pain
- Involuntary Movement during Mastication in Patients with Long-Term Facial Paralysis Reanimated with a Partial Gracilis Free Neuromuscular Flap Innervated by the Masseteric Nerve.
Rozen S, Harrison B Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2013 Jul 132 1 110e-6e
- Upper eyelid postseptal weight placement for treatment of paralytic lagophthalmos.
Rozen S, Lehrman C Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2013 Jun 131 6 1253-65
- Obturator nerve anatomy and relevance to one-stage facial reanimation: limitations of a retroperitoneal approach.
Rozen S, Rodriguez-Lorenzo A, Audolfsson T, Wong C, Cheng A Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2013 May 131 5 1057-64
- A reliable anatomic approach for identification of the masseteric nerve.
Cheng A, Audolfsson T, Rodriguez-Lorenzo A, Wong C, Rozen S J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 2013 May
- Nerve Transfers for Facial Transplantation: A cadaveric study for motor and sensory restoration.
Audolfsson T, Rodríguez-Lorenzo A, Wong C, Cheng A, Kildal M, Nowinski D, Rozen S Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2013 Feb
Professional Associations and Affiliations
- American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery (2011)
- American College of Surgeons (2009)
- American Society of Peripheral Nerve Surgery (2009)
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons (2008)
- The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association (2003)
- American Medical Association (2002)
Awards & Honors
- Pilot Grant Award
Collaborative Study Initiative Pilot Grant Award Program (2008)
- Primary Investigator (PI)
Served as PI of a pilot study on the effect of Collagenese Santyl(R) ointment on healing and scarring of dermatome wounds. Healthpoint, Ltd. sponsored the study. (2008-2013)
- Primary Investigator (PI) - Diabetic Neuropathy Nerve Decompression Study
Served as PI for a controlled, randomized, double-blinded, prospective study on the role of surgical decompression of lower extremity nerves for the treatment of patients with symptomatic diabetic neuropathy with chronic nerve compression. The David Crowley Foundation and the National Institutes of Health provided financial support. (2008-2013)
- First Prize M.D. Thesis
M.D. Thesis: Aspirin and Mortality in a Large Group of Patients With Coronary Heart Disease (1997)
- Intern of the Year
Tel Hashomer Hospital, Israel (1997)