THOMAS M. BRUSHART, M.D., PROFESSORSHIP IN THE DIVISION OF HAND SURGERY
Established in 2000 by donors and patients of Thomas M. Brushart, in his honor

Hopkins orthopaedic surgeon THOMAS M. BRUSHART, the Thomas M. Brushart, M.D. Professor in the Division of Hand Surgery, has gained wide recognition for his expertise in the treatment of hand and peripheral nerve problems, as well as his research into the restoration of function after nerve injury. Dr. Brushart and his colleagues focus on techniques of stimulating nerve fibers to regenerate after injury, reconnecting properly with muscle and skin. He has received numerous honors, including the Milton Fellowship at Harvard, where he earned undergraduate and medical degrees; the Bunnell Traveling Fellowship of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand; and the L.W. Freeman Award of the Spinal Cord Injury Foundation. This chair will support research and clinical initiatives under Dr. Brushart's direction.

 

The Thomas M. Brushart, M.D. Professorship in the Division of Hand Surgery is held by THOMAS M. BRUSHART.