• At A Glance
  • Education
  • Bio

    Dr. Jeremy Sinkin joins the Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with a special interest in complex reconstruction, and a devotion to providing quality and compassionate patient care. He completed a six-year residency training program in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where his achievements included recognition by the faculty with a clinical performance award in his final year. Dr. Sinkin was then selected to complete an additional year of subspecialty fellowship training in breast reconstruction and complex microsurgery at the prestigious Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.

    Dr. Sinkin performs a wide variety of reconstructive and cosmetic procedures, and offers his patients individualized, personal treatment. His areas of interest include head and neck reconstruction, spine and abdominal wall reconstruction, post-bariatric body contouring, Mohs reconstruction, and extremity reconstruction. With his experience and training in breast and microsurgery, Dr. Sinkin is particularly interested in helping women obtain outstanding breast reconstruction results following mastectomy using tissue from their own bodies. Additionally, Dr. Sinkin offers the most current techniques in implant-based breast reconstruction.

    Clinical Interests

    Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction, Head & Neck Cancer Reconstruction, Trunk Reconstruction, Lower Extremity Reconstruction, Surgical Innovation, Medical Device Development

  • Medical School

    University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, NY, United States, 2010

    Internship

    MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, DC, United States

    Residency

    MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, DC, United States, 2016

    Fellowship

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, NY, United States, 2017