Moein Momtazi

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Moein Momtazi
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Assistant Professor

Room: 501 Smyth Road, Box 213, Office M2569A Ottawa ON, K1H 8L6
Office: 613-737-8899 ext. 73480

Dr. Moein Momtazi

Biography

Administrative Assistant

Shannon Bleakney (sbleakney@toh.ca)

 

Bio

Dr. Moein Momtazi is board certified plastic surgeon with a clinical interest in reconstructive microsurgery and surgical treatment of lymphedema.

Dr. Momtazi received his medical doctorate from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 2007.  His residency training in plastic and reconstructive surgery was completed at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta in 2014.  As a surgeon scientist, Dr. Momtazi completed his Master’s degree in 2011 in experimental surgery examining the role of immune cells and animal models of hypertrophic scar.  His fellowship training includes complex oncologic reconstruction with a focus on microvascular reconstructive surgery completed at University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas in 2015.

Dr. Momtazi holds an academic appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine.

 

Selected Publications

  • Momtazi M, Kwan P, Ding J, Anderson C, Honardoust D, Goekjian S, Tredget EE. Morphologic and Histologic Comparison of Hypertrophic Scar in Nude, T-cell Receptor, and Recombination Activating Gene Knockout Mice – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery vol. 135, number 6 2015.
  • Honardoust D, Kwan P, Momtazi M, Ding J, Tredget EE. Chapter 11: Novel Methods for the Investigation of Human Hypertrophic Scarring and Other Dermal Fibrosis of Human Hypertrophic Scar – Wound Regeneration and Repair: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology vol. 1037 2013.
  • Momtazi M, Kwan P, Ding J, Anderson C, Honardoust D, Goekjian S, Tredget EE. A Nude Mouse Model of Hypertrophic Scar Formation Demonstrates Morphologic and Histological Characteristics of Human Hypertrophic Scar – Wound Repair and Regeneration 2012.
  • Momtazi M, Kwan P, Ding J, Anderson C, Honardoust D, Goekjian S, Tredget EE. A Nude Mouse Model of Hypertrophic Scar Formation Demonstrates Histological and Morphologic Characteristics of Human Hypertrophic Scar – Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 19(A), 34A 2011.
  • Momtazi M, Kwan P, Ding J, Anderson C, Honardoust D, Goekjian S, Tredget EE. Investigation of an Athymic Mouse Model of Human Hypertrophic Scar Formation – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 127 supp, 58 2011.
  • Medina A, Ding J, Momtazi M, Tredget EE. The Role of Fibrocytes in Wound Repair and Hypertrophic Scarring – In: Fibrocytes in Health and Disease.  R. Bucala (ed.) World Scientific Press, Chapter 7, Page 77-115 2011.
  • Wang J-F, Ding J, Jiao H, Honardoust D, Momtazi M, Shankowsky H, Tredget EE. Human Hypertrophic Scar-like Nude Mouse Model: Characterization of the Molecular and Cellular Biology of the Scar Process – Wound Repair and Regeneration 19, 274-85 2011.

Fields of Interest

  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Lymphedema
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