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Timothy W King, MD, PhD

Contact Dr. King

E-mail:
king@surgery.wisc.edu

Phone:
(608) 265-8072

Mail:
600 Highland Avenue
3236 CLINICAL SCIENCE CNTR-G5
Madison , WI 53792-3236

Timothy W King, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Education

  • BS (Bioengineering) Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 1991
  • MS (Bioengineering) Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 1993
  • PhD, (Tissue Engineering/Biophysics) The University of Texas-Houston Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 2000
  • MD, The University of Texas-Houston Medical School, Houston, TX, 2001
  • Surgical Residency in General Surgery/Plastic Surgery, New York University Medical Center, New York, NY, 2007
  • Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship, Northwestern University/Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL, 2008

Professional Activities

Dr. King is a member of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and an associate member of the American College of Surgeons.

Clinical Specialties

Dr. King’s practice focuses on plastic and reconstructive surgery for infants, children and adults. He has special interests in pediatric plastic surgery; cleft lip and palate surgery; microsurgery, and the treatment of birthmarks and vascular lesions. He also performs general reconstruction of the adult trunk, extremities, and head and neck as well as aesthetic and cosmetic surgery.

Dr. King provides a wide range of services including Botox, Breast Augmentation, Breast Implant Removal, Breast Lift, Breast Reduction, Earlobe Repair, Ear Surgery (Otoplasty), Extended Efforts in Limb Salvage, Filler Injections, Liposuction, Scar Revision, and Tummy Tuck.

Research Interests

Dr. King’s research focuses on the development of tissue-engineered constructs for use in reconstructive plastic surgery. His PhD research focused on elucidating the regulatory mechanisms required for neovascularization into engineered tissues.

Dr. Chen's Lab

Recent Publications
  • Epidermal growth factor regulates NIKS keratinocyte proliferation through Notch signaling.
    Roy M, King TW
    J. Surg. Res. 2013 Nov; 185(1):6-11.
    [PubMed ID: 23899513]
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  • Discussion: Montreal children's hospital formula for nasoalveolar molding cleft therapy.
    King TW, Bentz ML
    Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2013 Feb; 131(2):354-5.
    [PubMed ID: 23357995]
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  • An infant with a unilateral mandibular fracture: when to consider nonaccidental trauma.
    Knoche JW, LeBlanc KK, King TW, Knox BL
    Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2012 Apr; 51(4):404-7.
    [PubMed ID: 22456490]
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  • A 12-year anthropometric evaluation of the nose in bilateral cleft lip-cleft palate patients following nasoalveolar molding and cutting bilateral cleft lip and nose reconstruction.
    Garfinkle JS, King TW, Grayson BH, Brecht LE, Cutting CB
    Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2011 Apr; 127(4):1659-67.
    [PubMed ID: 21460673]
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  • The presence of "ghost" citations in an applicant pool of an integrated plastic surgery residency program.
    Larson JD, Sisolak BB, King TW
    Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 2010 Oct; 126(4):1390-4.
    [PubMed ID: 20885262]
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