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Vicente Resto, MD, PhD, FACS
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Departments: Otolaryngology
Specialties: Ear, Nose and Throat (Otolaryngology)
Languages: English
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Dr. Resto graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1992 with a bachelor degree in Chemistry.  He then completed the combined M.D., Ph.D. program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2000.  His doctoral degree is from the Department of Human Genetics for dissertation work in cancer genetics.  He next pursued internship training in General Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by residency training in the Harvard Combined Program in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.  In 2006, he completed advanced clinical fellowship training in Head and Neck Oncology, Skull Base, and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston.  He joined the full time faculty staff at UTMB in July, 2006. 

Clinically, he focuses on facial plastics, reconstructive surgery, and skull base surgery.   Scientifically, Dr. Resto directs a basic science laboratory focused on the study of the molecular mechanisms important for lymphatic metastasis and tumor tolerance.

 

Medical/Professional School:

John Hopkins University School of Medicine - Baltimore, MD, MD, PhD, 2000

Residencies:

Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary - Boston, MA, 2005

Fellowships:

Head & Neck Surgery, Skull Base and Reconstruction Surgery, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary - Boston, MA, 2006

Internships:

General Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA, 2001


Certifications:

Otolaryngology,American Board of Otolaryngology

UTMB Health Ear, Nose and Throat - League City
1600 West League City Parkway
League City, TX 77573
Fax: (281) 557-7284

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This surgeon had to coordinate with another surgeon. The logistics involved can not be overstated. Both surgeries went off without flow. I'm confident.Apr 27,2016
The resident did not identify himself as such, which I think he should since it's up to the patient if they want to share the visit with someone else other than the faculty physician.Apr 06,2016
Very professional & thorough.Feb 03,2016