Jonathan Brower, MD
Dr. Jonathan Brower grew up in Franklin Lakes, NJ and received his B.S. in Biochemistry from Georgetown University, where he graduated cum laude with Department Honors. He attended Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston and earned his M.D. in 2013. He went on to pursue residency training in the Brown University Integrated Plastic Surgery Program, where he served as Administrative Chief Resident in his final year.
I sought a fellowship experience that would provide the most complex and challenging body contouring cases to deepen my skill set after residency. Marrying reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, Pitt’s Life After Weight Loss program creates the ideal breeding ground for both refinement and innovation in body contouring after massive weight loss.
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching – Alpert Medical School of Brown University (2016)
Most Valuable Consultant Award – Department of Emergency Medicine, Brown University (2015)
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society – Tufts University (2013)
The Presidential Award for Citizenship and Public Service – Tufts University (2013)
The Worth F. Bloom Prize – Tufts University (2013)
Honos Civicus Honor Society – Tufts University (2013)
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship – The Albert Schweitzer Foundation & Tufts University (2013)
The Lena Landegger Memorial Community Service Award – Georgetown University (2009)
Honors Degree in Biochemistry – Georgetown University (2009)
Dean’s List – Georgetown University (2005-2009)
Amgen Scholar – The Amgen Foundation & Columbia University (2008)
1. Drolet BC, Brower JP, Miller BM. Trainee Involvement in Patient Care: A Necessity and Reality in Teaching Hospitals. The Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2017. 9:159-161.
2. Drolet BC, Brower JP. The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) Program: Moving Beyond Duty Hours. Academic Medicine. 2017. 92:141.
3. O’Donnell SW, Drolet BC, Brower JP, LaPorte D, Eberson CP. Orthopaedic Surgery Residency: Perspectives of Applicants and Program Directors on Medical Student Away Rotations. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 2017. 25:61-8.
4. Drolet BC, Brower JP. Informed Consent and the Reasonable-Patient Standard. JAMA. 2016. 316:993.
5. Morrison SD, Chong J, Dy GW, Grant DW, Wilson SC, Brower JP, Vedder NB, Berli JU, Friedrich JB. Educational Exposure to Transgender Patient Care in Plastic Surgery Training. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. 2016. 138:944-53
6. Drolet BC, Brower JP. Response to “The Undiagnosed Diseases Network of the National Institutes of Health: A National Extension.” JAMA. 2016. 315:1903-4.
7. Drolet BC, Brower JP, Lifchez SD, Janis JE, Liu PY. Away Rotations and Matching in Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency – Applicant and Program Director Perspectives. Plastic &
Reconstructive Surgery. 2016. 1337-43.
8. Gorka A, Alumasa J, Sherlach K, Jacobs L, Brower JP, Nickley K, de Dios A, Roepe P. In vitro Cytostatic and Cytocidal Activity of Quinoline Antimalarial Drugs vs. Inhibition of Hemozoin
Crystal Growth. Antimicrobial Agents & Chemotherapy. 2013. 57:356-64.
9. Brower JP, Blumberg S, Carroll E, Pastar I, Brem H, Chen W. Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy and Delivery Systems in Non Healing Wounds. Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 2011;24:524-32.
10. Parker D, Soong G, Planet P, Brower JP, Ratner A, Prince A. The NanA neuraminidase of Streptococcus pneumoniae is involved in biofilm formation. Infection & Immunity. 2009;77:3722-3730.
11. Batty G, Brower JP, et al. Epidemiology and Clinical Outcomes of M-Component Immunoglobulin Types of Multiple Myeloma in an Inner City Hispanic Population. Blood. 2007;110:Abstract 4736.
In addition to these peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Brower has given multiple podium presentations at local and national scientific meetings and authored several book chapters.