Zoe MacIsaac, MD
Zoe MacIsaac completed her Medical Degree at the University of Virginia. She subsequently pursued an interest in Plastic Surgery research, serving as a Research Fellow in the Craniofacial Biology Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. MacIsaac began her training in the Department of Plastic Surgery in July, 2013.
When I first visited the University of Pittsburgh, I was impressed by the large variety of cases and wide experience that residents were exposed to. I wanted to attend a residency where I would be challenged to be my absolute best, with world-class faculty and research opportunities, and in an environment with great camaraderie. I spent two years in the Pediatric Craniofacial Laboratory prior to starting residency, and am excited to begin my final two years of training.
- Best Overall Paper, AO North America (2012)
- 2nd Best Clinical Paper Award, Robert H. Ivy Society of Plastic Surgeons (2012)
- 2nd Best Basic Science Paper Award, Robert H. Ivy Society of Plastic Surgeons (2012)
- 2nd Best Basic Science Paper Award, Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons (2012)
- Paul W. Black Junior Investigator Award (2nd author), American Society of Craniofacial Surgeons (2012)
- Kawamoto Award for Best Paper, American Society of Craniofacial Surgeons (2012)
- Co-Investigator, Plastic Surgery Foundation Pilot Research Grant (2013)
- Best Basic Science Paper Award, Northeastern Society of Plastic surgeons (2013)
Dr. MacIsaac has over 20 published abstracts and papers, and has contributed to over 80 abstracts at regional, national and international conferences. She continues to pursue her interest in Craniofacial Research at the University of Pittsburgh in the Craniofacial Biology Laboratory.