Dr. Angie Paik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She is fellowship-trained in hand and microsurgery with a clinical focus on upper and lower extremity reconstruction and gender affirmation surgery. Her additional interests include aesthetic surgery and body contouring.
Dr. Paik attended Cornell University for her undergraduate degree, majoring in biological sciences. She attained her medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School where she also served as a Research Fellow with their Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She completed her Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery training at Brown University – a program offering a robust trauma experience and hands-on aesthetic training. Following residency, she pursued a Hand and Microsurgery fellowship at The Buncke Clinic in San Francisco, California, one of the leading microsurgery centers in the country. During fellowship, she gained experience in a wide array of complex reconstruction following burn, trauma, and malignancy as well as training in the phalloplasty procedure from leaders in the field.
Dr. Paik has a commitment to providing quality surgical care to her patients. She has published in peer-reviewed journals, has contributed book chapters, and has presented nationally. In addition to her clinical practice, she also remains dedicated to teaching and mentorship.
Education & Training
- Hand and Microsurgery FellowThe Buncke Clinic (2021)
- Plastic Surgery ResidentBrown University Alpert Medical School (2020)
- MDRutgers New Jersey Medical School (2014)
- BACornell University (2009)