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Solutions for patients with craniofacial anomalies from reconstructive surgery to regeneration

Craniofacial differences exist due to a variety of reasons including congenital (at birth) or genetic causes, traumatic (traumatic brain injuries), oncologic (brain tumors), and ischemic/hemorrhagic (stroke or aneurysms). The Lee research teams are dedicated to real solutions for patients with craniofacial differences.  Our Craniofacial Regeneration Laboratory is working towards safe, simple, and surgically practical materials for anatomic, single tissue regeneration.  Our Craniofacial Outcomes Research Team evaluates long term outcomes of craniofacial surgery with a specific emphasis on identifying and improving psychosocial functioning of children with congenital craniofacial differences.
200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 460
Los Angeles, CA 90095
phone (310) 794-7616 | fax (310) 206-6833
Surgical Coordinators
Eunice Stayton estayton@mednet.ucla.edu
Alyssa Macy akmacy@mednet.ucla.edu
Research Coordinator
Hi'ilani Potemra hpotemra14@ucla.edu