Longwood Plastic Surgery | Michael Tantillo, M.D.

Dr. Tantillo's CV

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Education

  • Davidson College, B.A. (Economics), May, 1985
  • University of Alabama School of Medicine, M.D., June, 1989

Postgraduate Training

Resident physician, General Surgery. New England Medical Center Hospitals, Tufts University. July 1989 – June 1991 and July 1993 – June 1995.

Research fellow, Cardiothoracic Surgery. West Roxbury Veterans Administration Medical Center and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard University. July 1991 – June 1993.

Resident physician, Plastic Surgery. Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University. July 1995 – June 1997.

Clinical fellow, Hand and Microvascular Surgery. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard University. July 1997 – June 1998.

Professional

Private practice, Longwood Plastic Surgery, PC, 2003-2016.

Instructor in Surgery. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard University. July 1998 - 2003

Diplomate, American Board of Plastic Surgery. September 2000.

Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery. August 2001.

Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Member, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Member New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.

Member, American Society for Surgery of the Hand.

Publications

Tantillo MB and Khuri SF. Myocardial tissue pH in the measurement of the extent of myocardial ischemia and the adequacy of myocardial protection. In Piper HM and Preusse CJ (eds) Ischemia-reperfusion in cardiac surgery. Boston. Kluwer Academic Publishers 1993; 335-352.

Tantillo MB, Khait I, Zolkewitz MA, Lim C, Valeri CR, Neuringer L, Khuri SF. 31-Phosphorus NMR spectroscopy in an isolated canine heart. Abstracts of 11th annual scientific meetings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin Germany. Aug 8-14 1992 (2) 2414.

Tantillo MB, Zolkewitz MA, Khait I, Birjinuik V, Quinn CC, Almohaileb F, Khuir SF. Myocardial metabolism and function following hypothermic arrest, a comparison of techniques. (in progress)

Tantillo MB, Zolkewitz MA, Almohalib F, Khuri SF. Functional and metabolic effects of the rate of myocardial cooling in the beating isolated heart. (in progress).

Birjinuik V, Tantillo MB, Zolkewitz MA, Khait I, Almohaileb F, Khuri SF. Assessment of heart transplant preservation techniques. Circulation October 1994 (suppl).

Garcia JP, Khait I, Tantillo MB, Lim C, Zolkewitz MA, Valeri CR, Neuringer l, Khuri SF. 31P NMR spectroscopy of myocardial ischemia and reperfusion during hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass. Abstracts of 11th annual scientific meetings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Berlin, Germany. Aug 8-14 1992;(2) 2316.

Garcia JP, Khait I, Lim C, Tantillo MB, Doursounian M, Zolkewitz MA, Valeri CR, Khuir, SF. A 31 phosphorus NMR study of myocardial metabolism in ischemia and reperfustion during normothermic and hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass. Circulation 1993 Oct, 88 (4 pt 2) I-530.

Weinberg CB, O'Neil KD, Carr RM, Cavallaro JF, Ekstein BA, Kemp PD, Rosenberg M, Garcia JP, Tantillo MB, Khuir SF. Matrix engineering remodeling if dense fibrillar collagen vascular grafts in vivo. Tissue Engineering; Current Perspectives, E Bell (ed) Birkhauser, Boston 1993; 188-198.

Birjiniuk V, Tantillo MB, Zolkewitz MA, Khait I, Almohaileb F, Khuri SF. Assessment of transplant preservation techniques. Presented at the VI annual meeting Cardiac Surgery, Current Issues. St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. November 17-20, 1993.

Garcia JP, Khait I, Lim C, Tantillo MB, Doursounian M, Zolkewtiz MA, Valeri CR, Khuri SF. A 31 phosphorus NMR study of myocardial metabolism in ischemia and reperfusion during normothermic and hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass. Presented as the sceintific conference for application of magnetic resonance to the cardiovascular system/American Heart Association, Atlanta, Georgia, December 17, 1993.

Tantillo MB and May JW Jr. Secondary abdominal wall reconstruction after TRAM flap. Presented at the Plastic surgery senior residents conference. Sacramento, CA April 17-20, 1997.

Duffy FJ, Gan BS, Israeli D, Tantillo MB, and Yaremchuk MJ. Use of bilateral folded radial artery forearm free flaps for reconstruction of a midface gunshot wound. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery, February 1998, Vol 14 No.2.

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Michael Tantillo, M.D.