Dr. Eliza-Jasmine Tran specializes in one of Rox Center’s trademark treatments: plastic and reconstructive surgery, particularly in as related to breast cancer.
Based in the Newport Beach Rox Center, Dr. Tran’s skills and practice cover breast reconstruction, post skin cancer reconstruction, face, head plus neck reconstruction, abdominal wall reconstruction, chest wall reconstruction, lower extremity salvage, and burns.
In regard to breast reconstruction surgery, Dr. Tran is familiar with multiple treatments. She has performed prosthetic surgeries involving immediate permanent implant reconstruction or immediate or delayed reconstruction with either expanders, which are then exchanged for permanent implants, or permanent expandable implants.
Dr. Tran has also worked with autologous procedures using the patient’s own tissue, namely primary reconstruction or implant/radiation failure salvage, including pedicled flap reconstruction (latissimus dorsi), musculocutaneous free flap reconstruction (TRAM), and perforator free flap reconstruction (DIEP).
Dr. Tran is also gathering more knowledge and experience in rhinoplasty, facelift, breast augmentation, and mommy makeover operations.
Prior to joining Rox Center, Dr. Tran’s higher education has taken her to many of the country’s top universities. She received her undergraduate degree in Molecular & Cell Biology from UC Berkeley and her medical degree from the UC San Diego School of Medicine, where the inspiration to provide reconstructive surgical care for breast cancer patients first took hold of her.
From there, she fulfilled her General Surgery residency at UC San Francisco-Fresno and a Multi-disciplinary Breast Surgery Fellowship at Yale University.
Additional training in several plastic and reconstructive surgery specialties, ranging from facial aesthetic procedures to micro-vascular breast reconstruction with perforator flaps, followed at Tulane University.
Along the way, she has received numerous honors and awards, sub-internship honors at the USC School of Medicine and the UC Irvine Medical Center, as well as the Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Achievement Award at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Care Center.
In addition, Dr. Tran has contributed to numerous clinical research projects and presented at conferences and meetings, including the American Society of Breast Surgeons Annual Meeting, the Society of Surgical Oncology Annual Cancer Symposium, the Annual Meeting of the New England Surgical Society, and the American Society of Anesthesiologists Meeting.
Her work has been published in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and more. She is a member of the American Board of Surgery and is affiliated with HOAG Hospital in Newport Beach and Irvine, as well as the Fountain Valley Regional Hospital. Dr. Tran’s board certification is pending.