Amanda Gosman, MD

Associate Clinical Professor
Residency Program Director
Craniofacial and Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship Director

Contact Information

619-543-5887

Patient Inquiries: 619-294-3746


 CURRENT RESEARCH 

  • Cleft Lip and Palate
  • International Health
  • Telemedicine
  • Safety and Surgical Outcomes
  • Quality of Life and Facial Deformities

Dr. Gosman has advanced training in craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgery as well as international plastic surgery. Her research focus is in plastic surgery outcomes, cleft lip and palate, pediatric plastic surgery, telemedicine, and international health.  She has expertise in providing healthcare and education to underserved communities around the world and has successfully utilized telemedicine technology to overcome logistical barriers to international healthcare and education.  She has written journal articles and book chapters on repair of cleft palate, repair of cleft lip, ear reconstruction, minimally invasive plastic surgery, breast surgery, and telemedicine. Through telemedicine, Dr. Gosman is able to help bring expert medical care to patients whose disorders or injuries require services that may not be available locally

 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

  • Telemedicine as a tool to Manage Problematic Pediatric Wound Care
  • The Use of Ultrasound in Determining the Presence of Bone Growth Following Alveolar Bone Graft as a Part of Cleft Lip/Palate Treatment
  • Quality of Life Measurements in Pediatric Patients with Facial Deformities
  • Evaluation of Ventilation Tube Placement and Audiologic Outcome in Children with Cleft Palate
  • Surgical Outcome Analysis Utilizing California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) Database

 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ​​

  1. Byrd HS, Ha RY, Khosla RK, Gosman AA:Bilateral Cleft Lip and Nasal Repair.Plast Reconstr Surg, 122(4): 1181-90, October 2008.
  2. Dobke MK, Bhavsar D, Gosman AA, De Neve J, De Neve B. Pilot Trial of Telemedicine as a Decision Aid for Patients with Chronic Wounds. Telemed J E Health 14(3): 245-9, 2008.
  3. Gosman AA, Fischer CA, Sigler A, Chao JJ, Dobke MK: Telemedicine and Surgical Education Across Borders: A Case Report. J Surg Ed 66(2), 2009.
  4. Dobke MK, Gosman A. Applications of telemedicine in aesthetic surgery. Wound Management 6(2), 52, 2009.
  5. Wojtaszek-Slominska A, Renkielska A, Dobke M, Gosman A, Slominski W. Orthodontic characteristics of maxillary arch deficiency in 5-year-old patients undergoing unilateral cleft lip and palate repair with and without early gingivoplasty. J Craniomaxillofac Surgery 38(3):155-9, April 2010.

COLLABORATORS

  • Zia Agha, MD Associate Professor, UCSD School of Medicine, Dept. of Medicine, & acting Director of VA San Diego Health Services Research and Development
  • Dolores Pretorius, MD, FACR, FAIUM, FSRU Director of Imaging at UCSD Center for Fetal Care and Genetics, Professor of Radiology at UCSD
  • Marilyn Jones, MD Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, UCSD Pediatrics Dept., Rady Children’s Specialists of San Diego (pediatric genetics, dysmorphology and metabolics) at Rady Children’s Hospital