Bing Siang Gan, MD PhD FRCSC FACS
Year of graduation from residency: 1994
Fellowship: Microsurgical Reconstruction and Hand Surgery (Toronto, Boston)
Areas of clinical interest: Hand and wrist surgery, reconstructive microsurgery, complex wound reconstruction
Research interests: Dupuytren’s contracture, wound healing
Academic rank: Professor
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Hand and Upper Limb Centre
St. Joseph's Health Centre, Room D0-215
268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario N6A 4L6
Short personal bio: Dr. Gan graduated from the Medical Faculty at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in 1988. He then went on to earn a PhD in Medical Sciences (Subspecialty Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) from the University of Calgary. After a rotating internship at the Regina General Hospital in Regina, Saskatchewan, a residency in Plastic Surgery was completed at the University of Western Ontario Teaching Hospitals. This clinical training was followed by post-residency Fellowships in Microsurgical Reconstruction (Toronto General Hospital, University of Toronto) and Hand and Microsurgery (Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University), as well as a research post-doctoral fellowship (Department of Cell Biology, Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto).
Dr. Gan has been with the Roth | McFarlane Centre since 1998 and has an academic practice focused on hand and wrist surgery, microsurgical reconstruction and complex wound reconstruction. He has a particular interest in the biology and treatment of Dupuytren's Disease including surgical treatment, needle aponeurotomy and more recent approaches such as enzymatic digestion of the affected tissues.