Dr. Egeland completed his residency at University of
Michigan Integrated Plastic Surgery program. During
residency, Dr. Egeland was an integral part of a research
team that developed a bioelectrical interface device capable
of controlling robotic limbs with our own nervous system.
This successful work was patented and has subsequently
helped secure major government and military funding.
His research experiences led to a clinical interest in
reconstruction of complex injuries and microsurgery. Dr.
Egeland completed a Hand and Microsurgery Fellowship at
the Mayo Clinic in 2012.
Dr. Egeland has been published many times on such topics
as clinical anatomy and plastic and reconstructive surgery.
He is the recipient of several research grants, as well as numerous awards for research,
teaching and presentation. Dr. Egeland’s clinical interests include Trauma, Breast, and
Oncologic Reconstruction, Microsurgery, Peripheral Nerve injuries, Facial Nerve paralysis,
Rhinoplasty, and Aesthetic Surgery.
Dr. Egeland enjoys spending his free time with his wife and children as well as being
outdoors skiing, cycling or fishing.