Neil Kundu, MD
Originally from Cleveland, Dr. Neil Kundu completed a 6-year accelerated combined BS/MD in his home state of Ohio. He holds undergraduate degrees from Youngstown State University in Biology and Chemistry with dual minors in Psychology and Developmental Psychology. He then completed his medical education at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.
Dr. Kundu completed both his General Surgery Residency and Plastic Surgery Fellowships at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. During this time, he was elected administrative chief resident in both programs, obtained an academic appointment at the Lerner College of Medicine/Case Western Reserve School of Medicine as a Clinical Instructor of Anatomy, was a member of the face/abdominal wall transplantation teams, and was voted as the Cleveland Clinic Department of Plastic Surgery Resident of the Year in 2014.
Dr. Kundu is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and currently is the Chief of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery as well as Director of Microvascular Reconstruction at Mercy Health in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has over 20 peer reviewed publications, including the award for Trunk Reconstruction Paper of the Year in the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has co-edited a textbook on the treatment of cutaneous malignancies for surgeons and has had his work presented both nationally and internationally.