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Jamie R Wisser, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery


Dr. Wisser is involved in ongoing research regarding clinical applications of laser technology in the field of cosmetic and scar revision surgery. He is developing combined arthroscopic and minimally invasive wrist reconstructive procedures to replace traditional joint fusions and salvage wrist procedures.  His area of current clinical research involves application of micro-cellular transplantation of fat-derived pluri-potential stem cells for treatment of patients with Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome and for regenerative soft tissue restoration following traumatic hand and upper extremity injuries and 3rd degree burn reconstruction.





Academic office

300B Princeton Hightstown Road

Suite 101

East Windsor, NJ 08520

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MD from Medical College of Pennsylvania

Fellowship, Emanuel B. Kaplan Orthopaedic Hand Surgery Fellowship, NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases

Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital, Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship

Fellowship, Boston Children's Hospital, Transplant and Tissue Engineering Research Fellowship

Residency, Boston University Hospital Systems, General Surgery Residency

Residency, Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine, Plastic Surgery Residency

Lee, Steve K; Wisser, Jamie R

Hand clinics. 2012 Feb; 28(1):45-51

Arthritis of the hand and wrist

Wisser, Jamie; Santiago-Figueroa, Jose; Stuchin, Steven

Orthopaedics : a study guide. New York : McGraw Hill, Health Professions Division, 1999. p.?-?. (2473312)

Gunther E; Wisser JR; Cohen MA; Brown AS

Cleft palate-craniofacial journal. 1998 Nov; 35(6):546-9

Puelacher, W C; Wisser, J; Vacanti, C A; Ferraro, N F; Jaramillo, D; Vacanti, J P

Journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery. 1994 Nov; 52(11):1172-7; discussion 1177