Enrique A. Silberblatt, M.D., F.A.C.S.
1988 – to present: National Board of Medical Examiners
1983 – 1994: American Board of Surgery
1986 – to present: American Board of Plastic Surgery
1989 – 1994: Added Qualifications for Surgery of the Hand
July 1985 – Dec. 1987: Lewis-Gale Clinic; Salem, VA
Staff Plastic Surgeon
- Established First Microsurgery Lab in Roanoke
- Did the first successful replant in Roanoke
1988 – Present: Aesthetic Surgery of Virginia
September 1998 – February 1999: Aesthetic Surgery of Tampa
- Established AAAAPSF accredited office OR
1959 – 1970: Columbia Grammar & Prep; New York, NY
- Received Jimmy Greenbaum Memorial award.
- Received Kohut award for Scholarship and Mannerly Qualities.
- Varsity Letters in Soccer and Swimming.
1974: Princeton University
- Majored in History and Philosophy of Science
- Senior Thesis: “The Development of Plastic Surgery as a Specialty During World War I”
- Varsity Letter in Gymnastics
1977: New York Medical College
1978: University of Miami
- General Surgical Internship
1982: University of Massachusetts
- General Surgical Residency
1984: University of Pittsburgh
- Plastic Surgery Residency
July 1984 – Dec. 1984: Akron Children’s Hospital
- Fellowship in Pediatric Plastic and Orthognathic Surgery
Jan. 1985 – June 1985: University of Alabama (Birmingham)
- Fellowship in Hand and Microsurgery.
Triathlons, marathons, Spanish, Flamenco guitar, cooking, woodworking, writing, travel.
- Completed seven marathons including Boston three times.
- Completed two half Ironman distance triathlons.
- Worked the medical tent for the Kona Ironman in 1991 and for the Great Floridian Ironman in 1994.