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Kyle R. Eberlin, M.D.

Kyle R. Eberlin, M.D., is a hand and plastic surgeon on the staff at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Boston. He received undergraduate and medical degrees from Boston University in the seven year accelerated medical program, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude and first in his medical school class. Dr. Eberlin subsequently completed training in the Harvard plastic surgery program and completed additional training in the combined orthopaedic/plastic hand surgery fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Eberlin has a dedicated interest in all aspects of hand and reconstructive surgery, and has a particular interest in complex upper extremity reconstruction. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed articles and serves as a scientific reviewer for numerous surgical journals.

Credentials:

  • Medical Degree, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Residency, Harvard Plastic Surgery Program
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopaedic/Plastic Hand Surgery Fellowship

Additional:

MGH Surgeons Save Teen’s Arm After Pasta Machine Accident – Dr. Eberlin and Curtis L. Cetrulo, M.D., perform replantation surgery on a 17-year old young man’s severed arm