Chief Resident Clinic
The Stanford Cosmetic Surgery Chief Resident/Faculty Clinic offers a wide range of plastic surgery procedures at considerably reduced rates. The clinic is located at the 1000 Welch Road, Suite 100, Stanford, CA and the operative procedures are performed at the Palo Alto Surgery Center in Palo Alto.
The surgeons are chief residents in their sixth and final year of clinical training in plastic and reconstructive surgery. They are overseen at all times by plastic surgery board-certified attending surgeons that supervise and perform all cosmetic surgical procedures with the residents. This ensures that patients receives the highest standard of quality, safety, and care.
The Chief Resident Clinic is currently led by board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. Kirk Churukian and Dr. Barry Press.
Meet Our Residents
Dr. Joseph Baylan is originally from the great state of Texas. He attended Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, where he also completed a residency in general surgery. He has gone on to achieve board certification in surgery. Currently finishing his last year in Stanford University's Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery residency program, he has an interest in craniofacial and aesthetic surgery. In the cosmetic clinic, he hopes to help each individual patient achieve the goals they desire both functionally and aesthetically.
Dr. Chang attended medical school at Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his General Surgery residency at Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He now is in his final year at Stanford University's Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery residency program. He will be pursuing a microsurgery fellowship at USC next year. He has an interest in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. He looks forward to providing a variety of cosmetic procedures including injections, facial rejuvenation, breast augmentation, and body contouring.
Dr. Gabrielle Davis is originally from Houston, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Houston. She attended medical school at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas and then went on to complete a General Surgery Residency at the University of Southern California. During her general surgery training she was awarded a competitive research fellowship by the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, in which she complete a masters degree with a focus in Stem Cell Biology. She is in her last year of Plastic Surgery training at Stanford University. She has clinical interests in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery and research interests in adipose derived stem cell and fat grafting.
Our residents are expertly trained to provide unparalleled personalized care.