Dr. Catherine Curtin is a plastic/hand surgeon. Her clinical focus is peripheral nerve surgery and upper limb reconstruction. She attended Wellesley college and Yale University for medical school. She did her residency at the University of Michigan and her hand fellowship at Stanford University. She completed the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Fellowship. Dr. Curtin has specialized in hand surgery and peripheral nerve surgery. She has a particular interest in improving the upper limb function for people with spinal cord injury. She is also interested in nerve pain and the role of surgery to help this pain. Her research focuses on both these areas: upper limb function for spinal cord injury and treatment of neuropathic pain.