Mario G. Loomis, MD

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of Anatomy

Dr. Loomis trained at Cornell University, The University of Vermont, and Northwestern University, and is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is a member of The Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He has a solo private practice in Middletown, NY.  Until recent back problems prevented him, he made annual trips to Nicaragua and Honduras to provide plastic surgery free of charge to the poor.

Courses Taught:



Cornell University: BA Biology

University of Vermont: MD

Northwestern University: General Surgery

Northwestern University: Plastic Surgery

Board Certifications:

American Board of Plastic Surgery

Academic Appointments:

Appointed to The Empire State Stem Cell Board managing New York State’s 600 million dollar endowment for stem cell research, 2010-2014

Expert Reviewer for The Office of Professional Medical Conduct, New York State Department of Health, 1999-2000.

Board of Directors, San Benito Jose Hospital, Comayagua, Honduras. 2008-2014

Hospital Appointments:

Orange Regional Medical Center

St. Anthony Community Hospital

Professional Affiliations:

American Society of Plastic Surgeons

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

American College of Surgeons


AOA Medical Honor Society

Areas of Research/Interest:

Adult Stem Cell Research

Selected Publications:

Loomis, M. Recommendations for Improved Results with The Lejour Vertical Mammaplasty.  Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Vol. 18: 290-294, 1998.

Loomis, M. Endoscopic Brow Fixation Without Bolsters or Miniscrews.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 98:373, 1996.

McKinney P., Loomis, M., Weidrich T. Reconstruction of the Nasal Cap with a Thin Septal Graft.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 92: 346,1993.

Evans G., Lewis V., Manson P., Loomis M., Kolk C.  Hip Joint Communication With Pressure Sores:  The Refractory Wound and the Role of Girdlestone Arthroplasty.  Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol 91: 288-294,1993.

Loomis, M., Radkowski M., Pensler J.  Maxillary Deformation in Unilateral Coronal Synostosis.  J Craniofacial Surgery, 73-76, 1990.

McKinney, P. and Loomis M.  Adjunctive Measures to Rhytidectomy.  In Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, second edition, Salvat Editores, Barcelona, Spain.

Romagnano M., Braiman J., Loomis M., Hamill R.  Enkephalin Fibers in

Autonomic Nuclear Regions: Intraspinal vs. Supraspinal Origin.  J Comp Neurology 987; 266: 319-331.

Invited Presentations:

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, annual meeting, 5/97, New York, NY; Scientific exhibit: “The Vertical Mammaplasty Learning Curve.”

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, annual meeting, 4/94, Dallas, TX; “An Objective Analysis of Aesthetically Pleasing Eyes.”

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, annual meeting, 5/92, Los            Angeles, CA; “25 Years’ Experience With Dorsal Grafting in Rhinoplasty, Evolution of the ‘CATS’ Graft.”

Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons, annual meeting, 6/90, Chicago, IL; “A Function-Sparing Muscle Repair for Failed Hip Arthroplasty.”

American College of Surgeons, Vermont Chapter Meeting, 5/86, Burlington, VT; “Use of Silastic Catheters for CVP Measurements.”

Community Service/Outreach:

Mission trips to Central America