Meet Dr. Johnson
Earl M. Johnson, Jr., MD, is a board certified plastic surgeon. He joined the practice in 2015 and has since only added to the high quality experience that this premier plastic surgery center is known for. Originally a Baltimore native, Johnson completed his undergraduate career in the Washington, DC area, and then subsequently stayed in the Metropolitan region. Having lived and worked in this area his whole life, he desired to work where he was most comfortable as well as where he knew his skills were needed. His superb skills and desire to remain nearby is how he secured a position with Greater Washington Plastic Surgery Associates.
Dr. Johnson may be new to the office, but not new to the field. His extensive work and research speaks for itself boasting thorough training and field experience to get him to where he is today. Since joining the practice, his excellent results with patients has helped build a loyal customer base. Over the course of his career, he has received exceptional training and has been mentored by international leaders in plastic surgery. He has consistently been a top performer throughout his surgical training, and has also earned extremely high ratings from patients. While completing his education and residency, he was considered to be dependable, knowledgeable, and a technically excellent surgeon.
A graduate of Georgetown University, his academic achievements led him to be on the Dean’s List multiple times while earning his B.S. In addition to his studies, he served as a mentor for minority students who also shared an interest in the health profession. The community service effort was part of the Minority Health Initiative Council (MHIC) at Georgetown University. He then received his M.D. at the Emory University School of Medicine, where he was awarded the William C. Warren Scholarship, the Harris Family Scholarship, the Helen Dobbs Scholarship, and the Irene Woodruff Scholarship, and also served as a Chair of the Honor Council. He then returned to Georgetown for his Integrated Plastic Surgery residency where he learned the principles of plastic surgery as well as the latest plastic surgery techniques.
Since quality is key, Dr. Johnson is always studying, learning, and staying up to date with the latest trends in medicine, in order to be at his best for the patient. He stays abreast of the most current discoveries through his attendance of plastic surgery meetings and conferences. He has gone to numerous highly regarded events such as The Aesthetic Meeting sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons annual meetings, and many more held around the country. He has also attended instructional courses such as The Curtis National Hand Center Flap Course held in Baltimore, and the ASMS Advances in Facial Restoration and Rejuvenation course held in New Orleans. His own work is also a factor that cannot go unmentioned, such as his peer-reviewed papers on cancer research published in the American College of Surgeons and published abstracts in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons and Georgetown University Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences. He has also given outstanding podium and poster presentations ranging in subject matter and taking place at events from the Annual Southern Surgical Association to the Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference to name a few. His current research includes two-stage breast reconstruction, advanced limb salvage technology, and complications of fat grafting.
Dr. Johnson’s understanding of his craft and personable demeanor fit right in with the level of integrity, quality and patient care the practice is known for. He now resides in the wonderful Washington, DC area where he joined Dr. Vineet Mehan at Greater Washington Plastic Surgery Associates.
While not working, Dr. Earl Johnson enjoys traveling, golfing, and percussion.
Integrated Plastic Surgery Resident, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC 2009-2015
M.D., Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA 2005-2009
B.S., Georgetown University, Washington, DC 2001-2005
HONORS & AWARDS
Chair of the Honor Council, Emory University School of Medicine 2008-2009
William C. Warren Scholarship 2008-2009
Harris Family Scholarship 2007-2008
Helen Dobbs Scholarship 2006-2007
Irene Woodruff Scholarship 2005-2006
First Honors Dean's List 2004-2005
Second Honors Dean's List 2004
PEER REVIEWED PAPERS
Divekar SD, Storchan GB, Sperle K, Veselik DJ, Johnson EM, Dakshanamurthy S, Lajiminmuhip YN, Nakles RE, Huang L, Martin MB. “The Role of Calcium in the Activation of Estrogen Receptor Alpha”. Cancer Research.71(5):165868, March 2011.
Carlson GW, Page A, Johnson EM, Nicholson K, Styblo TM, Wood WC “Local Recurrence of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ after Skin Sparing Mastectomy” Journal of the American College of Surgeons 204:10741080, 2007
Johnson EM, Divekar SD, Martin MB “The Role of Calcium in the Activation of the Estrogen Receptor Alpha” – The Georgetown University Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences, Vol 3(1) 2006.
PODIUM & POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Carlson GW, Page A, Johnson EM, Nicholson K, Styblo TM, Wood WC “Local Recurrence of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ after Skin Sparing Mastectomy” Southern Surgical Association 118th Annual Meeting, West Palm Beach, FL, December 2006.
Johnson EM, Divekar SD, Martin MB “The Role of Calcium in the Activation of the Estrogen Receptor Alpha” –Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference, Washington, DC, April, 2005.
Divekar SD, Johnson EM, Martin MB “The Role of Calcium in the Activation of the Estrogen Receptor Alpha” –Georgetown University Medical Center Student Research Days,Washington, DC, May, 2005.
Johnson EM, Divekar SD, Martin MB “Epidermal Growth Factor and Hormone Independent Activation of the Estrogen Receptor Alpha” – Georgetown University Medical Center Student Research Days, Washington, DC May, 2004.
Johnson EM, Divekar SD, Martin MB “The Role of Calcium in the Activation of the Estrogen Receptor Alpha” –Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference, Washington, DC, April, 2004.
Braga B, Egan M, Huber C, Johnson EM “The Effect Of Body Mass On Observed Physiological Adaptations Associated With Hypothermic Environments Using The Georgetown University Simulator” – Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference, Washington, DC, April, 2004.
LECTURES AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATION
Georgetown University Department of Plastic Surgery Resident Core Curriculum Academic years 2010-2015
- Rejuvenation of the Upper Face
- Ancillary Procedures in Breast Reconstruction
- Breast Augmentation
- Orthognathic Surgery
- Arthritis of the Hand
- Necrotizing Infections
- Pharmacology and Therapeutics
- Wound Healing and Scarring
- Cleft Palate
- Pediatric Problem Cases
- Brow Lifts
- Dupuytren’s Disease
- Metacarpal and Phalangeal Fractures
- Breast Reductions -Evidence Based Plastic Surgery
Curtis National Hand Center Hand Surgery Fellowship Core Curriculum, Academic years 2011-2013
- The Gracilis Flap
- Free Functioning Muscle Flaps
Georgetown University Hospital, Division of Wound Healing, Academic years 2010-2012
- Coverage options for the Groin
- Posterior Tibial Artery Perforator Flap
- Management of Hardware Exposure
- Free Fibula Flap
- Options For Upper Extremity Revascularization
Washington Hospital Center, Division of Burn Surgery, Academic years 2011-2012
- Secondary Reconstruction of Facial Burns
- Sternotomy Wound Infections
American College of Surgeons (ACS), Resident Member 2009-2015, Associate Fellow 2015-Present
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Resident Member 2012-2015, Candidate for Membership 2015-Present
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Resident Member 2012-2015
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