Raymond Tse is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington and
Director of the Brachial Plexus Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital. His
clinical focus is in pediatric plastic surgery with special expertise in cleft
lip and palate, ear reconstruction, brachial plexus palsy and hand
His research follows his clinical interests and ranges from careful measurement of deformities/deficits and surgical results to family experiences through the surgery and the decision-making process. Dr. Tse is heavily dedicated towards clinical care and research; however, he also devotes time teaching medical and dental students, residents and fellows.