Dr. Daniel Driscoll is a Harvard-trained Plastic Surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He serves as Chief of Plastic Surgery at TuftsMedical Center and is an Assistant Professor in Surgery at Tufts Medical School.
In addition, Dr. Driscoll is an Instructor in Surgery at Harvard Medical School and faculty member of the Harvard residency program in plastic surgery. He is certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery.
Dr. Driscoll earned his medical degree from Brown University in 1990 after graduating with honors from Dartmouth College in 1986. He completed his Internship and residency at Massachusetts General Hospital where he served as Chief Resident in Plastic Surgery. He went on to complete a Burn Reconstruction Fellowship at Shriners' Hospital for Children in Boston where he remains as an integral part of a team of surgeons who travel to underdeveloped countries each year to provide care to burned children in need.
Recognized by many as an expert in his field, Dr. Driscoll has written numerous articles for medical journals and frequently presents at national society meetings such as the American Burn Association, and the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons. He has made local and national presentations on topics such as innovations in cosmetic breast surgery. In addition to cosmetic surgeries of the face, breasts and abdomen, Dr. Driscoll has worked extensively in body contouring after massive weight loss.