Erin Donaldson, MA, MS, PMP
Erin Donaldson, MA, MS, PMP, received her Master of Science in Biomedical Visualization at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). While attending UIC, Erin concentrated her studies in Anaplastology; the medical discipline of combining art and science to provide facial prosthetic services for patients experiencing loss due to head and neck cancer, traumatic injuries, or congenital conditions.
Erin completed her residencies with the Craniofacial Center at the University of Illinois Medical Center and the Otolaryngology Department at the Medical University of South Carolina. Erin has a faculty appointment at New York Medical College and formerly at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston. She has also lectured on anaplastology at several medical institutions throughout the United States.
Erin Donaldson is a pioneer in the application of 3-D scanning and printing in anaplastology, and is an early adapter of the FUEL 3-D scanning system for prosthetic treatment. She is also a strong advocate of people with facial differences; volunteering for multiple charities including: the National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction, Forward Face, Changing Faces, the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, and Great Lakes Burn Camp. Erin is an exceptional anaplastologist, and ENT Faculty Practice is pleased to have her on our team.