Dr. Alspaugh graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Chemistry from Wake Forest University. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 1982 and again graduated cum laude. He was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor fraternity as a junior medical student.
Dr. Alspaugh then completed a five year General Surgery residency, 1982-1987, where he culminated as Chief Resident at the Medical College of Virginia. The following two years, as a Plastic and Reconstructive Resident at the Medical College of Virginia, he was awarded the Theogaraj Academic Award. He completed his medical training with a Microsurgery Fellowship at the Christine M. Kleinert Institute, Louisville, KY in 1990
Undergraduate Degree – Wake Forest University (cum laude)
Doctor of Medicine (MD) – The Ohio State University (1982) (cum laude)
5-Year General Residency – Medical College of Virginia (1982-1987) Ended as Chief Resident
2-Year Plastic Surgery Residency – Medical College of Virginia
Microsurgery Fellowship – Christine M. Kleinert Institute, Louisville, KY (1990)