Dr. Glykeria Martou is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s School of Medicine and joined the divisions of Plastic Surgery and Oncology at Kingston Health Sciences Center in 2016. Dr. Martou completed her MSc degree at the Department of Physiology of the University of Toronto and went on to complete her medical education at McMaster University. She completed her residency training in Plastic Surgery at the University of Toronto where she stayed for her fellowship training in Craniofacial and Microsurgical Reconstruction at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She became a fellow of the European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery in 2012 and a fellow of the American College of surgeons in 2017.
Dr. Martou’s clinical practice focuses on the reconstruction of oncologic ablative defects (head and neck, sarcoma, non-melanoma and melanoma skin cancer) with a primary interest in breast reconstruction. Her clinical practice also includes the reconstruction of traumatic defects for trunk, head and neck and upper/lower extremity. Her research interests focus on the evaluation of quality of life following breast reconstruction and promotion of public awareness and patient education about breast reconstruction. Further research interests include physician and resident wellness and development of teaching tools for medical education.