Jaclyn Gurwin, M.D. is an oculofacial and reconstructive surgeon who specializes in aesthetic and functional ophthalmic and facial plastic surgery and the diagnosis, treatment, and surgical correction of many disorders of the eye, eyelid, eyebrow, and face. Dr. Gurwin has received several academic and research awards and has authored numerous publications. Her research has gained international acclaim and has been written about widely by authors including Malcolm Gladwell. Her groundbreaking work, which studied the benefits of art education in medical training, led to the formation of an elective art curriculum at multiple leading medical schools around the country, including the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gurwin completed an ASOPRS-accredited fellowship in Oculofacial and Orbital Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s world-renowned fellowship and earned her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania.