Dr. Amera Murabit is a member of the Plastic Surgery Group at City Centre and practices within the Fraser Health Authority, including the Surrey Memorial Hospital, Royal Columbian Hospital, and Jim Pattison Outpatient Centre in Vancouver, Canada. She was accepted into medical school at the University of Saskatchewan, the age of 18, making her one of the youngest to ever be accepted in Canada. She went on to place in plastic surgery, serve as Chief Resident and have the highest mark (to this day) on the plastic surgery boards.
Dr. Murabit specialized at Great Ormond Street Hospital in Pediatric Plastic, Reconstructive and Cleft Surgery at the world-renowned in London, England. In addition, she trained with the world’s foremost experts in Microtia & Auricular Reconstruction, Secondary cleft reconstruction, Orthognathic Surgery and Microsurgery and Craniofacial and Cosmetic Surgery in Rio de Janerio, Paris and Taipei.
As early as medical school she went on her first global mission to Nepal. Since then she has gone on missions in India, Palestine, Libya and Guatemala focusing on Pediatric, Burn, Post-War Reconstructive & General Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Murabit has matched that with her local giving; supporting young leaders through professional degrees in Law and Medicine. In 2019 she is formalizing this support, launching a local scholarship fund through her foundation, for young minority women in STEM. She also actively serves as an advisor to The Omnis Fund, a 10 million USD women’s health fund for refugee and displaced women in Bangladesh.
Dr. Murabit’s research and publications have shifted auricular reconstruction globally and she has received multiple surgical and clinical research awards.