Grayson Roumeliotis


Dr. Grayson Roumeliotis is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a subspecialty interest in both pediatric and adult craniofacial reconstruction, craniosynostosis, facial nerve palsy, and aesthetic surgery.

Dr. Roumeliotis completed medical school at Western University in 2013. His residency training in plastic and reconstructive surgery was completed at the University of Ottawa in 2018. Following residency, Dr. Roumeliotis completed a one-year clinical fellowship in pediatric craniofacial surgery at the Oxford Craniofacial Unit of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2019). He then completed a second one-year clinical fellowship in craniomaxillofacial trauma and reconstruction at the University of Alberta (2020).

Dr. Roumeliotis returned to Ottawa as faculty in 2020 with the goals of providing excellent patient care and dedication to undergraduate and postgraduate medical education.

  • Pediatric craniofacial reconstruction
  • Craniosynostosis
  • Adult facial and skull reconstruction
  • Skin Cancer
  • Aesthetic Surgery
  1. Roumeliotis G, Wiberg A, Tan KH, Thomas G, Magdum S, Jayamohan J, Milford C, Wall S, Johnson D. An integrated approach to the management of meningoencephalocoeles in Oxford: A case series of 29. In submission: Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
  2. Roumeliotis G, Jayamohan J, Thomas G, Wall S, Johnson D. Congenital ossification defects of the frontal bone: Description of a novel clinical entity and presentation of four cases. In press. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
  3. Roumeliotis G, Campbell S, Das S, Hildebrand GD, Charbel Issa P, Jayamohan J, Lawrence T, Magdum S, Wall S, Johnson D. Central retinal artery occlusion following prone transcranial surgery for craniosynostosis and discussion of risk factors. In press. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
  4. Laschuk M, Head L, Roumeliotis G, Xuan L, Silverman H.(2020). The rule of thirds: Determining the ideal areolar proportions. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery- Open. 23: 55-59
  5. Roumeliotis G, Dostaler, G, Boyd, KU. (2017). Complementary and Alternative Medicines and Patients with Breast Cancer: A Case of Mortality and Systematic Review of Patterns of Use in Patients with Breast Cancer. Plastic Surgery. 25(4): 275-283
  6. Roumeliotis G, Willing G, Neuert M, Ahluwaliia R, Jenkyn T, Yazdani A. (2015). Application of a novel semi-automatic technique for determining the bilateral symmetry plane of the facial skeleton of normal adult males. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 26(6):1997-2001
  7. Yi J, Kagan D, Roumeliotis G, Liu H, Hutnik, C. (2015). Secretion of matrix metalloprotease-3 by co-cultured pigmented and non-pigmented human trabecular meshwork cells following selective laser trabeculoplasty. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. 7;44(1):33-42
  8. Roumeliotis, G, Ng T, Rockwell G. (2015). Skin Break down and Implant Exposure after Laser Treatment for Telangiectasia. Open Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports. 1(10)
  9. Roumeliotis G, Ignatiuk A, Liew A, Boyd K. (2015). Hemipelvis reconstruction in trauma: A case report and literature review. Plastic Surgery Case Studies. 1(3): 62-64
  10. Roumeliotis G, Ahluwalia R, Yazdani A. (2015). The Le Fort system revisited: Trauma Velocity Predicts the Path of Le Fort I Fractures through the Lateral Buttress. Plastic Surgery. 23(1) 40-42
  11. Murphy K, Roumeliotis G, Williams K, Beston B, Jones D. (2015). Binocular visual training to promote recovery from monocular deprivation. Journal of Vision. 15(1):2
  12. Willing R. Roumeliotis G, Jenkyn T, Yazdani A. (2013). Development and evaluation of a semi-automatic technique for determining the bilateral symmetry plane of the facial skeleton. Medical Engineering and Physics. 35(12): 1843-9
  13. Roumeliotis G, Hutnik C. (2012). A simple, reproducible, and cost-effective axis marking system for toric lens implantation. Journal of Refractive Surgery. 28 (1): 12-13