Tup Ingram, M.D., is a reconstructive and plastic surgeon, with his practice focusing on reconstruction and cosmetic surgery, with the exception of craniofacial surgery. In the past, he had worked with Operation Smile, Habitat for Humanity, Doctors Without Borders, and the Viennese Opera Ball of New York City. Tup is currently a member of the American Medical Association, Tennessee Medical Association, and American Academy for Cosmetic Surgery.
Tup showed excellence in academics as he was a National Merit and William Randolph Hearst Foundation scholar during his years in Yale, a Southwestern Medical Foundation scholar and an Academic Excellence Awardee by the Department of Surgery in University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and a member of the Gamma Beta Sigma Honor Society and a Morton A. Aldrich scholar for his years in Tulane University. In 2015, he obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of California Berkeley.
Having achieved all these, he has worked in medicine, finance, and law. Tup Ingram has published articles in peer-reviewed journals on human anatomy, surgical techniques, law, and finance. Raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Tup is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. He enjoys exercising, flying, and scuba diving in his downtime.