Tag Archives: teaching

27

Jun

The 10th Annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Meeting.

Published: June 27, 2014

Last week I attended the 10th annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery meeting where over 1,000 aesthetic physicians were in attendance, along with over 100 presenters. While there, I coordinated the two-day section on rhinoplasty and was scheduled for three talks on revision rhinoplasty, rhinoplasty, and 3-D video imaging. I should note that I am on the … Continue reading The 10th Annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Meeting.


13

Dec

Adventures in Amsterdam Part 3.

Published: December 13, 2013

Friday was the final day of the course, a day devoted to revision rhinoplasty. I gave the featured lecture, titled: “Lessons learned in revision rhinoplasty, how to avoid it in the first place.” This lecture evolved from a study I performed and published reviewing the reasons patients seek revision rhinoplasty. Since over almost half of … Continue reading Adventures in Amsterdam Part 3.


6

Dec

Adventures in Amsterdam Part 2

Published: December 6, 2013

The second of the course included a live televised rhinoplasty that I performed. This was a stressful, yet exhilarating experience. The patient was recruited by one of the faculty members. She had a deviated septum and was given the option for a cosmetic rhinoplasty by a visiting Professor from the U.S., namely me. I treated … Continue reading Adventures in Amsterdam Part 2


22

Nov

Adventures in Amsterdam

Published: November 22, 2013

I was invited to be the featured guest speaker at the Amsterdam Rhinoplasty course about a year ago. Officially entitled “20th International Course in Modern Rhinoplasty Techniques”, the course was run for most of the past two decades by Prof. Gilbert Nolst-Trenite. It has recently been taken over by one of his very accomplished students, … Continue reading Adventures in Amsterdam


14

Jun

A Gift.

Published: June 14, 2013

 I have been teaching residents since I was a fellow in 1987-88. Teaching surgery and the art of Medicine is one of the most rewarding parts of an academic medical practice. Even in private practice, the residents from the Columbia University/ New York Hospital program continue to rotate through my office. They learn facial plastic … Continue reading A Gift.