To Dr. Rod Rohrich, educating others on plastic surgery holds as high of a precedent in his career as his actual practice. The board certified plastic surgeon is a professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center where he has been practicing from since 1986; Rohrich also created the department of plastic surgery at UTSW and it has grown to be one of the most prestigious residency programs in the United States.
Graduating from the Baylor College of Medicine, he has had additional training in craniofacial, pediatric, hand, and microsurgery from Oxford University in England and Harvard Medical School during fellowships. The internationally acclaimed surgeon has acted as a visiting professor over 150 times throughout the course of his over 2 decade long medical career.
With experience as chair of over 100 educational symposiums, he will be adding to his repertoire with 3 more symposiums involving his participation in the early months of 2018. The 2 latter of these, the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting, he will be chairing and organizing. The first of the three, the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium, while not involved in the organizing, will feature Dr. Rod Rohrich on different panels and even performing a live rhinoplasty for those attending.
The Cosmetic Medicine Meeting and Rhinoplasty Meetings will be held from February 28th till March 3rd and will feature renowned faculty from around the country and the world. These 2 events have been held for 21 and 35 years respectively and both are known for their fresh cadaver labs and hands on labs. The Cosmetic Medicine Meeting invites both doctors and those they work directly with to participate while the Rhinoplasty Meeting encourages only medical doctors to attend. The Cosmetic Medicine Meeting will cover many topics surrounding plastic surgery including contouring of the body, breast, and face. Dr. Rod Rohrich will be moderating several panels for both events and making several presentations including one during the Concurrent Live Labs and Demos with Dinners over fillers and neuromodulators with a focus on safety. Via twitter