February and March of 2018 will feature internationally acclaimed and board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rod Rohrich, two of which will he will be chairing and organizing. The first of these three is the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium that will be held from February 8th to the 10th, while not chairing this event he will be heavily involved as an educator. The second and third are the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting held from February 28th till March 3rd.
The Baker Gordon Educational Symposium is the largest symposium in the United States that features live surgery. Dr. Rod Rohrich will be performing a live Rhinoplasty, moderating two panels, giving a lecture, and participating in other panels as part of his schedule for this event. The symposium is in its 52nd year and has educated and trained thousands of surgeons.
Dr. Rod Rohrich’s Medicine and Rhinoplasty Meetings will feature faculty from around the United States and the world as well as a hands on cadaver lab. The Medicine Meeting invites doctors and medical professionals that work directly with them while the Rhinoplasty Meeting is focused almost exclusively on surgeons. The Medicine Meeting will cover a broad array of topics including invasive and non-invasive procedures as well as ethical and patient safety discussions. Dr. Rod Rohrich will be moderating every panel at this event and making presentations including a face lift on a cadaver as part of a video presentation.
Rohrich has been practicing at both the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center since 1986 with affiliations at multiple hospitals in and around the Dallas, Texas area. His residency was completed at the University of Michigan and his MD was earned a the Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Rod Rohrich completed fellowships with Oxford University at the Radcliffe Infirmary and Massachusetts General Hospital with Harvard Medical School; he received training in craniofacial, pediatric, microsurgery, and hand surgery during his fellowships.
He has also served Save the Children, the March of Dimes and the American Cancer Society. Rohrich has volunteered his time performing reconstructive surgery on breast cancer survivors and providing immunizations for underprivileged children. About Rohrich