Summer Edition 2017



Jeffrey Ascherman, MD
President

2017 has been an exciting year of growth for the NESPS! Our March 2017 Augmentation-Mastopexy Spring Workshop in NYC was a great success under the direction of Program Chair Brian Glatt. Our star filled faculty spoke to a standing room only crowd with panels on augmentation, mastopexy, combined augmentation-mastopexy, complications, and difficult cases...
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Brian S. Glatt, MD, FACS
Editor

I am so pleased to provide you with this copy of our most recent newsletter. We have had a great deal of activity in our Society and I invite you to review our Presidentís Address by Dr. Jeff Ascherman for details on this. I also hope that you will attend our 2017 Annual Meeting in Newport, RI...
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Latest News from the Section's Programs

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2017 Annual Meeting

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2018 Spring Workshop

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2018 NESPS Spring Workshop
Brow and Upper Lid
March 10, 2018
Lotte New York Palace Hotel
New York, New York


The NESPS Annual Business Meeting will be held on Saturday, September 9, at 12:30 PM in Salons III-IV of the Newport Marriott Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island. The following slate of nominations will be voted on...
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Young Plastic Surgeon's Facebook Group

Our Young Plastic Surgeon's Facebook Group is up and running! To access the page, search for NESPS Young Plastic Surgeon's Group from your Facebook account and click the "join group" link.

The mentorship program is also under development. We are still looking for the names of junior members who are looking for mentorship and senior members who are willing to participate as mentors. If you are interested, please send your name, contact info., and whether you are a mentor or mentee and I'll start coordinating. My email is alexander.au@uphs.upenn.edu.

Alex Au


View a message from Drs. Potochny & Langstein about NESPS membership
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The NESPS Education Fund, formerly the Second Decade Fund, was inaugurated 19 years ago by Dr. Bill Little to support the educational efforts of the NESPS.
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