New Orleans, LA – May 7, 2013 – Mary P. Lupo, M.D., board certified dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine, is a founding co-director and this year’s course co-director of the 2013 Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp Summer Meeting “Didactic and Live Technique Symposium.” She will also serve as a faculty member at the meeting, which will be held at the St. Regis in Aspen, Colorado, on June 20-23. All physicians who are board certified in the field of dermatology, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, facial plastics or ophthalmology are invited to attend.
Cosmetic Bootcamp founding co-directors, Drs. Lupo, Kenneth Beer and Vic Narurkar work each year to put together a stellar meeting that has earned a reputation as the premier cross specialty educational and networking event. Through didactic presentations, live patient demonstrations and publications by the most reputable experts in the aesthetic field, Cosmetic Bootcamp is the leading resource for aesthetic professionals who shape their specialties through teaching, mentoring and research. The meeting also includes industry exhibits showcasing the latest technology, products and scientific advances as well as an intimate setting to interact with faculty and colleagues. The diverse offerings of activities fulfill the educational needs of physicians, residents, office staff and extenders*. Guests are also offered ample free time each day to enjoy the beautiful city of Aspen, Colorodo.
Cosmetic Bootcamp is pleased to expand this year’s program in an effort to stay up-to-date with the latest aesthetic technology and electronic communications. According to Dr. Lupo, “as the number of plastic surgeons and dermatologists attending the meetings has increased, we have added courses relevant to their practices.” Topics added include breast augmentation, optimal strategies for comprehensive aesthetic outcomes, and social media as it relates to cosmetic physicians.
“Cosmetic Bootcamp is committed to highlighting the benefits of utilizing only board certified physicians from the ‘core four’ – dermatology (with their pioneering of non-surgical injectable and laser rejuvenation), plastic surgeons (for their work in surgical aesthetic procedures), ophthalmology and otolaryngology (for their pioneering work in neuromodulation),” said Dr. Lupo. “These specialties get core training during residency to allow them to deliver the best and safest results for patients.”
*Please note extenders must register with a board certified physician in the field of dermatology, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, facial plastics or ophthalmology.