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					GEOFFREY W. TOBIAS, M.D., F.A.C.S.
214 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ 07631
201.567.6770


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
Assistant Clinical Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; appointed 07/01/2011

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:
Instructor, Elmhurst City Hospital, Elmhurst, NY          1979-1995
Consultant, Bronx VA Hospital, Brooklyn, NY               1979-2004
Attending Surgeon, Englewood Hospital, Englewood, NJ      1979-2009
Attending Surgeon, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY     1979-2009

EDUCATION:
B.A. 1969 University of Rochester
M.D. 1973 Tufts University

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING:
Tufts New England Medical Center
Internship 1973–1974
Residency, General Surgery 1974-1976
Mentor: Ralph Deterling, M.D.

Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY
Residency, Otolaryngology 1976–1978
Mentor: Hugh Biller, M.D.

CERTIFICATION:
American Board of Otolaryngology
Certification, Head and Neck Surgery, 01/01/78

LICENSURE:
07/28/78 New York No. 135396-1
05/08/79 New Jersey No. MA36071
06/18/79 California No. G39473

HONORS/AWARDS:
Honor Award for commitment to teaching, presented at the annual meeting of the
American Academy of Otolaryngology, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 1999.

Ira Tresley Research Award in Recognition of the Best Original Research Paper in Facial
Plastic Surgery; The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
2000.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:
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Fellow, American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, 1980
President, Bergen County Society of Otolaryngologists–Head and Neck Surgeons, 1980
Member, American Medical Association, 1980 to present
Fellow, American College of Surgeons, 1985
President, Bergen County Society of Otolaryngologists–Head and Neck Surgeons, 1995
Fellow, American Academy of Otolaryngology– Head and Neck Surgery, 1995
Committee Member, Scientific Program Committee, The Rhinoplasty Society, 2006
The Rhinoplasty Society Board of Directors, Member at Large, 2007



INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS:
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, NYC, grand rounds: “Advances
in Reconstructive Facial Contouring Surgery,” April 3, 1993.

American Academy of Restorative and Aesthetic Surgery, Philadelphia, PA: scientific
meeting, “New Age Rhinoplasty,” May 14-16, 1993.

Winter Symposium on Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery, Aspen, CO: “New Techniques
in Tiplasty and Facial Contouring Surgery,” March 13-16, 1993.

6th International Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, San Diego, CA: “Cheek
Contouring,” course and paper, September 15-20, 1993.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC, Grand rounds: “Modified Universal Tiplasty—A New
Approach in Reconstructive Surgery of the Nose,” May 17, 1994.

American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, Minneapolis, MN: “Modified Universal
Tiplasty—Treatment of the Bulbous Tip,” presentation, September 10-15, 1994.

World Congress on Rhinoplasty, Philadelphia, PA; American Academy of Cosmetic
Surgery: “Closed Structure Universal Tiplasty—New Alternatives in Facial Plastic
Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck,” April 29-May 1, 1994.

New Jersey Academy of Otolaryngology: Head and Neck, 11th Annual Symposium on
Facial Plastic Surgery, Holmdel, NJ, “New Advances of Facial Contouring in Surgery,”
March 11, 1995.

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, 11th Annual Scientific Meeting, Los Angeles,
CA. 1. Course: “Closed Structure Rhinoplasty.” 2. Paper: “Revision Rhinoplasty Using
Closed Structure Approach.” January 20-22, 1995.

Bergen County Society of Otolaryngology, Bergen County, NJ, course: “New
Techniques in Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck,” April 10, 1995.
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Mount Sinai Hospital 42nd Annual Goldman Seminar of Rhinoplasty, NYC: “New
Techniques in Nasal Tip Sculpting,” March 20, 1995.

American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Foundation, New Orleans, LA:
Closed Structure Tiplasty, course and presentation: “Nasal Memory Surgery: A New
Approach to a More Natural Nose,” September 15, 1995.

Annual Winter Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery, Snowmass, CO; New Techniques
in Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck: “Memory Surgery,” January 20, 1995.

Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery 3rd Annual Winter Symposium, Snowmass, CO:
“Alternative Techniques in Rhinoplasty,” February 6-10, 1996.

Rhinoplasty ’96, Atlanta, GA. 1. Lecture, “New Approaches to Rhinoplasty: Closed
Structure,” 2. Panel, “Revision Rhinoplasty.” March 14-17, 1996.

University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey, Newark, NJ; Department of
Otolaryngology grand rounds invited lecturer: “Rhinoplasty: State of the Art,” October
30, 1996.

American Academy of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting,
Washington, DC. Course: Tobias G and Binder W. “Closed Structure Universal
Tiplasty.” September 15, 1996.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC, Goldman Rhinoplasty Lecture: “Advanced Techniques in
Rhinoplasty.” June 17, 1997.

Cottle International Rhinology Centennial, Philadelphia, PA, lecture: “Surgery of the
Bulbous and Overprojected Nasal Tip.” June 5-8, 1997.

Annual Winter Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, Snowmass, CO: lecture: “Closed
Structure Tiplasty: Latest Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery.” March 16-20, 1997.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery annual fall meeting,
San Francisco, CA, paper: “Total Nasal Reconstruction.” September 4-6, 1997.

American Academy of Otolaryngology, San Francisco, CA, course: Tobias G and Binder
W. “Closed Structure Rhinoplasty.” September 6-10, 1997.

Winter Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, Snowmass, CO; lecture: “New Concepts in
Rhinoplasty.” March 15, 1998.

Tufts University Medical School, Boston, MA, Keynote speaker, grand rounds: “New
Techniques in Facial Plastic Surgery.” May 8-10, 1998.
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7th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery, Orlando, FL. Masters seminar:
“Closed Structure Tiplasty.” June 6-10, 1998.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery annual meeting, San
Antonio, TX. Masters seminar: “Total Nasal Reconstruction: A New Approach to
Rhinoplasty.” September 10-12, 1998.

American Academy of Otolaryngology, San Antonio, TX, course: Tobias G and Binder
W. “Rhinoplasty Technique.” September 12-18, 1998.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, fall meeting,
Minneapolis, MN. Comprehensive masters seminar course on Rhinoplasty Litigation.
September 9, 1999.

American Academy of Otolaryngology annual meeting, New Orleans, LA: Tobias G. and
Binder W. Rhinoplasty Course. September 26-29, 1999.

University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey, Newark, NJ; invited speaker, grand
rounds: “Avoiding Complications of Rhinoplasty.” December 12, 1999.

7th Annual Winter Symposium on Latest Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery, Vail, CO.
1. Lecture: “What’s Wrong with Rhinoplasty Today?” 2. Panel: “Correcting Nasal
Obstruction.” March 26-30, 2000.

Rhinoplasty Society 5th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL: “Ethnic Rhinoplasty.” May 11,
2000.

Alumni in Plastic Surgery 48th Annual Scientific Meeting, SUNY-Downstate Medical
Center, Brooklyn, NY, keynote speaker, “Advances in Rhinoplasty.” June 3, 2000.

Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NYC, Goldman Seminar on Rhinoplasty. 1. “Mid-
Facial Contouring Surgery” 2. “Problems in Rhinoplasty.” June 15, 2000.

Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NYC: grand rounds, “Complications in Rhinoplasty.”
November 15, 2000.

University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey, Newark, NJ: lecture, “Complications
in Rhinoplasty.” March 20, 2000.

New Jersey Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and The Academy of
Medicine in New Jersey 17th Annual Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery. Panel: “The
Saddle Nose Deformity, Contemporary Techniques in Facial Reconstruction,
Management of the Dissatisfied Patient.” March 22, 2000.
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American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 7th Annual Winter
Symposium, Vail Colorado. “Rhinoplasty Revision: What’s Wrong With Rhinoplasty
Today?” “The New Universal Rhinoplasty.” March 27, 2000.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Grand rounds: April 26, 2000.

Rhinoplasty Society 5th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL: “Radical Endonasal Lobular
Reconstruction in the Ethnic Rhinoplasty.” May 11, 2000.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Grand rounds: “Cutting Edge of New Rhinoplasty
Techniques.” June 3, 2000.

45th Annual Goldman Seminar on Advanced Rhinoplasty: Panel, “Revision Rhinoplasty.”
June 6, 2000.

American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation, Washington,
DC. Course: “Closed Structure Rhinoplasty: An Effective Endonasal Alternative to
Open.” September 25, 2000.

The Page and William Black Postgraduate School, The Mount Sinai School of Medicine,
NYC; 6th Annual Alumni Symposium and Joseph Goldman Lecture: “Alternative to
Open Rhinoplasty.” October 6, 2000.

University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey, Newark, NJ; New Jersey Academy of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and Academy of Medicine of New Jersey 18th
Annual Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, joint lecture and panel discussion:
“Treatment Options in Periorbital and Upper Facial Rejuvenation.” March 21, 2001.

Rhinoplasty Society Meeting 6th Annual Meeting, New York Hilton, NYC: “Engineering
Cartilage Growth and Development.” May 3, 2001.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Residents’ Lecture: “Complications of Rhinoplasty.” May
24, 2001.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Grand Rounds: “Correcting Nasal Obstruction.” May 31,
2001.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Research Day: “New Techniques in Rhinoplasty.” June 15,
2001.

II Triological Congress of Otorhinolaryngology Meeting, Goiania, Brazil,
“Reconstructive Nasal Tiplasty,” Roundtable: “Nasal Plastic Surgery.” August 21, 2001.

American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Meeting,
Denver, CO. Lecture: “Universal Endonasal Structure Rhinoplasty: A Contemporary
Alternative to the Open Tiplasty Approach.” September 10, 2001.
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Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC; 7th Annual Combined Otolaryngology Alumni Symposium
and Joseph Goldman Lecture: “Dorsal Nasal Reconstruction.” September 28, 2001.
19th Annual Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, PNC Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ:
lecture, “Controversies in Facial Plastic Surgery - Endonasal Rhinoplasty, New
Approaches.” March 13, 2002.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 8th International
Symposium of Facial Surgeons, Marriott Marquis, NYC. “Revision Rhinoplasty.” May 2,
2002.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC; 8th Annual Combined Otolaryngology Alumni Symposium
and Joseph Goldman Lecture: “Office Otology: Contemporary Approaches to Nasal
Surgery.” October 11, 2002.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 10th Annual Winter
Symposium, Snowmass, CO: lecture, “Revision Rhinoplasty.” February 19, 2003.

The Rhinoplasty Society 8th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA: lecture, “Endonasal Revision
of Open Rhinoplasty Failures.” May 15, 2003.

University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey, Newark, NJ: Grand rounds,
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, “Advanced Rhinoplasty Techniques.” June 11,
2003.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Meeting,
Orlando, FL: lecture, “Endonasal Revision of Open Rhinoplasty Failures.” Panel:
“Overprojected Nasal Tip.” September 18, 2003.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. Grand rounds, “Rhinoplasty Advances.” October 30, 2003.

The Rhinoplasty Society 9th Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada: lecture, “Closed
Structure Rhinoplasty.” Panel: “Graft Misadventures and Solutions.” April 15, 2004.

Greater NY Residency Program, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY: “The Future
of Rhinoplasty.” September 20, 2004.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Washington, DC.
Paper presented: “Etiology and Treatment of Rhinoplasty Failures.” September 22, 2004.

American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Rhinoplasty Society Symposium, New
Orleans, LA: “Reducing Secondary Rhinoplasties.” April 28, 2005.

The Rhinoplasty Society 10th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 28, 2005.
      1. Panel: “Rhinoplasty and Malpractice-Case Analysis and Insight.”
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       2. Panel: “Preventing Nasal Dorsum Related Secondary Procedures.”
       3. Panel: “Avoiding Tip Imperfection.”
       4. Presentation: “Endonasal Approach to the Dorsum, Avoiding Flaws.”
       5. Presentation: “Tip and Lobule-Closed Technique.”

Columbia University Medical Center, NYC. Harkness Pavilion grand rounds:
“Contemporary Rhinoplasty Disasters-How to Avoid Them.” May 12, 2005.

Advanced Techniques Using Facial Implants-A Unique Hands-on Cadaver Lab and
Lecture Workshop, St. Louis, MO. Implantech Research Lecture: “Dorsal Nasal
Reconstructions with Implants.” September 9, 2005.

American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Meeting-
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fall Meeting. Spoke
against: Resolved Open Septorhinpolasty, etc. Course: “New Techniques in
Rhinoplasty.” September 21, 2005.

Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC. 11th Annual Combined Otolaryngology Alumni Symposium
and Joseph Goldman Lecture: “Open Versus Closed Rhinoplasty.” October 28, 2005.

Afternoon of Rhinoplasty/Beth Israel New York Facial Plastic Surgery Society. The New
York Eye and Ear Infirmary Department of Otolaryngology, grand rounds roundtable
discussion: “The Case for Open Rhinoplasty Approach.” December 1, 2005.

The Rhinoplasty Society 11th Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, FL. Panel: “Your
Most Interesting/Challenging Case.” Lecture: “Improving Tip Definition with Facet
Grafts.” April 20, 2006.

Combined Rhinoplasty Society/Aesthetic Society Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, FL:
“Primary Rhinoplasty: Optimizing Results.” April 21, 2006.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 9th International
Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery, Las Vegas, NV. Moderator of panel: “What is the
Place for Contemporary Endonasal Rhinoplasty.” May 4, 2006.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fall Meeting, Toronto,
Canada. September 14, 2006.
      1. Panel: “Controversies in Rhinoplasty.”
      2. Presentation: "The Evolution of Rhinoplasty-Confluence of Open vs Closed
      Debate."
      3. Presentation: "A New Technique To Create Dome Definition-The Facet Graft."

The Mount Sinai School of Medicine Page and William Black Postgraduate School, 12th
Annual Combined Alumni Symposium & Joseph Goldman Lecture: “New Concepts in
Rhinoplasty.” October 27, 2006.
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American Academy of Facial Plasic and Reconstructive Surgery, Advances in
Rhinoplasty, "Anatomic Intranasal Techniques" presentation, June 30, 2007, Boston,
Massachusetts

The Page and William Black Post-Graduate School, The Mount Sinai School of
Medicine, 13th Annual Combined Otolaryngology Alumni Symposium and Joseph
Goldman Lecture, October 19, 2007, New York, New York

New York University School of Medicine, Post-Graduate School, Rhinoplasty and The
Central Face, "A Practical Approach to Endonasal Ethnic Rhinoplasty" presentation,
April 18, 2008, New York, New York

New Jersey Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, New Jersey Academy
of Facial Plastic Surgery and St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center 25th Annual
Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery, "A Compelling New Universal Endonasal
Alternative to Open Rhinoplasty" presentation, April 23, 2008, Holmdel, New Jersey

The Rhinoplasty Society 13th Annual Meeting, "An Improved Endonasal Tiplasty
Technique Presented Via 3-D Computer Animated Images, presentation; Panel
participation: "The Ethnic Nose", May 1, 2008, San Diego, California

 American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Fall Meeting,
"Revision of Open Rhinoplasty Failures With A New
Endonasal Technique: The Anatomic Rhinoplasty" presentation, September 18, 2008,
Chicago, Illinois

The Rhinoplasty Society 14th Annual Meeting, "Presentation of Endonasal Anatomic
Rhinoplasty Using A Life Size Teaching Model", presentation; Panel participation:
"Challenging Secondary Cases", May 1, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Advances in
Rhinoplasty, Panel participation: "Revision Rhinoplasty", Panel participation: "Tip
Technique in the Closed Approach", June 11, 2009, Seattle, Washington

The Rhinoplasty Society 15th Annual Meeting, Panel participation, “My Bad
Rhinoplasties-(How to Avoid Secondary Rhinoplasty)”, April 22, 2010, Washington,
D.C.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 10th International
Symposium of Facial and Plastic Surgery, Panel participation, “Revision Rhinoplasty”,
April 28, 2010, Hollywood, Florida

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, The Aesthetic Meeting 2011,
Presentation: “Endonasal Anatomic Rhinoplasty, A New Technique In Closed
Rhinoplasty”, May 7, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts
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PUBLICATIONS
Peer reviewed original contributions-

1. Chang SC, Rowley JA, Tobias G, Genes NG, Roy AK, Mooney DJ, Vacanti CA,
   Bonassar LJ. Injection molding of chondrocyte/alginate constructs in the shape of
   facial implants. J Biomed Mater Res. 2001;55(4):503-11.

2. Rotter N, Bonassar LJ, Tobias G, Lebl M, Roy AK, Vacanti CA. Age dependence of
   cellular properties of human septal cartilage: implications for tissue engineering. Arch
   Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2001;127(10):1248-1252.

3. Rotter N, Tobias G, Lebl M, Roy AK, Hansen MC, Vacanti CA, Bonassar LJ. Age-
   related changes in the composition and mechanical properties of human nasal
   cartilage. Arch Biochem Biophys. 2002 Jul 1;403(1):132-140.

4. Chang SC, Tobias G, Roy AK, Vacanti CA, Bonassar LJ. Tissue Engineering of
   Autologous Cartilage for Craniofacial Reconstruction by Injection Molding. Plast
   Reconstr Surg. 2003 Sep;112(3):793-9; discussion 800-801.

5. Kaufman MR, Tobias GW. Engineering cartilage growth and development. Clin Plast
   Surg. 2003;30(4):539-546.

Chapters in books-
Tobias GW and Binder WJ. Perioperative Approaches for Efficient and Improved Results
in Outpatient Rhinoplasty Office-Based Surgery in Blitzer A, Pillsbury HC, Jahn AF,
Binder WJ (editors): Office-Based Surgery in Otolaryngology. New York: Thieme; 1998.
Pages 215-230.

Binder WJ, Moelleken B, Tobias GW. Aesthetic Facial Implants in Papel ID (editor):
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition. Thieme: New York; 2002.
Pages 277-285,

The Masters Educational Series, Volume VI, New York, N.Y. “How to Successfully Use
Nasal and Chin Implants in Rhinoplasty” Case Studies: Difficult Cases & Complications.
2006.



CITATIONS

   1. “I Want Cosmetic Surgery, Now What?” by Jodie Green, Silver Lining Books,
      New York: The Basic Nose Job. Page 86.
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2. “Age Erasers for Men” by Doug Dollemore, Mark Giuliucci and the Editors of
   Men’s Health Magazine. Cosmetic Surgery-More Men Are Opting for a Nip and
   Tuck. Page 408.

				
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