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1. Combining the Best of Laser, Phototherapy, Fillers and Botox for Optimum
   Outcomes in Aesthetic and Anti-aging Treatments.
   Presented at Laser Europe 2008, the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the European
   Society for Laser Aesthetic Surgery, Florence, Italy. May 11, 2008

2. Office Safety for Laser Use.
   Presented at Patient Safety in Cosmetic Surgery fo the Head and Neck, program
   sponsored by Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill
   Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, April 12, 2008

3. Practice Safe Sun! Presented to the executive editorial staff of Hearst
   Magazines, June 26, 2007.

4. Application of Dermoscopy to Early Diagnosis and Prevention of Melanoma.
   Presented at the Dermatology Foundation Clinical Symposia on Advances in
   Dermatology, March 15, 2007.

5. New Techniques to Reverse Photodamage and Photoaging. Presented at the
   Dermatology Foundation Clinical Symposia on Advances in Dermatology, March
   15, 2007.

6. Syphilis and How the West Was Won. Presented at the annual meeting of the
   American Academy of Dermatology, February 1, 2007, Washington, DC.

7. A Review of the Non-Dermatological Literature of Cutting Edge Developments in
   Dermatological Therapy. Presented at the Ninth Annual Mount Sinai Winter
   Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology, December 8,
   2006, New York, NY.

8. Co-director, Ninth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
   Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 8-10, 2006 at the
   Mount Sinai Medical Center.

9. Co-director, Ninth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
   Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 8-10, 2006 at the
   Mount Sinai Medical Center.

10. Presented the Marion B. Sulzberger Toast at the annual meeting of the History of
    Dermatology Society, March 2, 2006, San Francisco, CA.

11. New Strategies for Melanoma Prevention. Presented at the International
    Dermatology Exchange Program of the Skin Cancer Foundation, January 23,
    2006, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

12. Lunchtime Rejuvenation. Presented December 11, 2005 at the Eighth Annual
    Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical
    Dermatology.
13. A Review of the Non-Dermatological Literature of Interest to Dermatologists.
    Presented December 10, 2005 at the Eighth Annual Mount Sinai Winter
    Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology.

14. Co-director, Eighth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 9-11, 2005 at the
    Mount Sinai Medical Center.

15. Lunchtime Rejuvenation: Combining Modalities of Microdermabrasion, Chemical
    Peels, Lasers, Botox and Fillers for the Best Lunchtime Rejuvenation With
    Minimal or No Downtime. Presented at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital
    course entitled Fillers, Injectables and Lasers for Facial Rejuvenation/Aesthetic
    Surgery of the Aging Face, November 16, 2005, New York, NY.

16. New Techniques in Botox Administration. Presented at Manhattan Eye, Ear and
    Throat Hospital course entitled Fillers, Injectables and Lasers for Facial
    Rejuvenation/Aesthetic Surgery of the Aging Face, November 16, 2005, New
    York, NY.

17. How to Reverse Photodamage and Actinically Damaged Skin and Improve
    Chronologically Aged Skin. Presented at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat
    Hospital course entitled Fillers, Injectables and Lasers for Facial
    Rejuvenation/Aesthetic Surgery of the Aging Face, November 16, 2005, New
    York, NY.

18. Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Acne Rosacea. Presented as Visiting
    Professor September 23, 2005 at Grand Rounds of the Department of
    Ophthalmology, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, NY.

19. Diseases of The Skin and Eye Frequently Seen in Consultation: Diagnosis,
    Therapy and Pathophysiology. Presented as Visiting Professor September 22,
    2005 in the Department of Ophthalmology, The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary,
    New York, NY.

20. Facial Rejuvenation. Presented May 22, 2005 at the 22nd International Congress
    of the French Society of Aesthetic Surgery, Paris, France.

21. New Advances in Dermatologic Therapies. Presented December 12, 2004 at the
    Seventh Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and
    Surgical Dermatology.

22. Putting it All Together: Using The Latest Technologies to Achieve Maximum
    Results with No Downtime. Presented December 12, 2004 at the Seventh
    Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical
    Dermatology.

23. Co-director, Seventh Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 12-14, 2004 at the
    Mount Sinai Medical Center.
24. Visiting Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Albert Einstein
    College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Dermatological Problems of Pregnancy and of
    the Female Genitalia. Presented at Grand Rounds October 4, 2004.

25. Reversing the Hands of Time – Combining Chemoprevention, Peels and Lasers
    to Achieve Optimum Results. Presented January 15, 2004 at the Orlando
    Cosmetic Dermatology Convention, Orlando, FL.

26. Practical Dermatoscopy and Use of the Molemax. Presented December 7, 2003
    at the Sixth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and
    Surgical Dermatology.

27. Recent Developments in Dermatology. Presented December 7, 2003 at the
    Sixth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and
    Surgical Dermatology.

28. Cosmoderm and Chemical Peels. Presented December 6, 2003 at the Sixth
    Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical
    Dermatology.

29. Co-director, Sixth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 5-7, 2003 at the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center.

30. Latest Uses of Lasers in Dermatology. Presented September 19, 2003 at the
    International Symposium of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons, San Diego, CA.

31. Workshop on Aesthetic Use of Botulinum Toxin Type A. Presented January 31,
    2003 at Dermacon 2003, the 31st National Conference of Indian Dermatologists,
    Venereologists and Leprologists, Calcutta, India.

32. Botulinum Toxin in Dermatology. Presented January 30, 2003 as invited keynote
    speaker, Dermacon 2003, the 31st National Conference of Indian Dermatologists,
    Venereologists and Leprologists, Calcutta, India.

33. Innovations in Dermatologic Therapy. Presented December 15, 2002 at the Fifth
    Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical
    Dermatology.

34. Facial and Skin Rejuvenation without Downtime. Presented December 14, 2002
    at the Fifth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and
    Surgical Dermatology.

35. Round Table Discussion Leader on Dermatoscopy. Presented December 14,
    2002 at the Fifth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical
    and Surgical Dermatology.

36. Co-director, Fifth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical
    and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 13-15, 2002 at the Mount Sinai
    Medical Center.
37. Adapting Today’s Dermatology Practice to Tomorrow’s Challenges and
    Opportunities. Presented October 23, 2002 to the Westchester County
    Dermatology Society, Chappaqua, New York.

38. New Developments in Skin Rejuvenation. Presented October 17, 2002 at the
    Meeting of the Dermatology Society of Greater New York, New York City.

39. Challenges, Caveats and Opportunities: A Review of the Year’s Literature.
    Presented December 9, 2001 at the Fourth Annual Mount Sinai Winter
    Symposium on Advances in medical and Surgical Dermatology at the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center.

40. Workshop on Lunchtime Rejuvenation. Presented December 8, 2001 at the
    Fourth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in medical and
    Surgical Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

41. Peels, Microdermabrasion and Non-Ablative Resurfacing. Presented December
    7, 2001 at the Fourth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    medical and Surgical Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

42. Co-director, Fourth Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    Medical and Surgical Dermatology, presented December 7-9, 2001 at the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center.

43. Innovative Uses of Laser for Hair Removal. Presented at the Annual Meeting of
    Cosmetic Laser Surgeons, April 28, 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada.

44. New Approaches to Managing Hyperplastic, Premalignant and Malignant Skin
    Disease. Presented December 10, 2000 at the Third Annual Mount Sinai Winter
    Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology at the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center.

45. Workshop Director, Lunchtime Rejuvenation. Presented December 9, 2000 at
    the Third Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and
    Surgical dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

46. New Wrinkles in Skin Rejuvenation. Presented December 8, 2000 at the Third
    Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in Medical and Surgical
    Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

47. Co-director, Third Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium on Advances in
    Medical and Surgical Dermatology. Presented December 8-10, 2000 at the
    Mount Sinai Medical Center.

48. Current Developments in the Pathophysiology and Management of Acne
    Rosacea. Presented December 12, 1999 at program on Advances in Medical
    and Surgical Dermatology for the New Millennium at the Mount Sinai Medical
    Center.
49. Facial Rejuvenation for the Busy Patient. Presented December 10, 1999 at
    program on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology for the New
    Millennium at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

50. Director of program on Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology for the
    New Millennium, presented December 10-12, 1999 at the Mount Sinai Medical
    Center.

51. Co-Director, Update on Multidisciplinary Facial Aesthetics. Presented at the
    Mount Sinai Medical Center on December 10, 1999.

52. New Approaches to Management and Diagnosis of Malignant Melanoma, with
    Emphasis on Digital Epiluminescence Microscopy. Presented December 13,
    1998 at program on Advances in Dermatologic Diagnosis and Therapeutics for
    the Next Millennium at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

53. Co-Director of program on Advances in Dermatologic Diagnosis and
    Therapeutics for the Next Millennium. Presented December 13, 1998 at the
    Mount Sinai Medical Center.

54. Topical Therapy for Facial Rejuvenation. Presented March 15, 1998 at the
    Multidisciplinary Facial Aesthetic Symposium at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

55. Co-Director, Multidisciplinary Facial Aesthetic Symposium. Presented March 15,
    1998 at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

56. A Dermatologist Looks at the Vulva. Presented December 5, 1997 at the Mount
    Sinai Medical Center One-Day Concise Clinical Post-Graduate Course on
    Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.

57. Life Threatening Dermatoses. Presented January 21, 1992 at Astoria General
    Hospital for Mount Sinai Graduate School “Teaching Days.”

58. Skin Diseases Caused by Aquatic Organisms. Presented January 19, 1992 at
    Association of Attending Staff of the Mount Sinai Hospital Fourteenth Annual
    Medical Symposium. Medical Update 1992.

59. The Dermatologist’s Role in Diagnosis and Therapy of Malignant Melanoma.
    Presented March 24, 1990. Conference held at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

60. Dermatologic Signs of Internal Disease - “The Spotted Trail”. Presented May 25,
    1985 at meeting of Associated Attending Staff of the Mount Sinai Medical Center.
    Update 1985.

61. Effects of Sun Exposure on the Aging of Skin and Skin Cancer. Presented May
    27, 1984 at meeting of Associated Attending Staff of the Mount Sinai Medical
    Center. Update 1984.

62. Dermatological Complications of Pregnancy. Presented in Jerusalem, Israel as
    part of course on Medical, Surgical and Gynecological Complications of
    Pregnancy, October 1985.
63. Chairman of American Physicians’ Fellowship. International Seminar on
    Dermatology. Held in Jerusalem, Beersheba, Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel October
    12-25, 1982. Faculty members included Martin Carmer, M.D., Professor and
    Chairman, Department of Dermatology of the Rockefeller University and Cornell
    University Medical Center; William Eaglestein, M.D., Professor and Chairman,
    Department of Dermatology, University of Pittsburgh College of Medicine; Steven
    Katz, M.D., Chief, Dermatology Branch, National Cancer Institute; and Beno
    Michel, M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology, Case Western Reserve
    Medical School.

64. Tumors and Other Lesions – Cutaneous Genital Lesions. Presented at Mount
    Sinai Hospital, Department of Urology, Grand Rounds, Spring 1981.

65. Complications of Herpes Simplex in Pregnancy and the Newborn. Presented in
    course on Medical and Surgical Complications of Pregnancy, Page and William
    Black Post-Graduate School of Medicine of Mount Sinai School of Medicine,
    December 11, 1981.

66. Office Dermatology. Mount Sinai Teaching Days. Page and William Black Post-
    Graduate School of Medicine of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, February 10,
    1981.

67. Dermatology Advances, 1981. Presented May 21, 1981 at Mount Sinai Spring
    Symposium, Update 1981, Charleston, South Carolina.

68. Management of Cutaneous Tumors. Presented February 27, 1981 at meeting of
    American Physicians’ Fellowship, co-sponsored by Mount Sinai Medical Center
    of Miami Beach.

69. Cutaneous Aspects of Internal Malignancies. Presented February 29, 1980 at
    meeting of American Physicians’ Fellowship, co-sponsored by Mount Sinai
    Medical Center of Miami Beach.

70. Dermatological Lesions of Interest to the Urologist. Grand Rounds, Department
    of Urology, Beth Israel Medical Center, September 13, 1979.

71. Syphilis in Pregnancy. Grand Rounds, Department of Obstetrics, Mount Sinai
    Medical School, June 14, 1979.

72. Herpes Gestationis. Grand Rounds, Department of Obstetrics, Mount Sinai
    Medical School, February 20, 1979.

73. Cutaneous Manifestations of Diabetes. Grand Rounds, Division of Diabetes,
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine, September 25, 1978.

74. Epidermolysis Bullosa. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai
    Medical School, September 18, 1978.

75. Cutaneous Manifestations of Drug Reactions. Presented May 26, 1979 at
    Second Mount Sinai AAS Symposium – Medical Update 1979.
76. Significant Cutaneous Tumors. Presented May 26, 1978 at First Mount Sinai
    AAS Symposium – Medical Update 1979.

77. Malignant Melanoma. Presented March 3, 1977 at meeting of American
    Physician’s Fellowship.

78. Investigation and Work-Up for Urticaria. Presented March 1, 1977 at meeting of
    American Physicians’ Fellowship.

79. Tumors of the Skin. Presented February 25, 1975 at meeting of American
    Physicians’ Fellowship.

80. Current Concepts of Mycosis Fungoides. Presented February 7, 1974 at
    meeting of American Physicians’ Fellowship.

81. Circumcision Prevents Cancer – Phallus or Phallusy? Presented January 18,
    1973 at meeting of the Dermatology Society of Greater New York.

82. Sea Urchin Dermatitis. Presented March 15, 1973 at meeting of the
    Dermatology Society of Greater New York.

83. Pyoderma Gangrenosum in a Patient with Diverticular Disease. Presented at the
    Gross and Microscopic Dermatology Symposium of the American Academy of
    Dermatology, December 3, 1977.

84. An Unusual Manifestation of Fixed Drug Eruption to Tetracycline. Presented at
    the Gross and Microscopic Dermatology Symposium of the American Academy
    of Dermatology, December 8, 1974.

								
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