Dr. Rod Rohrich is currently on the faculty of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center as professor of plastic surgery. Based in Dallas, Dr. Rohrich is known as one of the top plastic surgeons in the United States. In February and March of this year, Dr. Rohrich will be participating in three conferences. From February 8 – 10, he will be in Miami sharing his expertise at the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. As a member of the symposium’s faculty, Dr. Rohrich will be moderating panels dealing with Lower Lid Blepharoplasty and Body Contour Surgery. He will also be lecturing and for the live surgery portion of the the symposium, he will be doing a Primary Open Rhinoplasty.Dr. Rohrich will return to Dallas to attend the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting which will be held from February 28 – March 1. As the chairman and organizer for this event, he brings in an esteemed faculty that will go over all the latest advances in cosmetic surgery techniques. Beginning on March 2, Dr. Rohrich will be involved in the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting, which he also chairs. Experts will be brought in to discuss the latest issues in rhinoplasty surgery. Both conferences will give participants a fresh cadaver lab so they can get involved in actual procedures and techniques. Dr. Rohrich will moderate several panel sessions in each meeting.
In additions to his teaching duties, Dr. Rohrich maintains a practice at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, the Zale Lipshy University Hospital, and the Tom Landry Sports Center/Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. A native of North Dakota, he attended North Dakota State University, the University of North Dakota,and he graduated with honors from the Baylor University College of Medicine. He completed residencies in general and plastic surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He also attended Oxford University in England where he trained in pediatric plastic surgery.Dr. Rohrich has traveled throughout Third World countries, teaching and performing plastic surgery, with an emphasis on helping children with congenital deformities and severe burn issues. Every year he chooses to support a medical student who will go back to North Dakota and be involved in primary care. Dr. Rohrich is active in civic and community affairs and has served on the Board of Directors for the Dallas Chapter of the American Cancer Society, the March of Dimes, and Save the Children-Dallas.
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