Ladies: Are you Losing Your Hair and Wondering Why?
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Learn from our physician experts how they determine why a woman may be losing her hair and what they may recommend.
Invited Guest Speaker
Dr. Antonella Tosti, Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery, University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine. She is also the President of the American Hair Research Society
ISHRS Member Speakers
Dr. Jennifer Krejci is a board certified Dermatologist and an expert in hair restoration in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Krejci received her undergraduate degree in Speech-Communications at Trinity University in San Antonio. She attended Medical School at the University of Texas in Houston, completed her Dermatology residency at the University of Kansas and a research fellowship at Wake Forest University.
Dr. Krejci is the Medical Director of the prestigious Limmer Hair Transplant Center and a Clinic Professor of Dermatology at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio. In addition to her expertise in hair restoration, she is passionate about teaching tomorrow’s doctors and providing dermatologic care to our Nation’s Veterans at Audie Murphy Veterans Hospital. She has numerous publications in dermatology and speaks internationally.
Paul Cotterill, MD, FISHRS operates his hair transplant clinic in Toronto, Canada, and has an office in Manhattan to see patients for consultation. He received his Bachelor of Science, with honours, from McGill University and later his degree in medicine from the University of Toronto, after which he completed two years of surgical residency in orthopedic surgery and then went on to train with Dr. Walter Unger in a medical practice limited entirely to hair restoration and transplantation in both men and women. Dr. Cotterill has been practicing hair restoration exclusively for over 32 years and tries to work with all patients and their unique situations.
Dr. Cotterill has also lectured internationally on hair transplantation. He is the author of numerous articles published in many diverse medical journals, as well as authoring chapters in many medical texts. He authored a chapter entitled Hair Transplantation in Women in the foremost medical reference textbook Hair Transplantation, 3rd Edition.
Dr. Nicole Rogers is a fellowship-trained hair transplant surgeon and board-certified dermatologist. She and her team of highly trained technicians have successfully treated hundreds of patients with hair loss using the most cutting-edge techniques.
She graduated with honors from Harvard University and moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane Medical School. As a dermatology resident at Tulane she was chief resident and helped rebuild the training program after hurricane Katrina. She spent a year-long fellowship studying hair transplantation in Manhattan before returning to New Orleans to practice.