Matarasso and Pusic Take Helm at ASPS and PSF
Alan Matarasso, MD, clinical professor of surgery at Northwell Health System/Hofstra University, Zuckerman School of Medicine and a private-practice plastic surgeon based in New York City, is the new president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Andrea Pusic, MD, chief of plastic surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Joseph E. Murray Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, was elected president of The Plastic Surgery Foundation , which supports the research and international activities of the ASPS. Both surgeons took office in September at Plastic Surgery The Meeting, the annual conference of the ASPS, and will serve for one year.
A graduate of the University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine, Dr. Matarasso trained in general surgery and plastic surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Hospital. He completed a fellowship in cosmetic surgery at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital/Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery-New York University...
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