Ortho Dermatologics Announces Aspire Scholarship Recipients
Ortho Dermatologics, a division of Bausch Health Companies, has announced the 2018 honorees of its Aspire Higher program, which since 2013 has granted more than $450,000 in scholarships to students who have been affected by dermatologic conditions. This year nine students will receive scholarships of $10,000 each to pursue graduate or undergraduate degrees at an accredited, nonprofit, two- or four-year college, university, or advanced vocational or technical school.
The 2018 Aspire Higher recipients were selected from nearly 1,200 applicants, based in part on essays sharing their experiences living with a dermatologic condition, as well as the role that a dermatologist, physician assistant or nurse practitioner has played in helping treat it. The program recognizes students at varying stages of their educational careers through scholarships in three categories, including the Undergraduate Scholar Awards for those pursuing undergraduate degrees, the Graduate Scholar Awards for those...
The last Posts from "Surgical Aesthetics Magazine"
- Triggering Immunity
- Cynosure To Distribute Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen System in Aesthetics Market
- Hong Kong Researchers Debut Novel Self-fitting Scaffold for Bone Regeneration
- Liquefaction Liposuction Offers Faster Extraction and Less Downtime
- RealSelf Appoints First Chief Medical Officer
- Merz Creates Americas Region and Expands Rhatigan's Role
- Bonti Announces Results of Phase 2a Scar Reduction Clinical Study
- New Book Covers the Latest in Noninvasive and Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
- Experimental Drug Reverses Hair Loss and Skin Damage in Mice
- ASAPS Launches Task Force To Research Brazilian Buttock Lift Complications
- Addressing the FDA Warning on Vaginal Rejuvenation Devices
- Hitting the Mark
- Altavilla Promoted to COO of Suneva Medical
- PDL Offers Long-Term Efficacy in Rosacea Patients
- Majority of Women Want Younger-Looking Hands
- AmSpa and IALA Announce Merger
- EpigenCare Files Patent for Personalized Consumer Skincare Testing Technology
- FDA Clears Vbeam Prima PDL for Sale in the U.S
- Study of Nano-Pulse Stimulation for Sebaceous Hyperplasia Launched
The headlines of Master Doctor
Burn Fat and Build Muscle With This Upper-Body Dumbbell Workout
If you want to increase your upper-body strength and start seeing muscle definition in your arms , you've got to start doing upper-body workouts. Your arms aren't going to...
Pet owners are using their animals' drugs
Vets often resort to prescribing human opioids to pets because only one is approved for animals. The FDA issued a plea to veterinarians to think about the wider impact of their...
Guidelines to Do Further Research With Parkinson's Biomarker Published
A slate of guidelines have been published to shape the future of Parkinson's biomarker research.
Building on nature: Scientists improve on a plastic-digesting enzyme to stem...
Plastic products are a considerable part of modern civilization, but disposing of them is one of today's greatest environmental problems. A research team at Rensselaer...
Are YOU a sufferer? New data from the CDC shows asthma is costing the U.S...
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , asthma costs the U.S. economy more than $80 billion each year “in medical expenses, missed work, and...
Survive colon cancer by eating more Omega-3s, says new study
An observational study has concluded that increasing your intake of omega-3s found in oily fish can reduce your risk of dying from colon cancer by 70 percent. These findings...
Quit Smoking to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Risk Related to Type 2 Diabetes
Smoking and diabetes are the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease. However, risk of cardiovascular disease can be reduced by quitting smoking and with proper treatments.
Contact Lens Stuck Under Woman's Eyelid for Years
Doctors determined she had a cyst. When they removed it, the cyst broke open and revealed a hard contact lens, according to a paper published recently in the journal BMJ Case...
‘Skinny Fat' In Older Adults May Predict Dementia, Alzheimer's Risk
Some adults, including the elderly, have a condition doctors refer to as skinny fat. This is when muscle mass is reduced compared to what might be normal for that person. Many...
Resistance Training and Exercise-motivation Go Hand-in-hand
Resistance training improves exercise motivation in the elderly, as resistance training can increase muscle strength and functional capacity.