Rod J. Rohrich is a doctor and and professor actively working, world renown and considered the best in the plastic surgery field. He teaches at UT Southwestern Medical Center and is skilled in the restoration of youthfulness and definition to the body.At the start of 2018, doctor Rod J. Rohrich will be taking part in three symposia, where he will be considerably involved. The Baker Gordon Educational Symposium, in its 52nd edition, will occur from February 8 to 10 in Miami, Florida. At this event, Dr. Rohrich will have active participation in a total of four panels, one of which will enjoy one of his lectures. Additionally, he will perform live Primary Open Rhinoplasty.
From February 28th to March 1st, the doctor will attend the 21st edition of the Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting. It is an event that he organized and one in which he will moderate all panels. It will bring together a group of top-rate professionals who will discuss the latest developments in areas such as vaginal rejuvenation, skin care and patient safety, among others.The very next day, he will attend 35th edition of the Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting, one which he also organized. This event will take place March 2nd and 3rd, and will also bring together specialists in the Rhynoplasty field. The topics to be covered will range from the latest innovations to common problems. The doctor will moderate five panel discussions and a DVD, as well as give numerous lectures on various Rhynoplasty topics, and take part in the production of a video.
Doctor Rod J. Rohrich is a graduate of North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota where he obtained his undergraduate, as well as his postgraduate degrees. His medical training was obtained at Baylor University College of Medicine and completed residencies in general and plastic surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center. At Oxford University and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, he completed additional training in pediatric plastic surgery and a hand and microvascular fellowship, respectively.He is also a philanthropist, having served on the boards of the March of Dimes, Save the Children, and the American Cancer Society. He was on the Advisory board of Evergreen Gala and was one of the founders of the Dallas for Children Foundation. He has also organized a mobile health unit in East Dallas, Texas.