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Dr. Goldberg to Co-Organize 15th Annual IMCAS Meeting in Paris
Date:1/14/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

Renowned dermatologist Dr. David J. Goldberg of Skin Laser and Surgery Specialists of NY & NJ (SLSS) is pleased to be co-organizing the 15th annual meeting of IMCAS to be held in Paris, France, in January 2013.

The International Masters Course on Aging Skin, or IMCAS, is the largest meeting in the world which brings together dermatologists and plastic surgeons with the goal of achieving the highest quality of teaching and bridging the gap between these two specialty fields. The meeting offers a rich and diverse program with state-of-the-art workshops providing education and knowledge on aesthetic issues of the skin, nose, face, breast and body.

Dr. Goldberg has been involved in the organization of IMCAS since its founding 15 years ago. He is proud to be the only representative from the United States to be a Course Coordinator for IMCAS. He is joined on the IMCAS Organizing Committee by several other renowned physicians from France including plastic surgeons Dr. Benjamin Ascher, Dr. Bernard Mole and Dr. Olivier Gerbault; facial plastic surgeon Dr. Philippe Kestemont; dermatologists Dr. Bernard Rossi and Dr. Anne Le Pillouer Prost; and research doctor Dr. Serge Mordon. To learn more about IMCAS, visit http://www.imcas.com/en/.

Dr. Goldberg is a renowned dermatologist and recognized expert in the field of skin lasers, cosmetic dermatology and facial rejuvenation. He obtained his medical degree from Yale University and completed his residency and fellowship at New York University Medical Center. He serves as clinical professor and director of Laser Research at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Dermatology. Dr. Goldberg has authored many academic papers and textbooks and
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