San Diego plastic surgeon, Mark Mofid is working to make implants a safer procedure. His plan is to change things for the better. He is known for only performing surgeries that he thinks are completely safe for his patients. Instead of using the same implants that weren’t suitable for the body because it would eventually start to sag, Mark came up with a higher quality gluteal implant. This took him hours of research and planning but when it came out industry was highly impressed. This also relieved the patients because now they wouldn’t have to worry about the procedure going wrong. Before Mark’s new way, the gluteal industry was seen as a negative industry. Dr. Mofid knew this and still decided to invest his time and money to find a better outcome.
Mark Mofid has worked closely with Dr. Raul Gonzalez, from Brazil, who began working in 1984. Brazil is the most popular place for the gluteal augmentation industry but the United States isn’t far behind. When there was only 1,000 gluteal augmentation procedures done in the United States, Brazil had over 20,000 procedures done in 2012.
Mark Mofid began his practices in 2004 and is now a main choice to perform plastic surgery. He attended Harvard University and obtained his undergraduate degree. His medical degree and training was completed at John Hopkins University School of Medicine. His wife works as a dermatologist, plastic surgeon, and a nurse, in San Diego, alongside Mark Mofid at their clinic. They also have a surgery center built onto the clinic. Mark also works at various hospitals such as, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center and Scripps Memorial Hospital.
Mark Mofid believes that doing good work is the best way of advertisement. It’s cheaper and help you to focus on more important things like quality instead of price.
Dallas based plastic surgeon Dr. Rod Rohrich will be participating in three educational symposiums in February and March of 2018. These symposiums will be bringing world-renowned faculty and students together to teach, learn, and discuss the latest in plastic surgery innovations. Dr. Rod Rorich has participated in hundreds of such symposiums, over 100 of said symposiums have been chaired by the board certified plastic surgeon.
Dr. Rod Rohrich completed 2 fellowships at both Oxford University in 1984 through Radcliffe Infirmary and Harvard Medical School in 1986 through Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed special training in pediatric and craniofacial surgery at Oxford as well as hand and microvascular surgery at Harvard. After completing his Medical Degree at Baylor College of Medicine; where he was invited to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society. After graduation, he completed a residency at the University of Michigan Health System where he held the position of Chief Administrative Plastic Surgery Resident. In his home state of North Dakota, he earned degrees at both Dakota State University as well as the University of North Dakota.
Rohrich is a member of several medical professional Associations and Societies; he currently serves the Association of Academic Chairmen of Plastic Surgery in the position of President.
While heavily involved in the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium as a highly respected member of the faculty, taking place in Dallas from February 8 – 10, he will not be involved in an administrative role. Rohrich will, however, be on panels, make presentions, perform a live surgery, and will be participating in other facets.
In late February and early March, Rodrich will be chairing and organizing two of the events he will be participating in: the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting. These events will take place sequentially February 28 – March 1 and March 2 – 3, it will be the 21st and 35th years for these symposiums. He will be moderating every panel at the medicine meeting and a handful of panels at the Rhinoplasty Meeting. Moreover, he will be participating in these panels, presentations, and procedures performed in the events’ fresh cadaver labs.
Dr. Rod Rohrich currently practices out of the Dallas, Texas area where he lives with his wife with whom he has two children. He has been with the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute as well as the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where he is also a professor, since 1996.
“At some point, the dream is so intoxicating that I’m compelled to do everything In my power to make the dream a reality.” It is not a surprise that such a powerful statement came from such a focused and driven entrepreneur. Eric Lefkofsky started his venture to success after graduating the University of Michigan Law School in 1993. He went from starting a small apparel business, to later co-founding and leading fruitful companies such as Innerworkings, ECHO and Mediaocean. In 2015, Lefkofsky became the Chairman of Groupon, a company whose services are used by millions of people around the globe. After leaving his position at Groupon in 2016, he later co-founded Tempus. This company encourages eradicating cancer through invigorative technology.
Tempus, which Eric Lefkofsky is currently serving as the CEO, allows doctors and healthcare professionals to find the best molecular and clinical treatment for their patients. Through analyzing each patient’s genetic code and genetic sequencing through machinery, the healthcare provider provides treatment as unique as the patient. In regards to his company, Lefkofsky stated: “We built a system to help physicians in clinic analyze incredible amounts of data and make real-time decisions to more effectively treat patients.” As the CEO of a company that wants to help patients with cancer, it is not a surprise that Lefkofsky has his own foundation dedicated to helping generous organizations help others.
Since 2006, Eric Lefkofsky’s private Foundation, the Lefkofsky Family Foundation (LFF), has assisted with a plethora of charitable programs. with strengthening research, enterprises and programs. By doing so, they assisted with strengthening education, encouraging the importance of human rights, exploring vast cultures and striving to improve medical research. Along with his wife, Liz Lefkofsky, Eric Lefkofsky has given millions of grant money to public schools in Chicago, non-profit organizations, and cancer research organizations. Also, they have promoted creative and arts by donating to museums and art centers in the Chicago area.
Eric Lefkofsky is more than a businessman and entrepreneur. He is a philanthropist that his dedicated a large part of his life to advancing cancer treatment, as well as serving organizations through Grant funding. To find out more about what Eric Lefkofsky is accomplishing, visit his website, https://www.tempus.com.