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Curriculum Vitae - Dr. Mary Lupo

NAME: Mary L. Puissegur Lupo, M.D.
ADDRESS: 145 Robert E. Lee Blvd. Ste. 302
New Orleans, LA 70124
Phone: (504) 777-3047
Fax: (504) 288-1535
EDUCATION:
B.S. – Newcomb College of Tulane University
New Orleans, LA
Summa Cum Laude with Honors in Biology
Phi Beta Kappa
1976
   
M.D. – Tulane University School of Medicine
New Orleans, LA
1980
INTERNSHIP:
Medicine – Ochsner Hospital
Jefferson, LA
1980-1981
RESIDENCY:
Dermatology – Tulane/LSU Affiliated Hospitals
New Orleans, LA
1981-1984
   
Chief Resident 1983-1984
   
Peterkin Award (outstanding research project) Jan 1984
CERTIFICATION:
Georgia Composite Medical Board Physician
License Number: 68825
2012
   
American Board of Dermatology Recertification 2009
   
Colorado Division of Registrations
License Number: 37727
1995
   
American Board of Dermatology 1984
   
Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners
License Number: 015836
1980
AWARDS:
Women's Dermatologic Society Mentor of the Year 2014
   
Castle Connolly Top Doctors Award 2008-2013
   
New Orleans CityBusiness Health Care Hero Award 2012
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society President’s Award 2010
   
New Orleans Magazine Top Ten Female Achievers 2010
   
The President’s Volunteer Service Award 2009
   
YWCA Role Model Award 1993
MEMBER:
Strathspey Crown, Founding Member and Operating Partner 2012-Present
   
TopMD Skin Care Medical Advisory Board 2012-Present
   
Eastern College of Health Vocations Advisory Board Medical Director 2012 - 2013
   
American Dermatological Association 2009
   
American Society for Dermatological Surgery
Board of Directors
2008-2011
   
Tulane University School of Medicine’s Dean’s
Advisory Council
2007-2011
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Networking Committee (Ex-Officio Advisor) 2006-2007
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Service Committee (Ex-Officio Advisor) 2006-2007
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting Committee 2006-2007
   
OrthoNeutrogena envisiON Council 2005
   
ASDS Membership Recruitment and Retention Committee 2005-2007
   
AAD Interdisciplinary and Post Graduate Education Task Force 2005-2009
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Fundraising Committee 2005-2008
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Executive Committee 2005-2008
   
Botox Cosmetic National Education Faculty 2003-Present
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Post Graduate Education Committee 2004-2006
   
Board of Directors - Tulane University School of Medicine Alumni Association 2004-2006
   
Dermik Sculptra Physician Advisory Board 2003-Present
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Non-Physician Practice of Medicine Task Force 2003-2006
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Silent Auction Committee 2003-2006
   
Board of Directors-Women’s Dermatologic Society 2003-2007
   
Allergan Speakers Bureau 2002-Present
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Annual Luncheon Committee 2001-2004
   
Botox Cosmetic National Training Center Review Board Nov 2002-
April 2003
   
Botox Cosmetic Physicians Network-National Training 2000-2003
   
American Academy of Dermatology Health Liaison Committee 1998-2002
   
Solage Advisory Board—Bristol Meyers Squibb 1998
   
Board of Directors - Tulane University School of Medicine Alumni Association 1994-1997
FELLOW:
American Academy of Dermatology  
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery  
   
North American Society of Phlebology  
   
American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Inc.  
FACULTY:
Tulane University School of Medicine - Clinical Professor  
   
Rome University - International Expert in Medicine and Sciences of Life Professor of Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dermatology  
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Prevention Magazine 2003-Present
   
Current International 1995-Present
   
Journal of European Academy of Dermatology and
Venereology
1993-Present
   
les Nouvelle Esthétiques 1993-1995
   
Cosmetic Dermatology 1992-Present
CONSULTANT:
Kao Brand Products 2003-2005
   
Philosophy 2005-Present
OFFICER:
Women’s Dermatologic Society, President 2007-2008
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society, Vice President 2006-2007
   
Louisiana Dermatological Society, Treasurer 1996-1997
VICE CHAIR:
Dermatology Foundation Leaders Society Campaign 2007, 2006, 2003
CHAIRPERSON:
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Membership Work Group 2009-2010
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Long Range Planning Committee 2006-2007
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Membership Growth and Recognition Implementation Team 2006-2007
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Silent Auction Committee 2005
   
European Academy of Dermatology &Venereology 13th Congress: The Renaissance of Dermatology. “Emerging Treatments in Cosmetology” Workshop Co-chair 2004
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Annual Meeting Committee 2003
   
Women’s Dermatologic Society Membership Committee 2002
   
First Bank and Trust Professional Women’s Advisory Board 1996–1999
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Public Information Committee 1994-1997
   
Doctors Hospital Medical Education Committee 1992-1996
   
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Committee On Scientific Study of Medical and Surgical Products Task Force on Sclerotherapy 1992
   
Orleans Parish Medical Society Public Relations Committee 1990-1993
PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Cosmetic Bootcamp Course Co-Director 2013
   
Cosmetic Bootcamp Course Director 2008, 2010
   
Cosmetic Bootcamp University, Chicago meeting 2009
   
Combined Approaches for the Treatment of the
Aging Face Seminar. Tulane University Health Sciences Center Department of Dermatology and Center for Continuing Education
2004
CO-DIRECTOR ASDS MINI - SESSION:
Neck and Hand Rejuvenation. Non-Surgical Rejuvenation of the Neck and Hands. ASDS
Annual Meeting, Desert Springs, Ca.
Oct 2006, 2007
Program Chair:
Juvederm Speaker Training Program.
Las Vegas, NV
May 2008
Course Director:
The Art & Science of Fillers and Injectables. ASDS Procedural Course, Houston, TX June 13-14, 2009
Symposium Director:
Cosmetics. 69th Annual Meeting of the American
Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, LA
Feb 2011
FDA Clinical Trials:
Allergan-Principal Investigator; Phase III A Safety and Efficacy Study to Compare Dapsone Dermal Gel with Vehicle Control in Patients with Acne Vulgaris 2013-Present
   
Allergan-Principal Investigator; Development Phase Pivotal A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Study of the Safety and Effectiveness of JUVÉDERM VOLELLA TM XC Injectable Gel for Lip and Perioral Enhancement 2013-Present
   
Anterios, Inc.-Principal Investigator; Phase II Dose Finding Study of BoNT/A In Subjects With Crow’s Feet (Lateral Canthal Lines)     2013
   
Anterios, Inc.-Principal Investigator; Phase II Dose Finding Study of BoNT/A In Subjects With Crow’s Feet (Lateral Canthal Lines)     2013
   
Bayer HealthCare/Intendis GmbH, Randomized, Double-Blind, Vehicle-Controlled, Multicenter, Parallel-Group Clinical Trial to assess the Safety and Efficacy of Azelaic Acid Foam, 15% Topically Applied Twice Daily for 12 weeks in Subjects with Papulopustular Rosacea     2013
   
Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals, Inc.-Principal Investigator; Phase II A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Vehicle-Controlled, Parallel-Group Trial to evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, and Effects of Anatabloc Crème in Subjects with Rosacea 2012-2013
   
Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.-Principal Investigator; Phase III Multicenter, open-label study of ATX-101 (sodium deoxycholate injection) for the reduction of localized subcanteous fat in the submental area 2011-2013
   
Allergan-Principal Investigator; Phase III A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Extended Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of BOTOX (Botulinum Toxin Type A) Purified Neurotoxin Complex in Subjects with Facial Rhytides (Crow’s Feet Lines and Glabellar Lines) 2011-2012
   
Allergan-Principal Investigator; Phase III A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of BOTOX (Botulinum Toxin Type A) Purified Neurotoxin Complex in Subjects with Facial Rhytides (Crow’s Feet Lines and Glabellar Lines) 2010-2011
   
Neocutis-Principal Investigator; Phase IV Study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of PERLE with MELAPLEX for Hyperpigmentation associated with skin aging 2010-2011
   
Medicis-Sub Investigator, Phase IV Study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Perlane with lidocaine for the correction of nasolabial folds 2008-2009
   
Cutera-Principal Investigator, Phase IV Study to evaluate the patient satisfaction of the Cutera Pearl Laser for skin rejuvenation 2008
   
Neocutis-Principal Investigator, Phase IV Study to evaluate Neocutis Bio Restorative eye cream for the treatment of periorbital Rejuvenation 2006
   
Inamed-Principal Investigator, Phase III Study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Juvederm vs. Zyplast for the correction of nasolabial folds 2004-2006
CONSENSUS PANEL
Abbreviations for Device Names: A Proposed Methodology with Specific Examples. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Lexicon Task Force Panel. 2013
   
Advances in Facial Rejuvenation: Botulinum Toxin Type A, Dermal Fillers and Combination Therapies. Consensus Guidelines Update Conference. Dallas, TX. 2007
HOSPITAL AFFILIATION:
East Jefferson General Hospital – Courtesy  
   
Ochsner Baptist – Primary Admit  
   
Tulane University Medical Hospital – Clinical  
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION:
Exilis Radiofrequency 2010
   
Active/Deep FX 2008
   
Fraxel Laser 2007
   
Pearl Laser 2007
   
Fractional Resurfacing 2006
   
Titan Laser 2004
   
Cooltouch (1320nm laser) 2001
   
IPL 2000
   
N-Lite (585nm laser) 2000
   
Coherent Light Sheer 1998
   
Erbium Yag Laser 1997
   
Q-Switched Alexandrite Laser 1996
   
Flashlamp Pulsed Dye Laser 1996
   
Photoderm VL 1996
   
Ultrapulse CO2 Laser 1995
PRESENTATIONS:
  1. Soft Tissue Workshop: Live Injection for Lip and Perioral Enhancement. 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Denver, CO, March 2014.
  2. Cosmeceutical for the Complete Dermatology Practice: Medical, Surgical, Cosmetic. 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Denver, CO, March 2014.
  3. Cosmetic Strategies: Erythema, Pigmentation, and Wrinkles. "Dialogues in Dermatology" interviewed by Diane S. Berson, MD. February 2014.
  4. Injecting Outside the Lines. 16th Annual Mount Sinai Winter Symposium "Advances in Medical and Surgical Dermatology." New York, NY. December 2013.
  5. Laser Treatment of Melasma. 2013 Facial Plastic Surgery AAFPRS Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA. October 2013.
  6. Incorporating Laser Hair Removal and IPL into a Practice. 2013 Facial Plastic Surgery AAFPRS Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA. October 2013.
  7. Live Injection Session: Botox, Restylane, Radiesse and Sculptra. 2013 Facial Plastic Surgery AAFPRS Fall Meeting. New Orleans, LA. October 2013.
  8. Acne Scarring. ASDS Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. October 2013.
  9. Core Curriculum in Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery: Fillers. ASDS Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. October 2013.
  10. Management of Redness: Devices, Orals, Topicals. 3rd Annual Five Continent Congress Laser and Aesthetic and Medicine Meeting. Cannes, France. September 2013.
  11. Discover What the Excel V™ Laser Can Do for You. 3rd Annual Five Continent Congress Laser and Aesthetic and Medicine Meeting. Cannes, France. September 2013.
  12. Injecting Outside the Lines. 3rd Annual Five Continent Congress Laser and Aesthetic and Medicine Meeting. Cannes, France. September 2013.
  13. LaViv® Fibroblast Injection Demonstration. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  14. Reactive Anti-Oxidant Serum Powered by Vitaplex C. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  15. Non-Invasive Fat Reductions and Skin Tightening. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  16. Non Surgical Tightening and Sculpting. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  17. Panel Discussion: Treatment of Facial Hyperpigmentation. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  18. Enhancing Facial Aesthetic Through Submental Fat Reduction. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  19. Excel V: Versatility for Aesthetic and Medical Practices. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2013. Aspen, CO, June 2013.
  20. Incorporating Laser, Light and Energy Devices into an Aesthetic Practice. 21st Annual Multi-Specialty Symposium “State of the Art in Facial Aesthetics 2013.” Atlanta, GA, March 2013.
  21. Non-Surgical Rejuvenation from a Dermatology Perspective (Combining Injectables, Lasers and Skin Care). 21st Annual Multi-Specialty Symposium “State of the Art in Facial Aesthetics 2013.” Atlanta, GA, March 2013.
  22. Panel member, Injections/Laser/Technology Discussion and Q&A Sessions. 21st Annual Multi-Specialty Symposium “State of the Art in Facial Aesthetics 2013.” Atlanta, GA, March 2013.
  23. Chemical Peels Live Demonstration: Application of Our Aesthetic Toolbox for the Treatment of Medical and Dermatologic Disorders. 71st Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Miami, FL, March 2013.
  24. Devices for Erythema. 71st Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Miami, FL, March 2013.
  25. Hands-on Workshop: Fillers and Neuromodulators Master Class. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting. Atlanta, October 2012.
  26. Afternoon Teas with the Masters - Core Curriculum in Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery: Neuromodulators. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting. Atlanta, October 2012.
  27. Juvederm and Botox Live Injection Session. Allergan Duet Training in conjunction with the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Annual Meeting. Atlanta, October 2012.
  28. LAVIV Fibroblast Injections. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2012. Colorado Springs, CO, July 2012.
  29. Cosmetic Procedures for Acne and Rosacea. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2012. Colorado Springs, CO, July 2012.
  30. Redness Relief. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2012. Colorado Springs, CO, July 2012.
  31. New Discoveries in Vascular Therapy and Skin Rejuvenation with Excel V. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2012. Colorado Springs, CO, July 2012.
  32. Radio-Frequency Treatments for Skin Tightening and Fat Reduction with Exilis. Cosmetic Bootcamp 2012. Colorado Springs, CO, July 2012.
  33. Superficial and Deeper Peeling – Indications and Limits. 9th European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Spring Symposium. Verona, Italy, June 2012.
  34. Injecting Outside the Lines: How to Rethink Where You Inject. 25th Tulane Dermatology Meeting and All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA, April 2012.
  35. Lasers for Medical Conditions. 7th Annual Scientific Conference for the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Nashville, TN, March 2012.
  36. Skin Care Strategies for 2012. 7th Annual Scientific Conference for the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Nashville, TN, March 2012.
  37. Hydroquinone Free Brightening Complex – A Multi-Center Study for Skin Aging. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Diego, CA, March 2012.
  38. Sclerotherapy Live Injection Session. The Aesthetic Toolbox Symposium. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Diego, CA, March 2012.
  39. Five Things Any Dermatologist Can Do To Help Their Patients Age Gracefully. Aging Gracefully Symposium. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Diego, CA, March 2012.
  40. Chair of the Cosmetic Symposium. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Diego, CA, March 2012.
  41. Neuromodulation of the Upper and Mid Face. ASDS Annual Meeting. Washington DC, November, 2011.
  42. Moderator: Core Curriculum in Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery: Neurotoxins. ASDS Annual Meeting. Washington DC, November, 2011.
  43. Complications with Injectables. Cosmetic Bootcamp University. Houston, TX, October 2011.
  44. Laser and Light Devices in Clinical Practice. Cosmetic Bootcamp University. Houston, TX, October 2011.
  45. Update on Poly-L-Lactic Acid. ASCDAS The Art and Science of Cosmetic Rejuvenation. Dallas, TX. October, 2011.
  46. The Cosmetic Consult and Informed Consent. ASCDAS The Art and Science of Cosmetic Rejuvenation. Dallas, Tx. October, 2011.
  47. The Aging Process and Ideals of Beauty. ASCDAS The Art and Science of Cosmetic Rejuvenation. Dallas, Tx. October, 2011.
  48. Non-Hydroquinone Skin Lightening Strategies. 5 Continent Aesthetic Meeting. Cannes, France. September 2011.
  49. Radiofrequency Skin Tightening. 5 Continent Aesthetic Meeting. Cannes, France. September 2011.
  50. Treatments for the Hands, Neck and Chest. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co. July 2011.
  51. Oh the Troubles I have seen: Preventing and Treating Complications. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co. July 2011.
  52. Cosmetic Treatments for Medical Conditions. 7th Annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery. Las Vegas, Nv. June 2011.
  53. How Cosmetics Fit in a Medical Dermatologic Practice; How to be a Complete Dermatologist. 69th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, La. Feb, 2011.
  54. Live Injection of Polidocanol for Reticular and Spider Veins. Live Patient Demonstrations: Application of Our Aesthetic Toolbox. 69th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, La. Feb, 2011.
  55. Live injection of OnabotulinumtoxinA. Advanced Botulinum Toxin: Live Patient Demonstration. 69th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, La. Feb, 2011.
  56. Live Injection of PLLA, CaHA, Juvederm and OnabotulinumtoxinA. The State of the Art of Aesthetic Dermatology. 69th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, La. Feb, 2011.
  57. Clinical and Therapeutic Challenges in Appearance Procedures. Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference Hawaii. Kohala Coast, Ha. January, 2011.
  58. Live Botulinum Toxin Therapy Session. Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference Hawaii. Kohala Coast, Ha. January, 2011.
  59. Botulinum Toxin: Novel Applications for your Practice. Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference Hawaii. Kohala Coast, Ha. January, 2011.
  60. Complications: prevention, recognition and treatment. Cosmetic Bootcamp University. Dallas, Tx, October 2010.
  61. Combination Therapy. Cosmetic Bootcamp University. Dallas, Tx, October 2010.
  62. Cosmeceuticals for the dermatological surgeon. ASDS/ASCDAS meeting, Chicago Il, October, 2010.
  63. Way down yonder: Complications in New Orleans. ASDS/ASCDAS meeting, Chicago Il, October, 2010.
  64. Live Injection Session: Volumizing the Mid-face. Summer Academy meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Chicago, Il. August, 2010.
  65. Treatment of adult Female Acne: What is new and Different? 6th Annual Facial Cosmetic Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas, Nv, July 2010.
  66. Current Management and Treatment of Melasma: IPL vs. Peels vs. lasers vs. topicals. 6th Annual Facial Cosmetic Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas, Nv, July 2010.
  67. Cosmeceuticals: Which work and what we can expect in the future? 6th Annual Facial Cosmetic Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas, Nv, July 2010.
  68. Panelist: Skin Resurfacing: Traditional Laser vs. Fractional Lasers vs. peels-How do I decide what to offer my patients? What really makes a difference? 6th Annual Facial Cosmetic Surgery Meeting. Las Vegas, Nv, July 2010.
  69. Live injection session. 6th Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp. Colorado Springs, Co, June 2010.
  70. Pearls from Cosmetic Bootcamp. 68th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, Miami, Fl, March, 2010.
  71. Injectables. 68th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, Miami, Fl, March, 2010.
  72. Live patient injection of the periorbital area with hyaluronic acid dermal filler. 68th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, Miami, Fl, March, 2010.
  73. Hand rejuvenation. Dialogues in Dermatology Volume 66, No. 2, Feb, 2010.
  74. Retaining patients through excellent service. Cosmetic Bootcamp Management and Marketing Symposium. Boca Raton, Fl. December, 2009.
  75. A Guide to the Practical Use of Cosmeceuticals. ASDS/ASCDAS Joint meeting. Phoenix, Az Sept-Oct 2009.
  76. The history of resident training in cosmetic dermatology at Tulane: a medical director’s perspective. 129th meeting American Dermatological Association, Park City, UT, August 2009.
  77. Combination treatments for aging hands. Summer AAD, July AAD, Boston, Ma. July 2009.
  78. Optimal non-surgical options for aging gracefully. Summer AAD, Boston, Ma. July 2009.
  79. It’s not the filler, it’s the Filler: product selection for optimal patient outcomes. Summer AAD, Boston, Ma. July 2009.
  80. Live Botox/Restylane Injection. ASDS The Art and Science of Fillers and Injectables Houston TX. June 2009.
  81. Integrating and Marketing Injectables into Your Practice. ASDS The Art and Science of Fillers and Injectables Houston TX. June 2009.
  82. A double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled split faced within subject evaluation of a bruise reduction serum. Poster exhibit, Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen Co. June 2009.
  83. Comparison of the efficacy and tolerability of non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid filler with and without lidocaine hydrochloride 2% for the correction of nasolabial folds. Poster exhibit, Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen Co. June 2009.
  84. Current Filler and Injectable Options: Choosing and Combining for Optimal Outcomes. ASDS The Art and Science of Fillers and Injectables Houston TX. June 2009.
  85. Live Restylane/Botox/Radiesse/ Sculptra Injections. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen, Co. June 2009.
  86. Global Skin Panel Discussion on Skin Worldwide. . Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen, Co. June 2009.
  87. Cosmeceutical Round-Up. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen, Co. June 2009.
  88. Non-Facial Rejuvenation. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen, Co. June 2009.
  89. 25 Year Retrospective of Resident Training in Cosmetic Dermatology at Tulane. ISD 10th International Congress of Dermatology. Prague, Czech Republic. May, 2009.
  90. What I can do with One Syringe of filler and a little botulinum toxin. ISD 10th International Congress of Dermatology. Prague, Czech Republic. May, 2009.
  91. Rejuvenation of the Hands: How I do it. ISD 10th International Congress of Dermatology. Prague, Czech Republic. May, 2009.
  92. Assessment of Level of Improvement after Ablative Resurfacing Treatment with the 2790 nm YSSG Laser: A Survey of 44 Fee-for-Service Patients and Their Treating Physicians. Poster Exhibit ASLMS Annual Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland, April 2009.
  93. Cosmetic Treatments for Medical Conditions. 67th Annual Meeting AAD. San Francisco, Ca. March, 2009.
  94. Get it Together: What Sets Us Apart. 67th Annual Meeting AAD. San Francisco, Ca. March, 2009.
  95. State of the Art in Aesthetic Dermatologic Surgery. 67th Annual Meeting AAD. San Francisco, Ca. March, 2009.
  96. Pearls from Cosmetic Bootcamp: How to Incorporate Cosmetic Procedures into a Medical Practice. 67th Annual Meeting AAD. San Francisco, Ca. March, 2009.
  97. Sclerotherapy of the Hand- How I do it. 67th Annual Meeting AAD. San Francisco, Ca. March, 2009.
  98. Advances in Facial Rejuvenation: Botulinum Toxin Type A, Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers, and Combination Therapies, Consensus Recommendations. Postgraduate Institute for Medicine CD-ROM. January, 2009.
  99. Fillers: Product Selection for Optimal Results. Orlando Dermatology Aesthetic and Clinical Conference. Orlando, Fl. January, 2009.
  100. Injectable Filler Options: How to Choose for Optimal Results. Mt Sinai 11th Annual Winter Symposium: Advances in Surgical and Medical Dermatology. New York, New York, December, 2008.
  101. Advancing Your Injection Techniques with Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers. University of South Florida CME CD. November, 2008.
  102. One Syringe Wonder: Getting the Most from Fillers. ASDS Annual Meeting Orlando, Fl. November, 2008.
  103. Tea with the Masters: Cosmeceutical Update. ASDS Annual Meeting Orlando, Fl. November, 2008.
  104. Hand and Neck Rejuvenation. ASDS Annual Meeting Orlando, Fl. November, 2008.
  105. Novel Ways to Correct Filler Mistakes. ASDS Annual Meeting Orlando, Fl. November, 2008.
  106. Live Injection Session: The Perfect Lip. AAD Summer Academy Meeting, Chicago, Il. July-August, 2008.
  107. What’s Hot: Fractional Resurfacing. AAD Summer Academy Meeting, Chicago, Il. July-August, 2008.
  108. Optimal Non-Surgical Options for Aging Gracefully. AAD Summer Academy Meeting, Chicago, Il. July-August, 2008.
  109. Bridging the Gap between Cosmeceuticals and Prescriptions. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Colorado Springs, Co. June, 2008.
  110. One Syringe Wonder: Maximizing fillers. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Colorado Springs, Co, June 2008.
  111. Cosmeceutical Panel. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Colorado Springs, Co, June, 2008.
  112. Non-Surgical Treatments for the Aging Neck and Hands. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Colorado Springs, Co. June, 2008.
  113. Ready, Set, Inject! Cosmetic Bootcamp. Colorado Springs, Co, June 2008.
  114. Live Pearl Laser Demonstration. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Colorado Springs, Co, June 2008.
  115. Live Restylane/Botox Injection Session. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Colorado Springs, Co, June, 2008.
  116. A Global Approach to Photoaging. Tulane Dermatology Update and All That Jazz. New Orleans, La. April, 2008.
  117. Treating the Entire Face: Full Facial Rejuvenation. 2008 National Exchange Forum. San Diego, Ca. March, 2008.
  118. Getting the Most from Your Office Employees. Winter Skin Seminar. Snowmass Village, Co. March, 2008.
  119. Incorporating Cosmeceuticals into a Medical Practice. Winter Skin Seminar. Snowmass Village, Co. March, 2008.
  120. Fillers and Toxins: How I use Juvederm and Botox. South Beach Symposium. Miami, Fl. February, 2008.
  121. New, Natural Antioxidant Options. South Beach Symposium. Miami, Fl. February, 2008.
  122. The Value of Physician-Dispensed Skin Care Products. 6th Annual Meeting of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists. San Antonio, Tx, February, 2008.
  123. Live Patient Injection Demonstration: Botulinum Toxin Type A and Hyaluronic Acid Filler in Glabellar and Forehead. The State of the Art of Aesthetic Dermatology. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Antonio, Tx, February, 2008.
  124. Integrative Dermatological Approach to Facial Skin Aging: Topicals, Injectables, and No-Knife Procedures. Inter-Society Presentations. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Antonio, Tx, February, 2008.
  125. Tips for Superficial Dermal Injections for Acne Scars and Fine Lines. Surgical Pearls. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Antonio, Tx, February, 2008.
  126. Injecting Botulinum Toxin for Brow Elevation in Short Foreheads. Surgical Pearls. 66th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Antonio, Tx, February, 2008.
  127. Getting the Most from Retinoids. Surgical Pearls. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Antonio, TX, February, 2008.
  128. Ten steps to turn you into an indispensable employee. Cosmetic Bootcamp Management and Marketing Symposium. Las Vegas, NV, December, 2007.
  129. Using one procedure to grow your aesthetic practice. Cosmetic Bootcamp Management and Marketing Symposium. Las Vegas, NV, December, 2007.
  130. Matching the product to the problem. Cosmetic Bootcamp Management and Marketing Symposium. Las Vegas, NV, December, 2007.
  131. Live Botox Demonstration. 26th Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October, 2007.
  132. Update on cosmeceuticals: new or improved trends. 26th Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2007.
  133. Evaluation of the filler patient. ASDS annual meeting, Chicago, Il October, 2007.
  134. Non-surgical rejuvenation of the Hands and Neck. ASDS annual meeting. Chicago, Il, October, 2007.
  135. Cosmetic Dermatology: New Orleans style. Third Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co. June 2007.
  136. Pearl: A Novel Laser Wavelength. Third Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co. June 2007.
  137. Live demonstration of Restylane, Perlane and Botox. Third Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co June 2007.
  138. Lightening Rod Panel on Cosmeceuticals. Third Annual Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co. June 2007
  139. Marketing Fillers and Injectables. ASDS The Art and Science of Fillers Course. New York, NY. April, 2007.
  140. Hyaluronic Acid Fillers. ASDS The Art and Science of Fillers Course. New York, NY. April, 2007.
  141. Motivating Staff. Cosmetic Update. Cancun, Mexico, March, 2007.
  142. Juvederm. Cosmetic Update. Cancun, Mexico, March, 2007.
  143. Live demonstration: Botox Cosmetic, Juvederm, Radiesse, Sculptra. ASDS the Art and Science of Fillers Course. Houston, Texas. March 2007.
  144. Botox Outside the Box. ASDS the Art and Science of Fillers Course. Houston, Texas. March 2007.
  145. Marketing Injectables. ASDS the Art and Science of Fillers Course. Houston, Texas. March 2007.
  146. Integrating Injectables into Your Practice. ASDS the Art and Science of Fillers Course. Houston, Texas. March 2007.
  147. Novel eye cream containing mixture of human growth factors and cytokines for treatment of aged skin around eyes. Lupo MP, Cohen JL, Rendon MI. Poster Exhibit 65th Annual Meeting of the AAD. Washington DC, February 2007.
  148. Effectiveness of a next generation hyaluronic acid dermal filler in the treatment of severe nasolabial folds. Lupo MP, Thomas JA, Murphy DK, Walker PS. Poster Exhibit. 65th Annual Meeting of the AAD, Washington DC. February, 2007.
  149. Hyaluronic acid fillers for peri-oral rhytids. Filler Forum. 65th Annual meeting of the AAD. Washington DC. February, 2007.
  150. Incorporating fillers into the anti-aging regimen. Cosmetic Symposium. 65th Annual meeting of the AAD. Washington DC. February, 2007.
  151. Cosmeceuticals: Matching the patient with the product: Intermediate Cosmetic Surgery course. 65th Annual meeting of the AAD. Washington, DC. February, 2007.
  152. Injecting hyaluronic acid fillers. Presentation and live patient injection: The State of the Art of Aesthetic Dermatology course. 65th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Washington, DC. February, 2007.
  153. The Ideal Broad-Spectrum Daily Sunscreen: Clinical Advances in Photoprotection. Hot Topic Breakfast: Shedding Light on Complete UV Protection: The Dermatologic Surgery Perspective. ASDS Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, Ca. October, 2006.
  154. Non-surgical rejuvenation of the hands and neck. Breakfast session. ASDS Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, Ca. October, 2006.
  155. Tightening of Non-facial Skin with a Sustained Infrared Light Device. ASDS Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, Ca. October 2006.
  156. Hyaluronic Acid Fillers for Profound Perioral Lines. ASDS Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, Ca. October 2006.
  157. Marketing Pearls that Cost Very Little But Work Very Well. ASDS Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, Ca. October, 2006.
  158. Live demonstration: Botox, Juvederm, Cosmoderm. Allergan National Educational Faculty Symposium, Laguna Beach, Ca, September 2006.
  159. Comparison of hyaluronic acid-based fillers and crosslinked bovine collagen: a double- masked, multicenter, randomized, within subject study, Baumann, LS, Shamban, AT, Lupo, MP et.al. Poster exhibit, Summer AAD, San Diego, Ca, July, 2006.
  160. Live demonstration, Sculptra, Cosmoderm, Botox. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co, July 2006.
  161. Sclerotherapy. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Aspen, Co, July, 2006.
  162. Cosmeceuticals. Cosmetic Bootcamp, Aspen, Co, July, 2006.
  163. “Comparison of hyaluronate gel implants and collagen implants for the correction of nasolabial folds: a double-masked, multicenter, randomized, within-patient study. Coauthor, poster exhibit #P231. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, San Francisco, Ca. March, 2006.
  164. “Case Presentations and Panel Discussion” ASDS-ACCMSCO Combined Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga. October, 2005.
  165. “Treatments for the Aging Neck and Chest” ASDS-ACMMSCO Combined Annual Meeting. ASDS-ACMMSCO Combined Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga. October, 2005.
  166. Moderator: Bridging the Gap from Procedural to Cosmeceutical: Face, Neck and Hand Rejuvenation. ASDS-ACMMSCO Combined Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga. October, 2005.
  167. “What’s New in Cosmeceuticals” 24th Annual Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2005.
  168. “Update on Injectable Fillers and Live Injection Workshop” Cosmetic Bootcamp. Jackson, Wy, Aug 2005
  169. “Sclerotherapy: Pointers, Pearls, and Pitfalls. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Jackson, Wy, Aug 2005
  170. Moderator, “Cosmetic Procedure Techniques, part 1”. Cosmetic Bootcamp. Jackson, Wy, Aug 2005.
  171. “Collagen Stimulating Cosmeceuticals” Atlantic Dermatological Conference, New York, NY. May 2005
  172. Live Injection Workshop. Aesthetic Health Dimensions: A Closer Look at the Latest Aesthetic Techniques. Sponsored by NAMCP. Charlotte, NC. May, 2005.
  173. “Patient Misconceptions” Aesthetic Health Dimensions: A Closer Look at the Latest Aesthetic Techniques. Sponsored by NAMCP. Charlotte, NC. May, 2005
  174. “Welcome—Why are we here? Aesthetic Health Dimensions: A Closer Look at the Latest Aesthetic Techniques. Sponsored by NAMCP. Charlotte, NC. May, 2005.
  175. “Cosmetic Dermatology-2005”. 21st Annual Dermatology Update and All That Jazz. New Orleans, La. April 2005.
  176. “Live demonstration: Poly-L-Lactic acid injection.” 29th Annual Hawaii dermatology Seminar, Maui, Hi. March 2005.
  177. “Acne Therapies: Treatment Strategies and Challenges” 29th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar, Maui, Hi. March 2005.
  178. “What Has Illuminated My Botulinum Toxin Type Practice” 29th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar, Maui, Hi. March 2005.
  179. “Poly-L-Lactic Acid: A Unique Injectable Material for Facial Volume Restoration” 29th Annual Hawaii Dermatology seminar, Maui, Hi. March 2005.
  180. “Complications with Botulinum Toxin in Facial Aesthetics” American Academy of Dermatology Web-based CME program. March, 2005.
  181. Live Patient Demonstration on Botulinum Toxin Type A Injections. Aesthetic Health Dimensions CME Program for National Association of Managed Care Physicians, Atlanta Ga. March 2005.
  182. “Botulinum Toxin Type A Workshop: Injection Technique in the Frontalis Area for Forehead Rhytids” Aesthetic Health Dimensions CME Program for National Association of Managed Care Physicians, Atlanta Ga. March 2005.
  183. “Why Are We Here? The Importance of Developing Strong Aesthetic Techniques” Aesthetic Health Dimensions CME Program for National Association of Managed Care Physicians, Atlanta, Ga. March 2005.
  184. “The Quickest Fix for Acne Scarring and Erythema” American Academy of Dermatology 63rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La. February 2005.
  185. “The ‘No Nerve Block’ Anesthesia for Plantar Injections of Botulinum Toxin Type A for Hyperhidrosis” American Academy of Dermatology 63rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La. February 2005.
  186. “Repair of the Partially Torn Earlobe Hole” American Academy of Dermatology 63rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La. February 2005.
  187. “Fillers” 4th Annual Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants CME Dermatology Symposium. New Orleans, La. February 2005.
  188. “Starting and Marketing a Cosmetic Practice” Orlando Dermatology & Cosmetic Conference. Orlando, FL. January 2005.
  189. Filler Workshop. American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology & Aesthetic Surgery 3rd Annual Meeting, Exhibition & Workshops. Phoenix, AZ. December 2004.
  190. “New Trends in Cosmeceuticals”. American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology & Aesthetic Surgery 3rd Annual Meeting, Exhibition & Workshops. Phoenix, AZ. December 2004.
  191. “New Trends in Cosmeceuticals”. Emerging Treatments in Cosmetology. European Academy of Dermatology &Venereology 13th Congress: The Renaissance of Dermatology. Florence, Italy. November 2004.
  192. “The Art and Science of Sculptra”. Advances in the Management of Facial Lipoatrophy Seminar. New Orleans, LA. October 2004.
  193. “Aminolevulenic Acid and Aminolevulenic Acid Intense Pulsed Light”. American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Meeting. New Orleans, LA. October 2004.
  194. “Developing a Cosmetic Practice” American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Post Graduate Education Course on Injectable Fillers. Houston, TX. October 2004.
  195. Live Patient Demonstrations on Hyaluronic Acid and Poly-L-Lactic Acid: Botox, Restylane, Hylaform, Hylaform Plus and Sculptra. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Post Graduate Education Course on Injectable Fillers. Houston, TX. October 2004.
  196. “Integration of Fillers in a Cosmetic Dermatology Practice”, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Post Graduate Education Course on Injectable Fillers. Houston, TX. October 2004.
  197. “Marketing Injectables”, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Post Graduate Education Course on Injectable Fillers. Houston, TX October 2004.
  198. “Marketing Your Expertise: Letting Patients Know You Are the Best Source for Their Treatment” Combined Approaches for the Treatment of the Aging Face. New Orleans, LA. October 2004.
  199. “Combining Botulinum A Toxin, Fillers, Light Devices and Cosmeceuticals to Manage the Photoaged Face” Combined Approaches for the Treatment of the Aging Face. New Orleans, LA. October 2004.
  200. “Proteins and Other Cell Modulating Cosmeceuticals” American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. San Diego, CA. October 2004
  201. Lamar S. Osment Lectureship “Live Botox Workshop” Alabama Dermatology Society. Sandestin, FL. June, 2004.
  202. “Non-Surgical Rejuvenation of the Aging Face” Alabama Dermatology Society. Sandestin, FL. June, 2004.
  203. “Combination Protocols for Aging Skin” Cosmetic Dermatology Seminar 2004. Orlando, FL. May, 2004.
  204. “A 20-Year Retrospective on Advances in Cosmetic Dermatology” 20th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 2004.
  205. “Starting a Cosmetic Practice: The Basics” Orlando Cosmetic Dermatology Convention. Orlando, FL. January 10, 2004.
  206. “The Role of Retinoids in Photoaging” Orlando Cosmetic Dermatology Convention. Orlando, FL. January 10, 2004.
  207. “Current Therapies for Aged Skin and Hyperpigmentation Diseases” Allergan Thought Leader Meeting. New York, NY. June, 2003.
  208. “Clinical Efficacy & Histological Effects of Tazarotene in Aged Skin” Allergan Thought Leader Meeting. New York, NY. June, 2003.
  209. “Extrinsically Aged Skin” 19th Annual Dermatology Update and All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April 24, 2003.
  210. “Botox, Avage and the Complete Cosmetic Practice” Birmingham Dermatology Society. Birmingham, AL. April, 2003.
  211. Live Botox Patient Demonstration. 27th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar. Maui, Hawaii. February, 2003.
  212. “Current Therapies for the Treatment of Extrinsically Aged Skin” 27th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar. Maui, Hawaii. February, 2003.
  213. “Botox, Avage and the Complete Cosmetic Practice” Dallas Dermatology Society. Dallas, TX. January 28, 2003.
  214. “Botox, Avage and the Complete Cosmetic Practice” Baton Rouge Dermatology Society. Baton Rouge, LA. December, 2002.
  215. “Light Up Your Face: IPL for the Face and Neck” American Academy of Dermatology. New York, NY. July/August, 2002.
  216. “Anti-Aging Protocols: A Clinical Dermatologist’s Global Approach” 6th Annual International Symposium on Aging Skin. Chicago, IL. May/June 2002.
  217. “Sclerotherapy: The 20 Year Tulane Experience” Dermatologic Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 2002.
  218. “New Wrinkles in Skin Rejuvenation” Tulane Medical Center Dermatology Update. New Orleans, LA. April, 2001.
  219. “Is there anything new in Sclerotherapy?” Dermatologic Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. May, 2000.
  220. “Antioxidants in Topical Dermatologic Products” Winter Skin Surgery Seminar. Aspen Institute, Aspen, CO. April, 2000.
  221. “Complications in Sclerotherapy” Winter Skin Surgery Seminar Aspen Institute, Aspen, CO. April, 2000.
  222. “Light Chemical peeling in Dermatology” 8th International Congress of Dermatology meeting of the International Society of Dermatology. Cairo, Egypt. April 16, 1999
  223. “Antioxidants and vitamins in topical dermatological agents” Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, LA. March 23, 1999.
  224. “Antioxidants in Cosmetics: Can they do anything for the patient?” In: Cosmetics for the practicing dermatologist symposium. Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, LA. March 19, 1999.
  225. Live Botox Patient Demonstration. 8th International Symposium on Cosmetic Laser Surgery. New Orleans, LA. March 16-18, 1999.
  226. “Problem Management in Sclerotherapy” 14th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. May, 1998.
  227. “Problem Management in Sclerotherapy” The Renaissance of Dermatology International Society of Dermatology Montecatini Terme, Italy. March, 1998.
  228. "Recent Research for Future Formulations" The Renaissance of Dermatology, International Society of Dermatology. Montecatini Terme, Italy. March, 1998.
  229. "Enhancement of Collagen Production in Near Senescent Fibroblasts" Innovations in Cosmetic Dermatology Symposium. American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. February, 1998.
  230. "Non-Surgical Options For The Aging Face" N.A.M.D.A. Snowmass, CO. February, 1998.
  231. Clinical Instructor "Photoderm for Telangiectasia" 14th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1997
  232. "Problem Management in Sclerotherapy" 14th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April 1997.
  233. Clinical Instructor. "Basic Cutaneous Surgery Course" American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting. San Francisco, CA. March, 1997.
  234. "Problem Management in Sclerotherapy" 13th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1996.
  235. "Why Cosmetic Dermatology is important to the Dermatology Practice" V Congress of International Society of Cosmetic Dermatology. Montecantini Terme, Italy. October, 1995.
  236. "Cosmetic Sclerotherapy" V Congress of International Society of Cosmetic Dermatology. Montecantini Terme, Italy. October, 1995.
  237. "Problem Management in Sclerotherapy" 12th Annual Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. May, 1995.
  238. "Skin Care: Medicine & Myth" North American Medical-Dental Association. Snowmass, CO. March, 1995.
  239. "Sclerotherapy” Louisiana Dermatological Society. New Orleans, LA. September, 1994.
  240. “Sclerotherapy” 11th Annual Dermatology Update. New Orleans, LA. April, 1994.
  241. "Sclerotherapy." N.A.M.D.A. Snowmass, CO. February, 1994.
  242. "Sclerotherapy: Update" Dermatology & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1993.
  243. "Sclerotherapy” N.A.M.D.A. Symposium. Vail, CO. February, 1993.
  244. "Problem management in Sclerotherapy" Societa` Italiana di Dermatologia e Venereologia. Genova, Italy. October, 1992.
  245. "Improvement of Dark Under-Eye Circles by Injection of Filling Material” Societa Italiana di Dermatologia e Venereologia.Genova, Italy. October, 1992
  246. “Sclerotherapy: Pointers, Pearls & Pitfalls” Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1992.
  247. "Recognizing Skin Cancers" North American Medical-Dental Association. Snowmass, CO. March, 1992.
  248. "Sclerotherapy: Pointers, Pearls & Pitfalls” Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1991.
  249. "Non-Surgical Treatments for the Aging Face" North American Medical-Dental Symposium. Snowmass, CO. February, 1991.
  250. "Sclerotherapy Update" Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. April, 1990.
  251. "Solutions to Eliminate Unsightly Leg Veins” North American Medical-Dental Symposium. Snowmass, CO. February, 1990.
  252. "Promoting the Private Practice in Dermatology" American Academy of Dermatology. San Francisco, CA. December, 1989.
  253. "Sclerotherapy: Pointers, Pearls & Pitfalls” Illinois Dermatological Society. Chicago, IL. October, 1989.
  254. "Sclerotherapy: Pointers, Pearls & Pitfalls” American Academy of Dermatology. San Diego, CA. June, 1989.
  255. "Sclerotherapy" Dermatology Update & All That Jazz. New Orleans, LA. May, 1989.
  256. "Sclerotherapy in Clinical Practice" Louisiana Dermatological Society. New Orleans, LA. January, 1989.
  257. "Promoting the Private Practice in Dermatology" American Academy of Dermatology. Washington, D.C. December, 1988.
  258. "Sclerotherapy in Clinical Practice" American Academy of Dermatology. New York, NY. June, 1988.
  259. “A Slow Release Vehicle with Good Bioavailability to Minimize the Irritancy of Tretinoin” Poster Exhibit. Mary P. Lupo, M.D., Barry Resnik, B.S., Gail S. Bazzano, PhD. American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, LA. February, 1988.
  260. "Telangiectasia Drug Therapy/Sclerotherapy” Advanced Dermatological Surgery Concepts, Tulane Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine. New Orleans, LA. February, 1988.
  261. "Sclerotherapy" Techniques and Current Concepts, Tulane Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine. New Orleans, LA. March, 1987.
  262. "Telangiectasia Drug Therapy" Advanced Dermatological Surgery Concepts, Tulane Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine. New Orleans, LA. May, 1986.
  263. "Lymphomatoid Nodularis (Variant of Lymphomatoid Papulosis)" Clinical and Dermatopathologic Seminar, Southern Medical Assoc. Orlando, FL. November, 1985.
  264. "Cicatritial Pemphigoid and Carcinoma of Stomach" Clinical- Pathology Seminar of S.M.A. New Orleans, LA. November, 1984.
  265. "Leucotrienes and Psoriasis" Newer Concepts in Dermatologic Disease and Therapy. New Orleans, LA. March, 1984.
  266. "A Study of Skin Surface Prostaglandins in Atopic Dermatitis" Peterkin Paper presented to the Louisiana Dermatologic Society. January, 1984. Awarded first prize.
  267. “Metastasis Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Lymphomatous Lymph Node" American Academy of Dermatology. Chicago, IL. December, 1983.
  268. “Epithelioid Sarcoma" Burks-Cooper Seminar at the Southern Medical Association Convention. Baltimore, MD. November, 1983.
  269. "Psoriasis and Seborrhea" Westwood Pharmaceuticals Conference New Orleans, LA. October, 1983.
  270. “Angio-Immunoblastic Lymphadenopathy" Louisiana Dermatological Society. New Orleans, LA. February, 1982.
PUBLICATIONS:
  1. “Cosmeceuticals for Enhancing Cosmetic Procedures.” Co-editor. Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice. 2014.
  2. “Treatment of burn scars with the 1,550 nm nonablative fractional Erbium Laser” Waibel, J., Wulkan, A.J., Lupo, M., Beer, K., Anderson, R.R., Lasers Surg Med. 2012 Aug; 44 (6): 441-446 - Cited in “The year in burns 2012” Wolf, S.E., Arnoldo, B.D., Burns. 2013; 39 (8): 1501-1513.
  3. “Abbreviations for Device Names: A Proposed Methodology with Specific Examples” Dermatologic Surgery. 2013; 39 (4) 548-550. Part of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Lexicon Task Force Panel.
  4. “Efficacy of hydroquinone-free skin-lightening cream for photoaging” Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology. 2013; 12-17.
  5. “Neurotoxin Treatment of the Upper Face” Cosmetic Dermatology. 2012; 25 (9) 427-432.
  6. “An Overview of Injectable Fillers With Special Consideration to the Periorbital Area” Cosmetic Dermatology. 2012; 25 (9) 421-426.
  7. “Guest Editorial: Training in Cosmetic Dermatology” Cosmetic Dermatology. 2012; 25 (9) 392-393.
  8. “Treatment of burn scars with the 1,550 nm nonablative fractional Erbium Laser” Waibel, J., Wulkan, A.J., Lupo, M., Beer, K., Anderson, R.R., Lasers Surg Med. 2012 Aug; 44 (6): 441-446.
  9. “Cosmeceuticals Used in Conjunction with Laser Resurfacing” Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. Mary Lupo and Leah Jacob, Vol. 30, No. 3 September 2011; 156-162.
  10. “Volumetric Approach to Lips” in Illustrated Manual of Injectable Fillers. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. Sadick NS, Carniol PJ, Roy D, Wiest L ed. 2011; 107-119.
  11. “Hyaluronic Acid Fillers” in Cosmetic Bootcamp Primer: Comprehensive Aesthetic Management. Beer K, Lupo MP, Narurkar VA, ed. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2011; 135-140.
  12. “One Syringe Wonder” in Cosmetic Bootcamp Primer: Comprehensive Aesthetic Management. Beer K, Lupo MP, Narurkar VA, ed. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2011; 130-134.
  13. Cosmetic Bootcamp Primer: Comprehensive Aesthetic Management. Co-editor. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2011.
  14. “Attitudes, Awareness, and Usage of Medical Antiaging Treatments: Results of a Patient Survey” Weinkle S, Lupo M J Clin Aesthet Derm 2010; 3(9):30-33.
  15. “The effect of lidocaine when mixed with large gel particle hyaluronic acid filler on tolerability and longevity: a six month trial” J Drugs in Derm, 2010; 9(9): 1097-1100.
  16. “Making the Right Choices: Attaining Predictable Aesthetic Results with Dermal Fillers” J Drugs in Derm, 2010; 9(5): 458-465.
  17. “Incorporating Skin Care Products into Your Practice” in Cosmeceutical Science in Clinical Practice. Sadick NS, Lupo MP, Berson DS, Draelos ZD, ed. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy, 2010, 85-88.
  18. Cosmeceutical Science in Clinical Practice. Co-editor. Informa Healthcare Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy. 2010.
  19. “Approach to choosing the ideal filler” Sadick, NS ed. Augmentation Fillers. Cambridge University Press, 2010, 5-12.
  20. The Derm Directory: Cosmeceuticals co-editor. 2009.
  21. “Cosmeceuticals: Practical Applications” Narurkar, VA ed. Dermatologic Clinics: Cosmetic Dermatology. Elsevier 2009, 401-416.
  22. “Practical Uses of Botanicals in Skin Care” J Clin Aesthet Derm 2009; 2 (1): 36-40.
  23. “Skin Rejuvenation Using Microdermabrasion” Ahluwalia, GS ed. William Andrew, 2009, 291-300.
  24. “Peptides and Proteins” in Cosmeceuticals 2nd Ed. Draelos, ZD ed. Saunders Elsevier, 2009, 121-129.
  25. “New Generation Cosmeceutical Agents” in Aesthetic Rejuvenation: A Regional Approach. Hirsch RJ, Cohen JL, Sadick N. McGraw Hill, 2009, 31-53.
  26. “Correction of Improper Product Selection and Placement in Facial Filling” Practical Dermatology. October, 2008; 41-42.
  27. “Natural Look in Volume Restoration” J Drugs in Dermatol 2008; 7 (9):833-839.
  28. “Peptides for Facial Skin Aging” in Simplified Facial Rejuvenation Shiffman, MA, Mirrafati, SJ, Lam, SM. Springer Press, 2008. 79-81.
  29. “Advances in Facial Rejuvenation: Botulinum Toxin Type A, Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers, and Combination Therapies-Consensus Recommendations”. (Consensus Member) Plast Reconstr Surg 2008; 121: 5(S): 5S-30S.
  30. “Effectiveness of Juvederm Ultra Plus Dermal Filler in the Treatment of Severe Nasolabial Folds”. Plast. Reconstr. Surg.2008; 121: 289-97.
  31. “Coffeeberry: A New, Natural Antioxidant in Professional Antiaging Skin Care” Cosmet Dermatol 2007; 20 (10) S4: 2-9.
  32. “Comparison of Smooth-Gel Hyaluronic Acid Fillers with Cross-linked Bovine Collagen: A Multi-Center, Double-Masked, Randomized, Within-Subject Study”. Dermatol Surg 2007; 33: S128-S135.
  33. “Novel eye Cream Containing a Mixture of Human Growth Factors and Cytokines for Periorbital Skin Rejuvenation”. J Drugs in Dermatol 2007; 6 (7) 725-729.
  34. “Delayed Presentation of Impending Necrosis Following Soft Tissue Augmentation with Hyaluronic Acid and Successful Management with Hyaluronidase”. J Drugs in Dermatol 2007; 6 (3) 325-328.
  35. “Dermatosis Papulosis Nigra: Treatment Options”. J Drugs in Dermatol 2007; 6 (1) 29-30.
  36. “Hyaluronic Acid Fillers in Facial Rejuvenation”. Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery: Update in Aesthetic Dermatology. 2006; 25 (3) 122-126.
  37. “A Global Approach to the treatment of Photoaging” US Dermatology Review 2006, 74-76.
  38. “Acne Rosacea Issue” Guest Editor. J Drugs in Dermatol 2006; 5 (1).
  39. “Cosmeceutical Peptides” Dermatol Surgery 2005; 31 (7) Part 2 832-836.
  40. “Photoaging 2005: Treatment Options” The Skin Cancer Foundation Journal. Volume XXIII, 2005.
  41. “Peptides and Proteins” in Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology: Cosmeceuticals, Draelos ZD, Dover JS, Alam M ed. Elsevier Saunders, 2005: 119-124.
  42. “Photoaging Threat Advisory: A Treatment Algorithm” Cosmetic Dermatology 2005; 18 (3) 221-224.
  43. “Photodamage Treatments” Supplement to Skin and Aging, July 2004; 3-23.
  44. “Adult Acne and Rosacea” Medical Crossfire 2003: 4(26) 3-18.
  45. “Patient Assessment of Nonablative Rejuvenation” Cosmetic Dermatology 2003; 16 (1) 18-20.
  46. “A Review of Vitamins in OTC Skin Products” Cosmetic Dermatology 2001; 14 (10) 33-35.
  47. “Antioxidants and Vitamins in Cosmetics” Clinics in Dermatology, 2001; 19 (4) 467473.
  48. “Capillary Damage Resulting from Laser Hair Removal” Cosmetic Dermatology, 2001; 14 (6) 15.
  49. “Cultural Attributes of Caucasian Women” in Women’s Dermatology from Infancy to Maturity, Parish LC, Brenner S, Ramos-e-Silva M ed. Parthenon Publishing Group, 2001; 450-452.
  50. “Cosmetic Procedures in Darker Phototypes” Cosmetic Dermatology, 2000; 13 (9) 3943.
  51. “Antioxidants in Topical Skin Care Products” Dialogues in Dermatology, August, 2000; 46 (5).
  52. “Chemical Peel Variables for Optimal Results” Cosmetic Surgery Update: Cosmetic Dermatology 1999; 12 (9) 9-11.
  53. "The Evaluation and Management of the Aging Face: A Clinician Approach" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1997; 10 (9) 10-12.
  54. "Mastering Sclerotherapy" Cosmetic Dermatology, August, 1996; 9 (8) 11-15.
  55. "Adjustable Depth Needle Makes Collagen Replacement Simpler" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1995; 8 (11) 10-12.
  56. "Maximizing Your Acne Treatment” Cosmetic Dermatology, Patient Edition, Winter 1995.
  57. "Dermatologic Conditions Related to Sun Exposure" Cosmetic Dermatology, Patient Edition, Spring 1994.
  58. "Rosacea” Cosmetic Dermatology, Patient Edition, Summer 1994.
  59. "A Technique to Correct Under eye Circles and Bags” Cosmetic Dermatology, 1993; 6 (3) 14-16.
  60. "Dermatologist's Knowledge of Cosmetic Ingredients Important" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1992; 5 (8) 16-18.
  61. "Providing Adequate Therapy for Acne Patients" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1992; 5 (7) 14-16.
  62. "OTC Skin Care Advice Does Not Always Include Sunscreen Protection" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1992; 5 (6) 15-16.
  63. "Knowledge of Facial Masks Important to Dermatologist" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1992; 5 (5) 16-20.
  64. "Eyelid Dermatitis" Cosmetic Dermatology, 1992; 5 (4) 24-25.
  65. "Sclerotherapy: Review of Results and Complications in 200 patients” J. Dermatol Surg Oncol, 1989; 15:214-219.
  66. "Acne Vulgaris: Treatments and Their Rationale" Postgraduate Medicine, 1985; 78 (7) 76-84.
  67. "Epithelioid Sarcoma - Report of a Case" Arch. Dermatol, 1985; 121: 394-39

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