Why should I join ISAPS?
ISAPS encourages the exchange of information and learning in many ways: through our courses, symposia, the Biennial Congress, and the Visiting Professor Program. Some members also provide informal and more intimate fellowships in their practice, clinic and academic setting. Listed below are programs offered by ISAPS members who accept plastic surgeons for short periods of training.
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NEW ISAPS Fellowship Program
ISAPS Fellowship 2023 Program – Now open for applications! Click here to apply
This fellowship program is designed for a longer stay of three or six months. The intention is to get an intensive training in a broader field of aesthetic surgery. This format is applicable for residents as part of their training in plastic surgery, but also after board certification within the first three years. The structure of such a teaching program is entirely up to the expert and local host. You must have an ISAPS Membership to apply. Click to access information.
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Click on the host surgeon’s name to download information for any program listed. Additional fellowships will be posted as received. ISAPS reserves the right to accept or deny any program for posting.
Arrangements for both Visit an ISAPSexpert and ISAPSmentoring are arranged between the surgeon offering the program and the visitor directly.
These programs are open to ISAPS Resident or Associate members only.
Visit an ISAPSexpert
The Residents Committee has developed this new program designed specifically for young surgeons. ISAPS members listed below will accept ISAPS Resident and Associate members for short periods of one-on-one training. If you know a young surgeon who would benefits from this specialized training, encourage them to join ISAPS.
Resident and Associate members must apply to the program they would like directly. New ISAPSexperts are added to our website as they are approved.
- Dr. Al Aly – Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- Dr. Giovanni Botti – Salò (Lake Garda), Italy
- Dr. Gianluca Campiglio – Milan, Italy
- Dr. Javier de Benito – Barcelona, Spain
- Dr. Ruth Graf – Curitiba, Brazil
- Dr. Bahman Guyuron – Cleveland, Ohio, US
- Dr. Darryl Hodgkinson – Sydney, Australia
- Dr. Jamal Jomah – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Dr. Kai Kaye – Marbella, Spain
- Dr. Daniel Knutti – Biel, Switzerland
- Dr. Vakis Kontoes – Athens, Greece
- Dr. Apostolos Mandrekas – Athens, Greece
- Dr. Foad Nahai – Atlanta, Georgia, US
- Prof. Dr. Ernst Magnus Noah – Kassel, Germany
- Dr. Mario Pelle Ceravolo – Rome, Italy
- Dr. Dirk Richter – Köln, Germany
- Dr. Enrico Robotti – Bergamo, Italy
- Dr. Lorne Rosenfield – Burlingame, California, US
- Dr. Renato Saltz – Salt Lake City, Utah, US
- Prof. Dr. Cemal Senyuva – Istanbul, Turkey
- Dr. Ozan Sozer – El Paso, Texas, US
- Dr. Lina Triana – Cali, Colombia
- Prof. Dr. Carlos Oscar Uebel – Porto Alegre, Brazil
We are happy to present our new program in Aesthetic Education Worldwide® – ISAPSmentoring.
All of us admire our idols who revealed the secrets of aesthetic plastic surgery and helped us to survive during training the following years in practice. ISAPS now helps Resident and Associate members to find support from experienced colleagues and invites all members who have more than five years in practice to support highly motivated young talents as an ISAPS Mentor.
There are many situations during one’s career where we can benefit from a mentor’s wisdom. Many residents are looking for possible rotations during their training to improve their skills in different fields of plastic and aesthetic surgery that might not be offered in only one single clinic. The Mentor helps connect already established colleagues with young and highly motivated trainees. Another task is to give advice in choosing suitable meetings and courses for each level of training. Today a huge variety of aesthetic courses is offered and most young colleagues don’t know what they can expect from them. In additional to the ISAPS endorsements, a personal mentor can help the mentee select the right meetings to get the most out of them step by step.
After finishing training, new challenges are waiting for young surgeons. Whether as a board certified plastic surgeon working in a clinic or in a private office, new responsibilities demand one’s skills and strength. Especially in this period, ISAPSmentoring bolsters our young members with help in difficult plastic surgical cases regarding indications, best techniques and, if necessary, salvage procedures. See our list of ISAPS Mentors below, contact directly and introduce yourself.
Mentor and mentee can connect via email or WhatsApp and have quick exchanges. ISAPSmentoring encourages our seasoned members to become an official ISAPS Mentor and our young members to take advantage of this treasure of experience.
If you are interested in becoming an ISAPS Mentor, or if you have questions about participating as a Mentee, please don’t hesitate to contact our team. You are welcome to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note to be eligible to become an ISAPS Mentor you need to have been an active member of ISAPS for at least 5 years, be Board Certified for at least 10 years, and as part of your application provide evidence of scientific talks, publications. Applications will then be reviewed and approved by our Residents Committee.
ISAPS members who offer to participate.
- Dr. Giuliano Borille – Porto Alegre, Brazil
- Dr. Giancarlo Dall’Olio – Santo André, Brazil
- Dr. J. Abel de la Peña – Huixquilucan, Mexico
- Dr. Pavlo Denyschuk – Kyiv, Ukraine
- Dr. Milan Doshi – Mumbai, India
- Dr. Adham Farouk – Alexandria, Egypt
- Dr. Nimrod Friedman – Tel Aviv, Israel
- Dr. Andrey Iskornev – Moscow, Russia
- Dr. Yong Kyu Kim – Seoul, South Korea
- Dr. Richard Kopolovic – Hinsdale, Illinois, US
- Dr. Juan Esteban Sierra Mejia – Medellin, Colombia
- Dr. Ivar van Heijningen – Knokke Heist, Belgium
- Dr. Venkata Yamani – Hyderabad, India
Team members – Residents Committee
- Maria Wiedner, Germany – Chair
- Vakis Kontoes, Greece
- Bianca Ohana, Brazil
- Bertha Torres Gomez, Mexico
- Georgios Kolios, Germany
- Beryl Hui Hui Tan, Australia
- Peter Scott, South Africa
- Mehmet Bayramicli, Turkey
- Gianluca Campiglio, Italy
By posting or accepting a fellowship listed on the ISAPS website, you agree to the following:
The Fellowship and the Fellow hereby agree to jointly and severely release, defend and hold harmless the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) from any claims, whether first party or third party claims, related in any fashion to the Fellowship or to the Fellow, including but not limited to claims related to hiring, employment, compensation, supervision and/or malpractice.
Unless otherwise specified, these programs are not endorsed by ISAPS and all arrangements must be made between the prospective fellow and the program director. Please contact the program directly for more information.
- Saudi Arabia – Med Arts Clinics
Forms and Instructions
- If you wish to offer an ISAPSexpert program download the PDF form here.
- If you wish to offer an ISAPSmentoring program download the PDF form here.
- To request the ISAPSexpert program as a word document, contact email@example.com.
- Submit ISAPSexpert and ISAPSmentoring forms to ResidentsandFellows@isaps.org
- To list Fellowship Program, download the PDF form here.
- If you would like to endorse your fellowship download the PDF form here.
- Submit Fellowship Program forms to ResidentsandFellows@isaps.org