IMCAS China – Shanghai - 28 & 29 July 2012 (IMCAS (International)

Venue: Shangri-La Pudong convention Center

Location: Shanghai, China

Event Date/Time: Jul 28, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 29, 2012
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IMCAS has become one of the most important international courses dedicated to Aging Skin Treatments.

This year in China: The leading subjects on plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology: from pathology to aesthetic

With the official support of the Huashan Hospital of Shanghai - Plastic Surgery and Dermatology services, this brand new IMCAS China 2012 intends to learn from our previous Asian congresses, whether there were held in Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok ... and from the recent IMCAS Annual Meeting 2012, in Paris.

In a spirit of exchange, IMCAS wants to consolidate the aesthetic fundamentals while beneficiating from the expertise and specialities of China major key opinion leaders.


IMCAS seeks not only to be aware of latest trends and novelties, but also to be a solid ground for innovation itself, associating to its significant teaching pro- gram an exchange platform. A platform designed to help with the commercial and marketing development of new ideas as well as the gathering of aesthetic surgery and cosmetic dermatology ideas and minds.

Indeed hoping for your participation, we extend a warm welcome to you to join us in enjoying Shanghai hospitality!

Venue

33 Fu Cheng Road, Pudong
Shanghai
China
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Additional Information

THE SCIENTIFIC BOARD Course Director Benjamin ASCHER, Plastic Surgeon, France Course Coordinators Henry Hin Lee CHA, Dermatologist, Hong Kong SAR China Xiongzheng David MU, Plastic Surgeon, China Leihong Flora XIANG, Dermatologist, China Kotaro YOSHIMURA, Plastic Surgeon, Japan Scientific Secretaries Daniel DEL VECCHIO, Plastic Surgeon, United States Moshe LAPIDOTH Dermatologist, Israel IMCAS CHINA 2012 preliminary program is already available, and will feature as always: • Scientific sessions
 • Sponsored symposia
 • Live demonstrations (of 20 min each)

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