Tentative agenda, subject to changes
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Time Event
4-6pm Conference Check in
7-9pm Welcome Reception with Exhibitors
Friday, March 9, 2018
Time Speaker Topic
630-730a Breakfast Available in Exhibitor Area
7a Raman Mahabir Mayo Clinic Welcome
715-825a Resident Best Papers
825-840a Sara Struve Mayo Clinic Phoenix Outpatient bilateral mastectomies with immediate pre-pectoral breast reconstruction
840-900a  Harry Salinas Miami Cancer Institute Minimizing length of stay, narcotic use, operative times and complications combining an ERAS protocol to a two team approach in microsurgical breast reconstruction
900-920a Valerie Lemaine Mayo Clinic Building a transgender team and practice focused on the needs of the patient
920-940a  Matt Iorio UC Denver Super-thin flaps in extremity reconstruction
940-1000a Amer Durrani Cambridge University Hospitals Ten years of head & neck reconstruction at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
300-400p Snacks Available in Exhibitor Area
340-400p Ryan Craner Mayo Clinic Postoperative nausea and vomiting – the cost or patient satisfaction
400-420p Tae Chong University of Colorado Gracilis flaps for perineal reconstruction
420-440p  Jay Agarwal University of Utah Development of a percutaneous osseointegrated prosthesis for transfemoral amputees, the Utah experience.
440-500p William Casey Mayo Clinic Indocyanine Green (ICG) lymphangiography optimizes the identification and management of lymphatic leaks in the groin
500-545p  Bernie Lee Harvard University Strategies for success in academic plastic surgery and avoiding burnout
Dinner on own Friday.
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Time Speaker Topic
630-7a Breakfast Available in Exhibitor Area
700a Alanna Rebecca Mayo Clinic Announcements
715-800a Luis Macias USC Keck SOM No drain abdominoplasty
800-820a Nick Slenkovitch Colorado Plastic Surgery Center Optimizing safety in gluteal fat grafting
820-840a Leland Webb United States Air Force The scroll suspension suture in open septorhinoplasty
840-900a Hunter Moyer Regional Health Predicting success in breast augmentation: sizes, shapes, and subjectivity
900-920a Alanna Rebecca Mayo Clinic Multi-disciplinary robotic and minimally invasive surgery
920-940a Michael Gordon University of Colorado Geometry of wound epithelialization
940-1000a  David Mathes UC Denver Update on the current status of VCA
300-400p Snacks Available in Exhibitor Area
330-350p  Luis Macias USC Keck SOM The subfascial for primary and neosubfascial for revisions
350-410p David Greenspun Greenwich Hospital Lumbar artery perforator flap breast reconstruction: achieving good aesthetic results at both donor and recipient site
410-430p Christopher Williams Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery Liposomal bupivacaine and an enhanced recovery pathway reduce inpatient narcotic use and length of stay for DIEP flap patients

Richard Baynosa

University of Nevada SOM Use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for compromised grafts and flaps
450-510p Michelle Roughton UNC – Chapel Hill Early experience with 150 pre-pectoral direct-to-implant reconstructions
510-530p Rob Cohen Private Practice One stage augmentation mastopexy: a safe and patient preferred procedure
530-550p  David Khechoyan Children’s Colorado Measuring 3D outcomes in craniofacial surgery
700pm Cocktails The Spur in Teton Village
730pm Dinner  The Spur in Teton Village
Sunday, March 11, 2018
Time Speaker Topic
700a Coffee Available in Exhibitor Area
730a William Casey Mayo Clinic Announcements & Introductions
730-845a Oral Boards
8:00-900a Breakfast with Vendors in Exhibitor Area
900a-945a Anu Bajaj Oklahoma, Private Practice Work life balance in residency and beyond
1000a-1206p Resident Fellow Medical Student Abstract Session
1206p Adjourn
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