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Thursday, March 16, 2017
Time Event
3-6pm Conference Check in
7-9pm Welcome reception – Westgate Lobby Bar
Friday, March 17, 2017
Time Speaker Topic
630-730a Breakfast Available in Exhibitor Area
7a  Jay Agarwal University of Utah Welcome
705-715a Grant R. Fairbanks Fairbanks Plastic Surgery

The History of Plastic Surgery in Utah

715-730a Christopher Pannucci University of Utah

A precision medicine approach to venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in plastic surgery patients: the utility of anti-Factor Xa levels *


Barbu Gociman

University of Utah  Comparing Outcomes and Cost of Three Surgical Treatments for Sagittal Synostosis: A Retrospective Study Including Procedure-Related Cost Analysis
745-810a Robert Cohen Scottsdale Center for Plastic Surgery Circumareolar vs. Circumvertical Mastopexy Techniques: Patient Selection and Avoiding Complications
810-835a Robert Hamas Retired Breast Implant Technology – Comparison of Saline, Silicone Gel and Structured
835-900a David Greenspun David T. Greenspun, MD, MSc, FACS Unilateral autologous breast reconstruction with bi-pedicled, conjoined deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flaps
900-915a David Mathes University of Colorado The Impact of Technology on Abdominal Based Free Flap Breast Reconstruction
915-930a William J. Casey, III Mayo Clinic Options for partial breast reconstruction: Local flaps versus oncoplastic reduction
930-955a Grant R. Fairbanks Fairbanks Plastic Surgery Optimizing Results in Facial Rejuvenation Surgery
315-4p Snacks Available in Exhibitor Area
330-355p Isak Goodwin University of Utah Radial Forearm Phalloplasty
355-420p Alanna Rebecca Mayo Clinic Concurrent and Pre-existing Breast Implants in Adult Pectus Repair
420-445p Wei Wang University of Nevada School of Medicine Microcirculatory response in vivo on local intra-arterial infusion of autogenic adipose-derived stem cells or stromal vascular fraction
445-510p Barbu Gociman University of Utah The use of distraction osteogenesis in craniofacial surgery
510-555p Renato Saltz Saltz Plastic Surgery Endoscopic Facial Rejuvenation, The Gold Standard
555-610p Cori Agarwal University of Utah Female-to-Male Chest Wall Masculinization: Pearls and Pitfalls
610-625p Amer Durrani Cambridge University Hospitals Multidisciplinary team management of malignant melanoma in the UK
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Time Speaker Topic
630-7a Breakfast Available in Exhibitor Area
715a  Jay Agarwal University of Utah Announcements
725-750a Grant A. Fairbanks Fairbanks Plastic Surgery Foundation Rhinoplasty: Anatomical Approach to the Difficult Nose
750-835a Mike Edwards Anson, Edwards & Higgins Plastic Surgery Associates Breast Revision Overview and Lessons Learned
835-850a Brad Rockwell University of Utah A Model for University-Based International Plastic Surgery Collaboration Builds Local Sustainability
850-905a Tae Chong University of Colorado Keloid Management with Post-excisional 5-FU
905-920a Rich Baynosa University of Nevada School of Medicine Pre-pectoral Breast Reconstruction
920-935a Vidas Dumasius WVU – Ruby Memorial Managing Post-operative Seroma in Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction *
935-1000a Frederic Deleyiannis Children’s Hospital Colorado Strategies to improve movement of the midface after facial paralysis: neuromuscular re-education, slings, and free flaps
315-4p Snacks Available in Exhibitor Area
330-355p  David Creech Desert Mountain Plastic Surgeons Six-Year Clinical Trial Results with the IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implant
355-410p Cemile N. Ozturk Roswell Park Cancer Institute Device Explanation After Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction: Patient Characteristics and Timeline *
410-425p Can Ozturk Roswell Park Cancer Institute Management of Breast Implant Associated Infections in Breast Reconstruction *
425-450p David Khechoyan University of Colorado Orthognathic Surgery in Cleft Patients
450-535p James Higgins Curtis National Hand Center Microsurgical Cartilage Transfer – A New Frontier?
535-600p John Menezes University of Nevada School of Medicine The Optimization of Compression Therapy for Venous Stasis Using Piezoelectric Sensors *
600-615p  Christopher Pannucci University of Utah Can breast implants stop bullets?  A matched-pairs ballistics study.
 645pm Gondola to dinner  Red Pine Gondola opens
700pm Cocktails  Red Pine Lodge
800pm Dinner  Red Pine Lodge
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Time Speaker Topic
630-730a Coffee Available in Exhibitor Area
7-9:15a Mock Orals / Boards
8-930a Breakfast with Vendors in Exhibitor Area
930a-1230p Resident Abstracts
1230p Adjourn
*These sessions meet Patient Safety CME Requirements
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