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  • Past Recipients
  • 2011 - Today: Achieving New Heights

    2011

    • First Verification of Knowledge Exam offered
    • Online Introductory Course offered
    • President E. Duco Jansen, PhD 2010-2011
    • Annual Conference in Grapevine, Texas; 1683 in attendance
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    2012

    • First Tech Connect Non-CME session offered at Annual Conference
    • ASLMS launched Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages
    • President Brian D. Zelickson, MD 2011-2012
    • Annual Conference in Kissimmee, Florida; 1667 in attendance
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    2013

    • Free membership offered to students, residents and fellows
    • ASLMS and PAPDT host first combined Photodynamic Therapy Session at the Annual Conference
    • President George J. Hruza, MD, MBA 2012-2013
    • Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts; 2002 in attendance
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    2014

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    2015

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    2016

  • 2001 - 2010: Advancing ASLMS

    2001

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    2002

    • Laser Express online journal created
    • President J. Stuart Nelson, MD, PhD 2001-2002
    • Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia; 1301 in attendance
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    2003

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    • Joint International ASLMS / BMLA / ELA meeting held in Edinburgh, Scotland
    • President Suzanne L. Kilmer, MD 2002-2003
    • Annual Conference in Anaheim, California; 1375 in attendance
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    2004

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    2005

    • J. Stuart Nelson, MD, PhD, appointed as LSM Editor-in-Chief
    • President Jerome M. Garden, MD 2004-2005
    • Annual Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Florida; 1815 in attendance
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    2006

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    2007

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    2008

    • ePoster program developed
    • First annual Fundamentals of Lasers in Health Care course held
    • President E. Victor Ross 2007-2008
    • Annual Conference in Kissimmee, Florida; 2535 in attendance
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    2009

    • LSM Impact Factor reaches record high of 3.539
    • Member database management system upgraded
    • President Brian S. Biesman, MD 2008-2009
    • Annual Conference in National Harbor, Maryland; 1801 in attendance
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    2010

    • Dr. Charles H. Townes receives Annual Conference Special Award on the 50th Anniversary of the operation of the laser
    • President R. Rox Anderson, MD 2009-2010
    • Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona; 1971 in attendance
  • 1991 - 2000: Expanding Horizons

    1991

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    1992

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    1993

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    • Caroline Mark became "Honorary Fellow"
    • Student Member category created
    • President Leonard J. Cerullo, MD 1992-1993
    • Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana; 1049 in attendance
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    1994

    • Dr. Ellet Drake retired as Secretary and became Historian
    • Member-Get-A-Member program established
    • President Ronald G. Wheeland, MD 1993-1994
    • Annual Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 966 in attendance
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    1995

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    1996

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    1997

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    1998

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    • Dr. David Golderg appointed first Legal Advisor
    • Dr. William Owen appointed first Safety Director
    • Leon Goldman Memorial Award established
    • President David J. Goldberg, MD, JD 1997-1998
    • Annual Conference in San Diego, California; 1272 in attendance
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    1999

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    2000

  • 1981 - 1990: Laying the Groundwork

    1981

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    1982

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    1983

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    • First Standards of Training and Practice document drafted and approved by the Board
    • President Joseph H. Bellina, MD 1982-1983
    • Annual Conference New Orleans, Louisiana; 294 in attendance
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    1984

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    1985

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    1986

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    • Subscription to the LSM journal is included as a member benefit
    • ASLMS approved by ACCME to grant CME credits
    • President Gezo J. Jako, MD 1985-1986
    • Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts; 966 in attendance
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    1987

    • ASLMS published first biophysics course book
    • Dr. Carmen Puliafito appointed as LSM Editor
    • President Kenneth A. Arndt, MD 1986-1987
    • Annual Conference in San Francisco, California; 1067 in attendance
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    1988

    • ASLMS has members from 20 countries
    • President Michael W. Berns, PHD 1987-1988
    • Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas; 1051 in attendance
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    1989

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    1990

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    • "Physician Member" category created
    • President Robert H. Ossoff, MD, DMD 1989-1990
    • Annual Conference in Nashville, Tennessee; 1039 in attendance
  • Laser Purchase and Clinical Marketing Considerations
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    George Hruza, MD, MBA
    Adjunct Professor of Dermatology, St. Louis University
    Laser & Dermatologic Surgery Center, Chesterfield, MO

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Listeners will gain knowledge of considerations when purchasing a new laser/light-based device as related to practice, patient need, and treatment. Additional information includes cost negotiation, applied use, upgrades, maintenance, alternative devices and purchase contract agreements. Important clinical marketing tips are also addressed. Dr. Hruza is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Received honoraria or gifts from Kythera.

     

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  • Pursue Your Passion
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    Eric F. Bernstein, MD, MSE
    Main Line Center for Laser Surgery, Ardmore, PA

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Dr. Eric Bernstein shares personal reflections on the exciting times of laser and light-based practices and research. This podcast reflects on highlights of the Cutaneous Laser Surgery session at the 2015 ASLMS Annual Conference and focuses on generating personal inspiration to strive for excellence. Dr. Bernstein shares tips for young professionals about maintaining a level of fascination with physics, biology, light and lasers, and pursuing this passion every day. Dr. Bernstein is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Received consulting fees from Candela Corporation; Holds ownership interests in Tria Beauty; Received research grant funding from Candela Corporation.

     

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  • Combining OCT / Two-Photon Luminescence Imaging to Detect Atherosclerotic Plaques
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    Tianyi Wang, PhD
    Research Associate, University of Texas, Austin, TX Department of Biomedical Engineering

    Recorded on 4/14/15

    Dr. Wang reviews his 2-year project sponsored by the ASLMS Research Grant from 2013. This research combines the optical coherence tomography and the two-photon luminescence imaging to detect atherosclerotic plaques. Diagnostic methods and catheter developments. Current technique and details of enhancement are reviewed. Dr. Wang is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: No disclosures to report.
    Citations: Tianyi Wang, PhD - Research Associate, University of Texas, Austin, TX Department of Biomedical Engineering [1] Wang T, et al, Biomed. Opt. Express 6(5), 1665 (2015) [2] Wang T, et al, Lasers Surg. Med. 47(6), 485 (2015).

     

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  • Nursing/Allied Health – Opportunities within ASLMS
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    Mary Stoll, RN
    Director, Clinical Education for Cynosure Inc, in Westford, Massachusetts

    Marian O’Hagan, RN, BSN
    Certified Laser IPL Specialist and Manager, Clinical Training,Cynosure, Inc. Affiliations with Cynosure, Crystal Lake, Illinois

    Andrea Morrison, RN
    Manager, Clinical Education for Cynosure Inc, in Westford, Massachusetts

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Andrea Morrison, RN and Marian O’Hagan, RN, Education Chairs for the Nursing/Allied Health Course at the 2015 ASLMS Annual Conference along with Mary Stoll, RN and current ASLMS Board Representative for Nursing/Allied Health share topics explored at the 2015 Nursing/Allied Health course, insight about membership initiatives for Nursing/Allied Health within ASLMS and new opportunities for networking, fellowship, award recognition and information exchange for Nursing/Allied Health professionals within ASLMS. The interview was conducted by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Mary Stoll, RN - Received salary from Cynosure; Holds ownership interest with Cynosure; Marian O’Hagan, RN - Received salary from Cynosure; Andrea Morrison, RN - Received salary from BTL Industries, Cynosure; Served on advisory board as Officer or Director for BTL Industries.

     

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  • Nursing/Allied Health – Opportunities within ASLMS
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    Mary Stoll, RN
    Director, Clinical Education for Cynosure Inc, in Westford, Massachusetts

    Marian O’Hagan, RN, BSN
    Certified Laser IPL Specialist and Manager, Clinical Training,Cynosure, Inc. Affiliations with Cynosure, Crystal Lake, Illinois

    Andrea Morrison, RN
    Manager, Clinical Education for Cynosure Inc, in Westford, Massachusetts

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Andrea Morrison, RN and Marian O’Hagan, RN, Education Chairs for the Nursing/Allied Health Course at the 2015 ASLMS Annual Conference along with Mary Stoll, RN and current ASLMS Board Representative for Nursing/Allied Health share topics explored at the 2015 Nursing/Allied Health course, insight about membership initiatives for Nursing/Allied Health within ASLMS and new opportunities for networking, fellowship, award recognition and information exchange for Nursing/Allied Health professionals within ASLMS. The interview was conducted by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Mary Stoll, RN - Received salary from Cynosure; Holds ownership interest with Cynosure; Marian O’Hagan, RN - Received salary from Cynosure; Andrea Morrison, RN - Received salary from BTL Industries, Cynosure; Served on advisory board as Officer or Director for BTL Industries.

     

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  • Combining OCT / Two-Photon Luminescence Imaging to Detect Atherosclerotic Plaques
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    Tianyi Wang, PhD
    Research Associate, University of Texas, Austin, TX Department of Biomedical Engineering

    Recorded on 4/14/15

    Dr. Wang reviews his 2-year project sponsored by the ASLMS Research Grant from 2013. This research combines the optical coherence tomography and the two-photon luminescence imaging to detect atherosclerotic plaques. Diagnostic methods and catheter developments. Current technique and details of enhancement are reviewed. Dr. Wang is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: No disclosures to report.
    Citations: Tianyi Wang, PhD - Research Associate, University of Texas, Austin, TX Department of Biomedical Engineering [1] Wang T, et al, Biomed. Opt. Express 6(5), 1665 (2015) [2] Wang T, et al, Lasers Surg. Med. 47(6), 485 (2015).

     

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  • Laser Purchase and Clinical Marketing Considerations
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    George Hruza, MD, MBA
    Adjunct Professor of Dermatology, St. Louis University
    Laser & Dermatologic Surgery Center, Chesterfield, MO

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Listeners will gain knowledge of considerations when purchasing a new laser/light-based device as related to practice, patient need, and treatment. Additional information includes cost negotiation, applied use, upgrades, maintenance, alternative devices and purchase contract agreements. Important clinical marketing tips are also addressed. Dr. Hruza is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Received honoraria or gifts from Kythera.

     

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  • Pursue Your Passion
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    Eric F. Bernstein, MD, MSE
    Main Line Center for Laser Surgery, Ardmore, PA

    Recorded on: 4/24/15

    Dr. Eric Bernstein shares personal reflections on the exciting times of laser and light-based practices and research. This podcast reflects on highlights of the Cutaneous Laser Surgery session at the 2015 ASLMS Annual Conference and focuses on generating personal inspiration to strive for excellence. Dr. Bernstein shares tips for young professionals about maintaining a level of fascination with physics, biology, light and lasers, and pursuing this passion every day. Dr. Bernstein is interviewed by Utpal Patel, MD, PhD.

    Disclosures: Received consulting fees from Candela Corporation; Holds ownership interests in Tria Beauty; Received research grant funding from Candela Corporation.

     

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  • Access Light Reader Issues

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  • Laser Tattoo Treatment: It's More Than Just Ink
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    Klaus Hoffmann, MD, PhD
    RUHR University Bochum, Bochum, Germany

    Recorded on: 7/19/16

    Dr. Hoffmann provides a brief historical review of laser types, research with technology, and research of tattoo ink producers in relation to establishing the best clinical approach with patients who seek tattoo treatment. Discussion includes various lasers, power and wavelength settings based on different ink colors. New technologies have allowed for more effective, patient-affordable treatment with fewer risks. Dr. Hoffmann stresses the use of complete and thorough diagnosis based on multiple factors prior to treatment.

    Disclosures: Received Grant Funding from Cutera, Cynosure; Received equipment from BTL, Lumenis, Cutera, Cynosure, Zeltiq; Received travel expenses from Cutera, Cynosure; Received honoraria from BTL, Lumenis, Cutera, Cynosure, Zeltiq.

     

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  • Laser Tattoo Treatment: It's More Than Just Ink
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    Klaus Hoffmann, MD, PhD
    RUHR University Bochum, Bochum, Germany

    Recorded on: 7/19/16

    Dr. Hoffmann provides a brief historical review of laser types, research with technology, and research of tattoo ink producers in relation to establishing the best clinical approach with patients who seek tattoo treatment. Discussion includes various lasers, power and wavelength settings based on different ink colors. New technologies have allowed for more effective, patient-affordable treatment with fewer risks. Dr. Hoffmann stresses the use of complete and thorough diagnosis based on multiple factors prior to treatment.

    Disclosures: Received Grant Funding from Cutera, Cynosure; Received equipment from BTL, Lumenis, Cutera, Cynosure, Zeltiq; Received travel expenses from Cutera, Cynosure; Received honoraria from BTL, Lumenis, Cutera, Cynosure, Zeltiq.

     

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  • Tattoo Removal: Providing Effective Treatment and Overcoming Complications
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    Kelly Stankiewicz, MD
    Practicing Dermatologist at The Dermatology Institute of DuPage Medical Group

    Recorded: April, 2016

    Dr. Stankiewicz reviews new developments surrounding the use of picosecond lasers in combination with PFD patches for effective tattoo removal. She also discusses treatment of cosmetic tattoos and shares personal pearls for overcoming complications including post-treatment ink darkening and tattoo allergic reactions. New research in laser and needs for varied ink color treatment is also explored.

    Disclosures: Travel expenses paid by: Cutera; Received honoraria from: Cutera

     

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  • Tattoo Removal: Providing Effective Treatment and Overcoming Complications
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    Kelly Stankiewicz, MD
    Practicing Dermatologist at The Dermatology Institute of DuPage Medical Group

    Recorded: April, 2016

    Dr. Stankiewicz reviews new developments surrounding the use of picosecond lasers in combination with PFD patches for effective tattoo removal. She also discusses treatment of cosmetic tattoos and shares personal pearls for overcoming complications including post-treatment ink darkening and tattoo allergic reactions. New research in laser and needs for varied ink color treatment is also explored.

    Disclosures: Travel expenses paid by: Cutera; Received honoraria from: Cutera

     

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  • Photobiomodulation and its Clinical Uses with Soft Tissue Injuries
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    Steve Tumilty MD, MPhty
    Researcher and Professor with Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand

    Recorded on: April, 2015

    Dr. Tumilty explains the specific laser parameters he uses to treat patients with soft tissue injuries and that by combining laser treatment along with standard physical therapy, it reduced the amount of time needed for actual physical therapy and increased compliance among patients for the treatments prescribed to them.

    Disclosures: Received equipment from: LiteCure LLC; Travel expenses paid by: LiteCure LLC

     

     

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  • Photobiomodulation and its Clinical Uses with Soft Tissue Injuries
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    Steve Tumilty MD, MPhty
    Researcher and Professor with Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand

    Recorded on: April, 2015

    Dr. Tumilty explains the specific laser parameters he uses to treat patients with soft tissue injuries and that by combining laser treatment along with standard physical therapy, it reduced the amount of time needed for actual physical therapy and increased compliance among patients for the treatments prescribed to them.

    Disclosures: Received equipment from: LiteCure LLC; Travel expenses paid by: LiteCure LLC

     

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