The Baker Gordon Symposium is pleased to host our 57th educational conference as we continue to honor the history and legacy of our founder, Dr. Thomas J. Baker.
For our 57th Symposium, our theme is “Aesthetic Outcome Progression Over The Last Half Century-What Have We Learned? While both techniques and technology have certainly evolved, the demands of patient specific anatomy and aesthetic consistency remain persistent challenges. Even as change occurs, many things remain constant and the improvements we discern remain subjective impressions.
The Keynote Speaker for the 57th Baker Gordon Symposium is Dr. Julian Pribaz, Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of South Florida and a pioneer in face transplantation while serving as a primary investigator during his tenure at Harvard.
The Baker Gordon Symposium has become the largest live surgery symposia in the United States, and has trained thousands of plastic surgeons both through attendance, as well as through distribution of edited videos.
We welcome you and thank you for your continued participation and support of the Baker Gordon Symposium!
BAKER GORDON HOST
James M. Stuzin, M.D.
Professor of Surgery (Plastic) – Voluntary
University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
Courtesy Clinical Associate Professor
College of Medicine, University of Florida
Weston and Miami, FL