Tuesday, November 25, 2008


Exciting news about Dr. Peter Neligan---

CHICAGO – Peter Neligan, MD, Professor of Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle, was named President of the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation (PSEF), at Plastic Surgery 2008, the annual scientific assembly of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The PSEF is the research arm of ASPS, the world’s largest plastic surgery association and foremost authority on cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.

Dr. Neligan will serve as PSEF President for one year. “The PSEF is an amazing source of support for funding and development within the plastic surgery arena,” said Dr. Neligan “and my hope as PSEF President is to further establish it as the main research engine in the field of plastic surgery.”

An ASPS Member Surgeon since 1988, Dr. Neligan currently serves on the ASPS/PSEF Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He also served as a member of the Data Task Force, Publications Committee, and the Maliniac Selection Committee. In addition, he is the Chair of the Research Oversight Committee.

Congratulations to you, Dr. Neligan and thank you for all you have done for our friend with your knowledge.


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