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FAQs

Each location has a slight difference in operating hours. See contacts page for more information.

Because of our tight schedule, we do not recommend walk-ins. Please schedule an appointment ahead of time to secure your spot with our consultants and/or providers here.

Yes, we do! Our partners over at Perfect Frame specialize in microblading. Mention “AVANT100” when you checkout for a discount! (First time clients only).

Yes, we are! In fact, we have two Board Certified Plastic Surgeons: Perry Liu, MD, FACS and Edwin Kwon MD, FACS.

We currently have two locations: Beverly Hills and Arcadia. The Beverly Hills office is our headquarters. Find Us.

Insurance & Financing

As a convenience to our patients, we accept as many insurance plans as possible as an out-of-network provider. We are happy to work with you and your insurance plan. Insurance plans and coverage vary dramatically depending on your plan and the state where plans are based. We are happy to determine your insurance benefits and also determine your coverage for specific procedures. Some of the common insurance plans that we accept as an out of network provider are as follows:

And Most PPO Insurance

 

If your insurance plan is not listed above, we are happy to work with you to determine your plan benefits and get your procedure authorized by your insurance company.

Avant Aesthetics accepts care credit, credit card, cash and debit.

Many reconstructive procedures are covered by insurance policies. However, every insurance company has a different set of criteria distinguishing between reconstructive versus cosmetic procedures. Sometimes, apparent cosmetic procedures may also fall under the reconstruction category. For example, procedures such as breast reductions and blepharoplasty are often covered, but each insurance company has different criteria that have to be met before coverage is allowed. This may simply involve a letter from your physician that properly documents your ailments. Insurance policies also vary with regards to the amount of coverage provided. Due to the complexities of insurance contracts, the best way for you to figure these things out is to come in for a complimentary consultation and let us do the work to maximize your insurance benefits.

No deposit is required for insurance-based procedures, unless you have California Blue Shield or Blue Cross. Deposit will depend on the type of surgery you will be receiving. 

For cosmetic surgery not covered by insurance, deposit is 10% at time of scheduling for cosmetic procedures. If you require cosmetic financing, our experienced medical staff will work with you on obtaining financing if necessary. Once the necessary arrangements are made, we will work out a mutually agreeable date for surgery and schedule your surgery. Payment of the remaining balance is expected 2 weeks prior to your planned surgery. Please understand that this policy ensures that the operating room time is not wasted and that all our patients have the greatest flexibility in scheduling their surgeries.

 

As a service to our patients, we are able to offer financing from several reputable companies. Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining the care you deserve. It is also an easy way to spread out the out-of-pocket cost for cosmetic procedures. If there is a need, please contact us and we’ll help you make the necessary arrangements with the appropriate cosmetic surgery financing companies.

Pre & Post-Op Instructions

Pre & Post Op Instructions will be emailed to you.

For any type of surgery, you are required to have your blood tested with results delivered to us 2 weeks prior to your procedure. Unfortunately, Avant Aesthetics does not perform bloodwork.

There are two ways you can get your bloodwork done:
1. With your primary care physician.
2. At a laboratory.

If you do not have a primary care physician, the closest laboratory to our beverly hills location is at LabCorp:

 

 

 

 

Location:
465 N Roxbury Dr Ste 715, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Hours: 
(M-F) 8:00am-4:30pm
(Lunch) 12:00pm-1:00pm
(Sat) 9:00am-1:00pm

LabCorp Number:
310-275-4953

Surgical Aftercare

While having plastic surgery is exciting, it is important to have someone be able to care for you immediately after surgery. Friends and family members should be available to assist you. If you are staying at a private hotel without friends or family available to assist you during the post-operative recovery period, our patient care coordinators can arrange for private duty caregivers to assist you.

Or alternatively, our patient care coordinator can arrange for you to stay at a nearby aftercare facility.

Rest assured, your surgeons (Dr. Liu and Dr. Kwon) will be by to check on you regardless of where you stay. They will also be available for any post-operative issues and/or questions.

Guests at Pearl Recovery Retreat experience the most luxurious Beverly Hills surgery recovery center experience available, with all the amenities of a top-notch wellness retreat. Their mission is to pamper you and provide tranquil, confidential after surgery care. Pearl Recovery Retreat is located in the SLS Hotel Beverly Hills, a 5-star boutique hotel convenient to many Los Angeles medical centers and hospitals. Our state-of-the-art after surgery care facility maintains a serene environment where guests receive the best service 24 hours a day.

Pearl Recovery Retreat enables patients to heal after surgery in a tranquil, luxurious environment. An upscale wellness center located in Beverly Hills, Pearl unites top-notch medical care with high-end spa amenities to guarantee guests a safe, speedy, and enjoyable recovery. Recognizing that rest and relaxation are crucial components of healing after surgery, Pearl’s founders set out to create the ideal setting for recovery. By meeting all of their patients’ needs and desires, Pearl allows guests to focus solely on the recovery process.

Pearl Recover Retreat Number:
310-736-1009

Website:
www.pearlrecoveryretreat.com

Serenity is discreetly located in a State and Federally-licensed healthcare center. Our program is exclusively focused on serving the elective surgery patient in that brief, yet important time period between surgery and a prudent and safe return home. Serenity is a medically oriented setting offering licensed nursing care, hotel-like accommodations, and optional therapeutic services.

Cosmetic, reconstructive and other elective medical procedures require specialized care and attention during the recovery period. Particularly important are the first 24-72 hours after surgery, when skilled post-operative nursing care is essential for ensuring that your body’s strongest healing processes are set in motion.

Excellence in care, luxurious comfort, and complete security are the defining objectives of our program. As our guest, we invite you to recover in complete serenity.

Serenity Aftercare Number:
310-586-0740

Website:
www.serenityaftercare.com

Out Of Town Patients

Our practice is accustomed to having patients travel long distances to visit us here in Los Angeles for their rejuvenation procedures. Our goal is to make your trip a stress-free, discrete, and rewarding experience. We are located in Century City, conveniently nestled between Beverly Hills and Westwood. This area has a plethora of activities for friends and family that might accompany you. Santa Monica beach and the 3rd Street Promenade are only a few miles to the west while Rodeo Drive and The Grove are directly to the east. Our office staff are very experienced in helping our patient plan and make their travel and accommodation arrangements. We can also give you an estimate of how long you’ll need to stay prior to returning home. Call us and let us help you plan your journey to a rejuvenated you!

Accommodations

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

 

9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Telephone: (310) 551-2888
Fax: (310) 788-2319 Toll Free: (800) 462-7899 (USA and Canada only)

AKA Beverly Hills

 

155 N. Crescent Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90210
Telephone: (310) 385-1924

The Wilshire Beverly

 

9500 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Telephone: (310) 275-5200
Fax: (310) 274-2851

Mr. C Beverly Hills

 

9641 Sunset Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Telephone: (310) 276-2251
Fax: (310) 276-2251 Reservations: (800) 283-8885

The Waldorf Astoria

 

9850 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Telephone: (310) 860-6666

The Beverly Hills Hotel

 

9641 Sunset Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Telephone: (310) 276-2251
Fax: (310) 276-2251 Reservations: (800) 283-8885

The Marriot

 

1177 South Beverly Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Telephone: (310) 228-4100
Fax: (310) 277-7488

Research

CIMIT New Concept Award (2003)
Tension Induced Angiogenesis in Wound Healing
Funding: $25,000

CIMIT Proof of Principle Award (2004)
Application of Micro-Mechanical Forces to Accelerate Wound Healing
Funding: $75,000

Perry Liu MD, FACS

2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract Liu P, R. Chan, DH Lew, SI Ibrahim, CR Valeri, HB Hechtman, DP Orgill.Recombinant Platelet Derived Growth Factor (Regranex) Has Modest Effect on Wound Closure in Genetically Diabetic Mice. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract Liu P, Lew D, Chan R; Mayer H, Ingber D; Mentzer SJ; Orgill DP. Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.

2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract Chan, R, E Garfein, PR Gigante, PH Liu, DP Orgill. Side Population Hematopoietic Stem Cells Promote wound Healing. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract Lew, DH, PH Liu, DP Orgill. Optimization of U-V Cross-linking Density for Durable & Nontoxic Collagen GAG Dermal Substitute. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract Kwon, H, EK Nishimura, DH Lew, PH Liu, DE Fisher, DP Orgill. Renewable Source of Melanocytes for Transplantation and Pigment Manipulation. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

2003 Experimental Biology Meeting Abstract Chan, R, R Srey, P Liu, DH Lew, N Verna, SI Ibrahim, S Oakes, CR Valeri, HB Hechtman, DP Orgill. Expired liquid preserved platelet releasates retain proliferative activity. Supplement to Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

2007 Pietramaggiori G, Liu P, Scherer SS, Kaipainen A, Prsa MJ, Mayer H, Newalder J, Alperovich M, Mentzer SJ, Konerding MA, Huang S, Ingber DE, Orgill DP.Tensile forces stimulate vascular remodeling and epidermal cell proliferation in living skin. Ann Surg. 2007 Nov;246(5):896-902.

2007 Chan RK, Garfein E, Gigante PR, Liu P, Agha RA, Mulligan R, Orgill DP. Side population hematopoietic stem cells promote wound healing in diabetic mice. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2007 Aug;120(2):407-11; discussion 412-3.

2007 Lew DH, Liu PH, Orgill DP.Optimization of UV cross-linking density for durable and nontoxic collagen GAG dermal substitute. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2007 Jul;82(1):51-6.

2006 Chan RK, Liu PH, Pietramaggiori G, Ibrahim SI, Hechtman HB, Orgill DP. Effect of recombinant platelet-derived growth factor (Regranex) on wound closure in genetically diabetic mice. J Burn Care Res. 2006 Mar-Apr;27(2):202-5.

2005 Chan RK, Liu P, Lew DH, Ibrahim SI, Srey R, Valeri CR, Hechtman HB, Orgill DP. Expired liquid preserved platelet releasates retain proliferative activity. J Surg Res. 2005 Jun 1;126(1):55-8.

2008 Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium Abstract Ernest S. Chiu, Perry H. Liu, Paul L. Friedlander. Head and Neck Oncologic Reconstruction using Supraclavicular Artery Flap.

Book Chapter: Chan, Rodney, Liu, Perry Hsien-Tsung, Orgill, Dennis P. “Wound Healing: An Orchestration of Humoral and Cellular Forces” in Encyclopedia of the Microvasculature. Shepro, D. (editor), Elsevier Academic Press.

E-medicine.com article: Liu PH, E Chiu. Flaps, Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flaps.

2008 Kwon H, Liu P, Lew DH, Nishimura EK, Orgill DP. Hair Follicle Melanocyte Cells as a Renewable Source of Melanocytes for Culture and Transplantation. Eplasty. 2008 Jan; 8: e7.

2009 Liu PH, ES Chiu. Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap: A New Technique for Pharyngeal Reconstruction. Annals of Plastic Surgery. Ann Plast Surg. 2009 May;62(5):497-501.

2009 Chiu ES, Liu PH, Friedlander PL. Supraclavicular artery island flap for head and neck oncologic reconstruction: indications, complications, and outcomes. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2009 Jul; 124(1):115-23.

2009 Commentary Sections: Oxley, PJ. Classifications in Facial Plastic Surgery. Plural Publishing. 2009.

2010 Chiu, ES, Liu, PH, Baratelli, R, Lee, MY, Chaffin, A, Friedlander, PL. Circumferential Pharyngoesophageal Reconstruction with a Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2010 Jan; 125(1):161-166.

Edwin Kwon MD, FACS

2009 University of California San Francisco, CA (7/2009-6/2010) – Department of Surgery, Carlos U. Corvera, MD Department of Neuro Digestive Disease, Nigel W. Bunnett, PhD Elucidated the mechanism of bile acid induced analgesia or “painless jaundice.” A bile acid receptor TRG5 has been implicated in metabolic roles but its role in analgesia has never been shown. We have shown that activation of TGR5 with specific bile acids in both the peripheral and central nervous system can induce an anti-nociceptive effect.

2004 Massachusetts general Hospital, Harvard School of Medicine, Boston, MA (12/2004-6/2005) – Department of Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery, William G. Austen Jr., MD Department of Vascular Surgery, Michael T. Watkins, MD Developed a novel method of histological analysis that overcomes the problems with previous methods and provides an accurate and quantitative assessment of ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) injury in skeletal muscle. I/R injury in skeletal muscle is a cause of significant morbidity and mortality in the clinical settings of transplantation/replantation surgery, crush injury, and free flap transfers and has been widely studied. Yet there is no universal or direct method of assessment as other methods employ correlational measurements such as mitochondrial activity, tissue permeability, LDH activity, or neutrophil infiltration. Past histological examination may not represent accurately the extent of injury throughout the entire muscle. Our proposed method provides a statistically sound and
reproducible method of quantitatively assessing I/R injury in skeletal muscle.

2003 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN (1/2003-12/2003) – Department of Cardiac & Thoracic Surgery, Davis C. Drinkwater, MD; Yenya Hu, MD, PhD Studied signal transduction pathways, most notably mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs) that mediate ischemia and reperfusion (I/R) injury leading to myocardial and endothelial dysfunction during deep hypothermic circulatory arrest. The hypothermic ischemic preservation required for cardiac transplantation exposes the donor heart to myocardial I/R injury upon implantation. p38 MAPK has been directly linked to increased apoptosis in models of myocardial I/R injury and its inhibition has significantly improved post-ischemic myocardial function in in vivo models. However, the intracellular signaling pathways responsible for these changes are not well determined. additionally, the incorporation of p38 MAPK inhibitors into myocardial preservation solutions had yet to be examined. We demonstrated that there is cross-talk between p38 with AKT and ERK 1/2 both of which are cardiac intracellular survival signals using HUVEC incubated in hypothermic UW (Belzer) preservation solution as our model.

2002 Pomona College, Claremont, CA (1/2002-5/2002) – Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Cynthia D. Selassie, PhD Studied the antibacterial potency of trimethoprim analogs designed using the aid of QSAR. Dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR) is an enzyme that regenerates 5,6,7,8-tetrahydrofolate from 7,8-dihydrofolate. Tetrahydrofolate serves as the coenzyme for thymidilate synthetase in the biosynthesis of thymidylate along with other critical reactions such as the synthesis of amino acids and purines. Dividing cells require a continuous supply of thymidine and thus DHFR has been targeted for antibacterial chemotherapy. Trimethoprim (TMP) has been shown to inhibit DHFR and act as an effective antibacterial agent. We had determined that although the seven TMP analogs have a higher affinity for
the binding site in E. coli, their antibacterial potency was not increased.

2001 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD (5/2001-8/2001)
Department of Pediatric Pulmonology, Pamela L. Zeitlin, MD, PhD Studied the effect of flavanoids, apigenin, genistein, kaempferol, and quercetin on CFTR processing in IB3-1 cells (F508/W1282X) and whether sequential treatment with 4-phenylbutyrate (4-PBA) to increase CFTR processing and flavonoid to directly stimulate CFTR would increase Cl – conductance. Showed through immunofluorescence a favorable change in the intracellular distribution of CFTR with treatments of flavanoids and observed an increase in chloride conductance as measured by chloride efflux in cells that were treated with 4-PBA and then assayed with forskolin and 1 µM or 5 µM genistein, and also with cells treated with 4-PBA, apigenin, or quercetin. Thus, a combination of chronic treatment with 4-PBA or select flavonoids, followed by acute flavonoid exposure, may be beneficial in cystic fibrosis.

2000 Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA (5/2000-8/2000)
Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Ann Arvin, MD Studied the role of open reading frame ORF35 of the varicella zoster virus (VZV) to determine its role associated with viral replication and pathogenesis. Although genes related to varicella-zoster virus (VZV) open reading frame 35 (ORF35) are conserved in the herpes viruses, information about their contributions to viral replication and pathogenesis is limited. Using a VZV cosmid system, we deleted ORF35 to produce null mutants. Results indicated that ORF35 was dispensable for VZV replication, but deleting ORF35 diminished growth in cultured cells and was associated with attenuated VZV infection of differentiated human skin and T cells in vivo.

Perry Liu MD, FACS

Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis. Brigham & Women’s Hospital Research Poster Presentation; October 14, 2003.

Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis, American Burn Association, Vancouver, BC; March 25, 2004.

Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Wound Healing – American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA; October 22, 2004.

Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Wound Healing – Surgical Grand Rounds, Our Lady of Mercy Hospital; November 18, 2004.

Supraclavicular Artery Flap: A versatile local-regional fasciocutaneous flap for head and neck reconstruction – Louisiana Society of Plastic Surgery 2008 Annual Meeting; January 20, 2008.

Supraclavicular Artery Flap: A local-regional fasciocutaneous flap for pharyngeal reconstruction – Southeastern Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2008 Annual Meeting; June 9, 2008.

Supraclavicular Artery Flap: A local-regional fasciocutaneous flap for pharyngeal reconstruction – American Society of Plastic Surgery 2008 Annual Meeting; November 5, 2008.

Supraclavicular Artery Flap: Novel Approach to Head and Neck Oncologic Reconstruction Using a Regional Flap – Louisiana Chapter, American College of Surgeons & SAL Joint Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. January 17, 2009.

 

Edwin Kwon MD, FACS

Thomas S, Chen S, Sbitany H, Kwon E, Piper M, Park J, Barberio MT, Pawlowska N, Munster P. Autologous fat grafting as a novel anti-estrogen vehicle for the treatment of breast cancer. Plastic Reconstructive Surg. 2017 Sep; 140(3):537-544

Macias LH, Kwon E, Gould DJ, Spring MA, Stevens WG. Decrease in Seroma Rate After Adopting Progressive Tension Sutures Without Drains: A Single Surgery Center Experience of 451 Abdominoplasties Over Years. Aesthet Surg J. 2016 Oct; 36(9): 1029-35

Chopra K, Gowda A, Kwon E, Stevens WG. Implant Malposition after Breast Augmentation: A Review of Techniques for Repair. Aesthet Surg J. 2016 Jun; 36(6):660-71

Calvert J, Kwon E. Techniques for diced cartilage with deep temporalis fascia graft. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2015 Feb; 23(1): 73-80

Gruber RP, Kwon E. Advanced Suture Techniques in Rhinoplasty. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. CRC Pres. 2014

Sbitany H, Kwon E, Chern H, Finlayson E, Varma MG, Hansen SL. Outcomes Analysis of Biologic Mesh Use for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction in Clean-Contaminated and Contaminated Ventral Hernia Repair. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 2013 Dec 5

Gruber RP, Kwon E, Berger A, Belek KA. Supratip-plasty: A Completely Cartilaginous Tip Complex to Maintain Nasal Tip Width. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2014 Jan 1: 34(1):34-44.

Kwon E, Alemi F, Poole DP, Lyo V, Cattaruzza F, Cevikbas F, Steinhoff M, Nassini R, Materazzi S, Guerrero-Alba R, Valdez-Morales E, Cottrell GS, Schoonjans K, Geppetti P, Corvera CU, Bunnett NW. The TGR5 Receptor Mediates Bile Acid-Induced Itch and Analgesia. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 2013 Apr 1; 123 (4) 1513-30

Gruber RP, Kwon E, Berger A. Commentary on: The lower nasal base: an anatomical study. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2013 Feb 1; 33(2):233-6

Alemi F, Kwon E, Chiu J, Aoki H, Stewart L, Corvera CU. Laparoscopic Treatment of Liver Tumors Using a Two-Needle Probe Bipolar Radiofrequency Ablation Device. HPB (Oxford). 2011 Sep;13(9):656-64

Alemi F, Kwon E, Freise C, Kang SM, Hirose R, Stewart L, Corvera CU. Hepatic Surgery at a VA Tertiary Medical Center: Lessons Learned. American Journal of Surgery. 2010 Nov;2010(5):591-5.

Kwon E, McCormack MC, Eberlin KR, Randolph M, Friend DS, Thomas AC, Watkins MT, Austen WG Jr. Development of Reproducible Histologic Injury Severity Scores: Skeletal Muscle Reperfusion Injury. Surgery 2008 Jan; 143(1): 126-33

Chan RK, Ibrahim SI, Takahashi K, Kwon E, McCormack MC, Ezekowitz A, Moore Jr FD, Austen WG. Jr. The Differing Roles of the Classical and Mannose-binding Lectin Complement Pathways in Events Following Skeletal Muscle Ischemia-reperfusion. Journal of Immunology. 2006 Dec 1; 177(11): 8080-85

Lim M, McKenzie K, Floyd AD, Kwon E, Zeitlin PL. Modulation of delta508 cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator trafficking and function with 4-phenylbutyrate and flavonoids. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. 2004. Sep; 31(3): 351-7

Kwon E, Ordon M, Calvert J. Costal Cartilage Harvest for Rhinoplasty through Concurrent Breast Augmentation or Implant Replacement Incision
Presented at the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Meeting, Montreal, May 2015

Kwon E, Piper M, Sbitany H. Outcomes Analysis of Biologic Mesh Use for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction in Clean Contaminated and Contaminated Ventral Hernia Repair Presented at the America’s Hernia Society 16th Annual Hernia Repair Meeting, Las Vegas, March 2014

Kwon E, Sbitany H. Outcomes Analysis of Biologic Mesh Use for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction in Clean Contaminated and Contaminated Ventral Hernia Repair. Presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2013

Kwon E, Alemi F, Godfrey C, Chiu J, Corvera CU, The Science of Painless Jaundice: Elucidating the Mechanism of Bile Acid Induced Analgesia. Presented at the Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association Annual Meeting, Miami, March 2011

Alemi F, Kwon E, Stewart L, Corvera CU, A Comparison of Monopolar to Bipolar Radio Frquency Ablation of Liver Tumors. Presented at the Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association Annual Meeting, Miami, March 2011

Alemi F, Godfrey C, Cevikbas F, Poole D, Kwon E, Spreadbury I, Vanner S, Steinhoff M, Bunnett N, Corvera CU. A Novel Cell Surface Receptor Responsive to Bile Acids Mediates Itch. Presented at the American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Washington D.C, October 2010

Alemi F, Kwon E, Garrett R, Steart L, Corvera CU. Hepatic Surgery at a VA Tertiary Medical Center: Lessons Learned. Presented at the Association of VA Surgeons Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, May 2010

Kwon E, Godfrey C, Cattaruzza F, Alemi F, Bunnett NW, Corvera CU. The Science of Painless Jaundice: Elucidating the Mechanism of Bile Acid Induced Analgesia. Presented at the UCSF Department of Surgery Residents Research Symposium, San Francisco, March 2010

McCormack MC, Eberlin K, Kwon E, Maricevich R, Randolph M, Austen WG. Sequential Ischemia Offers Remote Postconditioning-Like Protection Against Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Murine Skeletal Muscle. Presented at the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 23rd Annual Meeting, Boston, November 2006

Kwon E, McCormack MC, Randolph MA, Austen WG. A Histological Method of Assessing Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Skeletal Muscle. Presented at the Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons 22nd Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 2005

Mulloy MR, Kwon E, Drinkwater DC, Gallagher H, Hu Y. Inhibition of p38 Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase Mediated Endothelial Cell Survival. During Cardiac Transplantation. Presented at the American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific Session, New Orleans, March 2004

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