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Autologous Regenerative Medicine Options to Treat Different Types of Hair Loss.
This webinar focuses on non-surgical biological hair restoration procedures.

Clinical studies have proven that PRP and other autologous biological preparations can be very effective in hair restoration procedures. However, the biggest concern with PRP Therapy in hair restoration is the lack of effective protocols, meaning that outcomes can vary greatly from one practice to another.

During this webinar, guest speaker Dr. Gorana Kuka-Epstein from The Foundation of Hair & Dr. Peter Everts will review why PRP protocols differ, how they chose treatment protocols, plus questions you should be asking before starting treatments.

Mar 11, 2021 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Gorana Kuka- Epstein
Director of Research @The Foundation for Hair Restoration
Dr. Gorana Kuka- Epstein is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon from Belgrade, Serbia. She is one of the pioneers of the FUE technique which she has been performing for over a decade. Apart from the surgical aspect of hair restoration, she is highly involved in regenerative treatments for hair loss using adipose tissue therapy and PRP. Dr. Kuka-Epstein is also skilled in diagnosing and treating women suffering from hair loss. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and a member of the ISHRS. In 2014, she moved to the USA and joined Foundation for Hair Restoration in Miami while still maintaining her practice in Belgrade. She supervises and conducts studies within the Foundation primarily on the regenerative potential of adipose tissue in treating various forms of alopecia. Dr. Kuka-Epstein is currently finalizing her PhD thesis at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia.
Dr. Peter Everts, PhD, FRSM
Chief Scientific Officer & Program Director @Gulf Coast Biologics Training & Education Center
Dr. Peter Everts is the Chief Scientific Officer and program director for Gulf Coast Biologics Education & Training Center, a scientific-educational-research-training institute, with the sole focus on Autologous Biologics. He started his career in regenerative medicine as a clinical perfusionist in the Netherlands in 1981, moving into the orthopedic surgery and cardiac surgical arena in 1989. Dedicated to providing scientific and evidenced based outcomes, he developed the first European department of Peri-Operative Blood Management. Dr. Everts research and clinical biological therapies ultimately contributed to his PhD in 2007 from the University of Utrecht Medical School, while defending his research titled: “Autologous Platelet Growth Factors: Autologous platelet-leukocyte enriched gel. Basics and Efficacy.” He has published over 60 peer reviewed articles, book chapters on platelet-rich plasma therapies, bone marrow and adipose cellular therapies.