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Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
Tiểu Sử Nguyễn Hoài Đức
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  • 1. TRI HOAIDUC NGUYEN, M.D. PERSONAL INFORMATION Place of Birth: Saigon, Vietnam Citizenship: USA Contact Information: Department of Dermatology Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN 55905 507 284 5975 Secretary 507 284 2072 Fax nguyen.tri@mayo.edu PRESENT ACADEMIC RANK AND POSITION Assistant Professor in Dermatology, Mayo Medical School Consultant, Department of Dermatology, Division of Dermatologic Surgery Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN EDUCATION Undergraduate and Medical Education: 1986.1993 6 year Combined BA-MD Program. University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri Postgraduate Training: 1992-1993 Dermatology Research Fellow Emory University, Department of Dermatology Atlanta, Georgia 1993-1994 Internship, Internal Medicine UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, California 1994.1997 Residency, Dermatology Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts 1997.1998 Fellowship, Mohs Micrographic & Dermatologic Surgery Mayo Clinic Department of Dermatology Rochester, Minnesota 1998-Present Consultant, Department of Dermatology Mayo Clinic Foundation Rochester, Minnesota
  • 2. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. BOARD CERTIFICATION Board Certified in Dermatology, 1998 MEDICAL LICENSURE Permanent license Minnesota HONORS/AWARDS/PATENTS • Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society • Best Presentation Speaker Award Southern Region Conference Society of Investigative Dermatology, 1993 • Best Surgical Mohs Team Award, 1998 • American Academy of Dermatology Continuing Medical Education Award, 1998-99 PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND APPOINTMENTS • Research Fellow, Dept of Dermatology, Emory University, 1992-1993 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SOCIETIES • American Medical Association • American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) • Chair, Task Force to Provide Educational Materials to Developing Countries 1999-2001 • Member, Committee on International Affairs. 1999-present • Co-chair: Task Force for Educational Development and Volunteers Abroad (TFEDVA) • American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) • Public Service Committee • American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO) • Minnesota Medical Association • Foundation for International Dermatology Education (FIDE) • Executive Committee and Board of Directors. • American College of Phlebology • Vietnamese Medical Association • Co-chair, Public Relations Committee. 1998-present 2
  • 3. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. • Vice president. 2001 • Chair, Membership committee • International Association of Vietnamese Physicians of the Free World. • Executive Committee Member • American Association of Academic Dermatologic Surgeons (AAADS) • An association of academically based dermatologic surgeons committed to teaching and residency/fellowship training • Scientific Reviewer for Medical Journals a. Dermatologic Surgery b. Archives of Dermatology c. Vietnamese Medical Journal d. International Journal of Dermatology e. Gynecologic Oncology f. Y Te, Vietnamese Journal of Health and Medicine g. Specialty reviewer- Mayo Health newsletter • Vietnamese American Medical Research Foundation • Member • Vietnamese Medical Journal • Associate Editor EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES 1. Curriculum /Course Development • Digital Media Education in Teaching • Exploring digital audiovisual technology applications to dermatology surgery training, resident education, and general patient education. We aim to use digital capture of audio and video to create an interactive web-based format for education. These menu-driven sites will be accessible via the internal Mayo Web. Physician oriented sites will have a virtual reality classroom where medical and surgical topics may be learned. Patient oriented sites will have a variety of condition specific education topics. The key features will be its interactive format, accessibility from any computer site, and of course clarity with digital signals. • Dermatology Surgery Video Series • Developed in collaboration with Mayo Audio-Visual, a portable broadcast quality video recording unit. This unit will record a diverse and comprehensive range of dermatologic procedures. These may include but are not limited to Mohs micrographic skin cancer surgery, basic excisions to complex reconstruction, dermabrasion, laser therapy for vascular lesions, tattoos, photoaging, pigmented lesions, hair removal, scar revisions. Other surgical techniques such as liposuction, hair transplantation, ambulatory phlebectomy, sclerotherapy will also be included. Once edited and organized, these tapes will greatly augment resident and medical student education in dermatology surgery. The Dermatology Surgery Fellow will be an integral part of producing these series. Potentially, these tapes may also be marketable nationally and applicable to other specialties such as Plastic Surgery, ENT, and Oral Surgery. This project is ongoing. 3
  • 4. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. • Pig Flank Utility in Dermatology Surgery Education • Background: Training our dermatology residents in excisions flaps, and reconstruction occurs during their 2 month core surgery rotation as a 2nd year resident. Didactic lectures also supplement these topics. Other practical experiences include pigs’ feet sessions. Pigs’ feet, however, are sub-optimal as the adherent skin and lack of subcutaneous tissue does not simulate well human tissue movement. Fresh frozen cadaver heads are the best medium but are prohibitively expensive for routine use. • Innovation: The Cardiology research labs regularly sacrifice pigs in their experiments. After some inquiry, pig flanks are now obtained without cost after these sacrifices for use in practical sessions. Pig flanks are superior tissue for surgical training as they include large areas with bone, muscle, subcutaneous fat, and overlying epidermis and appendages. Normally discarded materials are now an important part of our residents’ surgical training. • Cosmetic Surgery Curriculum, Dermatology Residency Education • Developing and or co-directing “after hours (after 5 pm)” practical sessions for resident education. These sessions involve recruiting patient volunteers for some sessions, or acquiring pig flanks for other sessions. • The sessions are preceded by didactic education on the related topic, followed by a supervised hands-on session. Sessions usually are 2-3 hours each depending on the subject. Below are the after hours sessions throughout the academic year. 1. Basic excisions (pig flanks). 2 hour session 2. Flaps and Reconstruction (pig flanks). 3 hour session 3. Collagen/Superficial Peels (volunteer patients). 2 hour session 4. Sclerotherapy (volunteer patients). 2 hour session 5. Laser Surgery (fruits, volunteer patients). 1-2 hour session 6. Liposuction (volunteer patient). 4-5 hour session 7. Botulinum toxin (volunteer patients). 1 hour session 2. Teaching Activities/Skills • Core Dermatology Faculty • One of three dermatology faculty in our department (18 full time faculty) serving as core teaching and career resources for Mayo medical students • Surgery Core Curriculum. Department of Dermatology. Residency curriculum presentations • Preoperative evaluation and local anesthesia. Understanding of local anesthesia and nerve blocks, evaluating patients preoperatively.1 hour didactic • Cutaneous laser surgery. Laser physics and tissue-light interactions as well as therapeutic applications of laser surgery are presented. 1 hour didactic. Supplemented by practical session using various lasers on fruits and volunteer patients (1-2 hours additional) • Hair transplantation. Art and science of hair transplantation for androgenetic alopecia. 1 hour didactic • Liposuction and sclerotherapy. Evolution and current practice of liposuction and sclerotherapy. Risks, benefits, and complications of both procedures are presented. 1 hour 4
  • 5. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. didactic. Supplemented by both a liposuction and sclerotherapy practical session (2-5 hours additional) • Flaps in reconstruction. Complex closures using flaps to reconstruct skin cancer defects. Principles of tissue movement and flap designs. 1 hour didactic. Supplemented by practical session using pig flanks (2-3 hours additional) • Androgenic agents and drugs affecting hair growth in dermatology. Discussion of agents affecting androgen cycles as used in dermatology. 1 hour didactic • Interdepartmental Presentations • Hair laser removal and hair replacement surgery. Department of ENT. Given once a year to ENT residents. 1 hour class • Mohs micrographic surgery. Department of ENT. November 12, 2001 • Flaps and Reconstruction. Division of Oral Surgery, Department of Dentistry. Feb 2002 • Instructor Cadaver Dissection Course. 2-day course. Division of Oral Surgery, Department of Dentistry. Feb 2002 • Presentations to Mayo Medical School/Graduate School • Ethnic Skin. Course to familiarize medical students on the comparative features of ethnic skin. Mayo Medical School. 1 hour class • Melanocytic nevi and precursor lesions. Discussion on the current perspectives of pigmented nevi, and their role in malignant melanoma. Mayo Graduate School. 1 hour class • Photoaging, Cosmesis, and Cosmetic Surgery. Exposure to cosmetic surgery in dermatology and photoaging • Tumescent Liposuction. Women’s Journal Club. November 29, 2001 • Dermatology Surgery Journal Club • Rochester Community Education Classes • Hair laser removal. 1 hour class. Fall quarter, 1998 • Laser Rejuvenation. 1hour class. Winter quarter, 1999 • Facial Rejuvenation. 1 hour class. Fall quarter 2000 • Body contouring. 1 hour class. Fall quarter 2000 • Vein, veins, veins. 1 hour class. Fall quarter 2000 3. Assessment of Learner Performance • Performance exams in dermatology surgery • Background: Given the expanding scope of surgery in Dermatology, residencies are increasingly asked to recommend their graduates for surgical privileges once they leave the training program. A blanket endorsement of their surgical skills is inappropriate and recollections of what residents were or were not capable of performing well are inaccurate, especially if months/years pass before such recommendations are solicited. 5
  • 6. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. • Innovation: Development of performance exams for a wide range of surgical procedures. It is not sufficient that residents log their names on the surgical dictation. Using guidelines from the Residency Review Committee (RRC), examinations for key procedures that require performance must be documented if residents are to graduate or request an endorsement letter. These procedures include excisions, electrosurgery, cryotherapy, flaps and grafts, nail surgery, etc. Other procedures require “knowledge” but not necessarily “performance” according to the RRC. These include liposuction, hair transplantation, laser resurfacing, sclerotherapy, soft tissue augmentation, etc. Residents may also schedule performance examinations in these procedures if the cases are appropriate. For all examinations, residents are required to perform the procedures with staff directly supervising and completing a formal evaluation form. These records will be filed and part of the resident’s permanent record for future reference. In addition to ensuring comprehensiveness and consistency in surgical skills, these exams will enable the Department of Dermatology to certify competency in specific surgical procedures. 4. Advisor/Mentor • James Rooney, MD • Formal advisee • Status: • Previous- Dermatology resident Mayo Clinic, Mohs fellow Emory University 2000-2001 • Current- Staff dermatologic surgeon, Marshfield Clinic, Eau Claire, WI • Projects: • Rooney JA. Nguyen TH. Trichloroacetic acid peels. Dermatologic Therapy. 13: 173- 182, 2000 • Presentation Mohs College. Bolster grafts. 1999 Comparison of complication rates in Use or Non use of bolster dressings after FTSG • David Byrd, MD • Informal advisee • Status: • Dermatology surgery fellow, Mayo Clinic 00-01. Currently in private practice in Detroit, Michigan • Projects: • Presented abstract- Alar batten cartilage graft in nasal reconstruction, functional and cosmetic. 31st Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology 5/17-19, Miami Beach, FL • Article: Byrd D. Nguyen TH. Otley CC. Alar batten cartilage grafting in nasal reconstruction: functional and cosmetic results. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2000;136:1333-5 • Study- Permanent vs absorbable subcutaneous sutures following primary layered closure. Prospective study randomizing patients to buried absorbable subcutaneous sutures versus permanent buried subcutaneous sutures • Carl Schanbacher, MD • Informal Advisee • Status: • Previous- Dermatology resident Mayo Clinic, Fellow Mohs surgery Richard Bennett Los Angeles, CA • Current- Staff, Dermatologic Surgery Division. Dana Farber Cancer Center, Brigham & Women’s Hospital. Boston, MA • Theresa Borrowman, MD 6
  • 7. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. • Formal advisee • Status: • Previous- Dermatology Resident Mayo Clinic. 1998-2001 • Current- Dermatopathology Fellow- Mayo Clinic 2001-2002, Joining Staff. Mayo Clinic Summer 2002 • Bethany Hairston, MD • Formal advisee • Status: 3rd year dermatology resident • Projects: • Lateral based island pedicle flap, a novel variation of the IPF • Cosmetic curettage following reconstruction, a poor man’s resurfacing? • Holly Clowers-Webb, MD • Informal advisee: Career plans for dermatology surgery • Status: 3rd year dermatology resident • Projects: Review article- mechanisms of metastasis • Michael Migden, MD • Formal advisee Status: Fellow, digital technology research in dermatology education 2001- 2002 • Projects: Digital technology fellowship in dermatologic surgery education • Jeff Hsu, MD • Informal advisee: Career plans for dermatology surgery • Status: 3rd year dermatology resident. Will begin fellowship in Cutaneous Laser Surgery with Drs Jeff Dover and Ken Arndt, Boston, MA • Projects: Anatomic distortion following reconstruction, the real truth. Abstract for Mohs college annual meeting, Denver, CO 11/00 and to be published • Fitzpatrick Sanchez, MD • Informal advisee: Career plans for dermatology residency • Status: first year dermatology resident. New York University Dept of Dermatology • Project: article-Conchal bowl interpolation flap for repair of complex ear defects • Erin Vanness, MD • Informal advisee • Status: 3rd year Dermatology resident. Mayo Clinic • Projects: Controlled animal study evaluating the effect of laser hair removal on wound healing • Tricia Andrews • Informal advisee • Status: Mayo Medical student. 4th year • Projects • Current management of Superficial Venous Disease • Management of deep venous thrombosis 7
  • 8. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. • Alexia Passe • Formal Advisee • Status: Mayo medical student. MPH research track 5. Education Administration • Education Committee, Department of Dermatology, Mayo Clinic 6. Education Scholarship • Allergen Educational Grant: Education seminar on the uses of botulinum toxin in Dermatology 11/2000 & 11/2001 • American Academy of Dermatology Continuing Medical Education Award, 1998-99 • Certificate of Appreciation for Continuing Medical Education Contribution. Vietnamese Medical Association National Convention, San Diego, CA 1999 • American Association of Academic Dermatologic Surgeons. An organization devoted to improving dermatology surgery education in residency education • Digital Technology Fellowship 2001-2002. Co-director with Dr Mark Pittelkow. Applying digital technology to enhance dermatologic education. • Co-director. Skin Cancer Foundation International Dermatology Exchange to Vietnam. January 12-19, 2002 • Vann Family Foundation Grant for Digital Media Education in Dermatology. A private non-profit foundation grant to support digital media education projects, April 2002 7. Honors and Awards for Education • Excellence in Teaching Recognition, Mayo Medical School. 1999-2000 • Nguyen Xuan Vinh Keynote Speaker. Education Award. St Louis, MO. 2002 INSTITUTIONAL/DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES, COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS, OTHER ACTIVITIIES • Departmental: Education Committee • Departmental: Research Committee • Departmental: Chair, Visiting Professor’s Program • Departmental: Reviewer & interviewer, Residency Applications • Institutional: Digital Imaging Oversight Subcommittee (DIOS) • Institutional: International Activities Committee PRESENTATIONS AT NATIONAL MEETINGS 8
  • 9. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. 1993 Identification of the Specific Region Responsible for Cycloheximide Dependent Transcription of the Human ICAM-1 Gene. Society of Investigative Dermatology. New Orleans, Louisiana 1994 Evaluation and Management of Pruritus Internal Medicine Conference Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 1995 Long-term Survival of Metastatic Melanoma Arising from a Giant Congenital Melanocytic Nevus with Associated Leukoderma New England Dermatologic Society Boston, Massachusetts 1996 Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis Presenting as Multiple Ulcers, Livedo Reticularis, and Transient Cytopenias American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting 1996. San Francisco, California 1997 Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans and Ring Chromosome Abnormality O’Leary Meeting Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota 1998 Skin Cancer, Our National Epidemic Mayo Nurses Association, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota 1998 Hailey-Hailey Disease, Long Term Follow-Up With CO2 Laser Ablation Minnesota Dermatologic Society Meeting, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 1999 Forehead Flap Reconstruction with Cartilage Batten Graft Minnesota Dermatologic Society Meeting, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 1999 Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica Congenita. Minnesota Dermatologic Society Meeting. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 1999 Skin Cancer Recognition for the Primary Physician Vietnamese Medical Convention National Meeting San Diego, August 8, 1999 1999 Reconstruction following Mohs surgery Facial Anatomy in Plastic Surgery Seattle, Washington October 22-23, 1999 2000 Ambulatory Phlebectomy Facial Anatomy in Plastic Surgery Seattle, Washington October 22-23, 1999 2000 Conscious Sedation of Pediatric Patients with Combination Oral Benzodiazepenes and Inhaled Nitrous Oxide. American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO) annual meeting. Denver, CO. 11/2/00 2000 Conchal Bowl Transposition Flap for Repair of Structural Ear Defects. American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO) annual meeting. Denver, CO. 11/3/00 9
  • 10. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. 2000 Anatomic Distortion Following Reconstructive Surgery, the Real Truth. American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO) annual meeting Denver, CO. 11/4/00 2000 Conchal Bowl Transposition Flap for Repair of Structural Ear Defects. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) annual meeting, Denver, CO. 11/5/00 2000 Anatomic Distortion Following Reconstructive Surgery, the Real Truth. American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO) annual meeting. Denver, CO. 11/5/00 2001 Ambulatory Phlebectomy. Focus Session. American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting. Washington DC. 3/01 2001 Mechanism of Metastasis. Cutaneous Tumors Symposium. American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting. Washington DC. 3/01 2001 Mohs surgery and the nose. Rhinofest. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN 10/15/01 2001 Variations of the Island Pedicle Flap. ACMMSCO/ASDS Dallas, TX. 10/25/01 2001 Patient Survey and Evaluation for a Dermatologic Surgery Practice. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 2001 Humanitarian Work and Philanthropy in Dermatologic Surgery. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 2001 Phlebectomy Simulator Box in Teaching Ambulatory Phlebectomy. 10/26/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 2001 Flap and Graft Combination in Cutaneous Reconstruction. 10/27/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 2001 Cheek Hinge Flap and Cervical Transposition Flap for Defect of the Perioral Unit. 10/28/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 2001 VNUS closure ablation for venous insufficiency. Surgical Anatomy for Facial Plastics Surgery. Seattle, WA. 11/9-10/01 2001 Mohs micrographic surgery. Surgical Anatomy for Facial Plastics Surgery. Seattle, WA. 11/9- 10/01 2001 Modified Island Pedicle Flaps. Surgical Anatomy for Facial Plastics Surgery. Seattle, WA. 11/9-10/01 2002 Veins, veins, Vain?. Focus Session. American Academy of Dermatology convention New Orleans. Feb 24, 2002 2002 Mechanisms of metastasis. Symposium Cutaneous Tumors. American Academy of Dermatology convention New Orleans. Feb 24, 2002 2002 Manual of therapeutics; BCC & SCC. Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery. American Academy of Dermatology convention New Orleans. Feb 24, 2002 10
  • 11. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS 1998 Hemangioma and Vascular Malformations and the Therapy with Interferon and Corticosteroids 19th Congress of the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery. San Salvador, Brazil October 1998 1998 Sclero & Compression Therapy and Leg Ulcers in a Patient With Mixed Connective Tissue Disease and Venous Hypertension 12th Annual Congress of the American College of Phlebology San Juan, Puerto Rico November 1998 1999 Laser Surgery in Dermatology Hanoi Institute of Dermatology and Venereology June 1999 1999 Hair Transplantation Hanoi Institute of Dermatology and Venereology June 1999 1999 Laser Surgery in Dermatology and Hair Transplantation Demonstration and Visiting Professor Dermatology and Venereology Institute in Ho Chi Minh City June 1999 2000 Mohs Malevolence and Metastases Mohs Micrographic Surgery Conference of the Skin Cancer Foundation, Costa Rica, January 2000 2000 Facial Rejuvenation International Convention of Vietnamese Physicians of the Free World. 5th annual meeting. Paris, France. July 27-8/2/00 2000 Returning to Vietnam, an Alternate Perspective International Convention of Vietnamese Physicians of the Free World. 5th Annual Meeting. Paris, France 7/27-8/02/00 2000 Hair Transplantation and Liposuction Chinese National Dermatological Society Meeting. Xian China. September 2000 2001 Conscious Sedation in Dermatologic Surgery International Dermatology Exchange Conference of the Skin Cancer Foundation. Havana, Cuba. Jan 12-19, 2001 2001 Anatomic Distortion Following Reconstruction: The Reality International Dermatology Exchange Conference of the Skin Cancer Foundation. Havana, Cuba. Jan 12-19, 2001 2002 Surgical update on Melanoma Hanoi, Vietnam. Skin Cancer Foundation January 2002 2002 Modified Island Pedicle Flap Hanoi, Vietnam. Skin Cancer Foundation January 2002 11
  • 12. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. INVITED PRESENTATIONS 1998 Ambulatory Phlebectomy Faculty Speaker. 13th Annual Dialogues in Cosmetic Dermatology, Scottsdale, Arizona 1998 Faculty Speaker, Symposium, Hemangioma and Vascular Malformations and the Therapy with Interferon and Corticosteroids 19th Congress of the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery. San Salvador, Brazil 1999 High Risk Squamous Cell Carcinoma/Basal Cell Carcinoma Faculty Speaker. Summer American Academy of Dermatology New York, July 31, 1999 1999 Skin Cancer Recognition for the Primary Physician Faculty Speaker. Vietnamese Medical Convention National Meeting San Diego, August 8, 1999 1999 Laser Surgery in Dermatology Visiting professor Hanoi Instituite of Dermatology and Venereology June 1999 2000 Mechanisms of metastasis Guest Speaker Moschella Lectureship. Harvard Medical School. Lahey Clinic. April 4-6, 2000 2000 Mechanisms of metastasis Faculty Speaker Cutaneous anatomy and surgery. 3rd annual course. Boston University School of Medicine July 13-15, 2000 2000 Facial Rejuvenation Faculty Speaker International Convention of Vietnamese Physicians of the Free World. 5th annual meeting. Paris, France. July 27-8/2/00 2000 Hair Transplantation and Liposuction Faculty Speaker Chinese National Dermatological Society Meeting. Xian China. September 2000 2001 Mechanisms of Metastasis Faculty Speaker, Unusual Tumors Symposium American Academy of Dermatology Annual Convention Washington DC, March 2001 2001 Mechanisms of metastasis & Surgical management of malignant melanoma Faculty Speaker Cutaneous anatomy and surgery. 4rd annual course. Boston University School of Medicine August 4, 2001 2001 Facial Dermatitis Faculty Speaker Vietnamese American Medical Association National Convention New Jersey, August 5, 2001 2001 Nhip Cau The He 12
  • 13. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. Faculty Speaker Vietnamese American Medical Association National Convention New Jersey, August 5, 2001 2001 Philanthropy in dermatology Faculty Speaker Humanitarian Health Care for Dermatologists Brooke Army medical center, San Antonio, TX August 14-15, 2001 2001 Mohs surgery and the nose Rhinofest. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN 10/15/01 2001 VNUS closure ablation for venous insufficiency Surgical Anatomy for Facial Plastics Surgery. Seattle, WA. 11/9-10/01 2001 Mohs Surgery Surgical Anatomy for Facial Plastics Surgery. Seattle, WA. 11/9-10/01 2002 Mechanisms of metastasis Symposium Cutaneous Tumors. American Academy of Dermatology convention New Orleans. Feb 24, 2002 2003 Manual of therapeutics; BCC & SCC Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery. American Academy of Dermatology convention New Orleans. Feb 24, 2002 INVITED VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS Visiting Professor. Dermatology Hospital of Saigon. Saigon, Vietnam. June 1999 Visiting Professor. Dermatology Hospital of Saigon. Saigon, Vietnam. December 2000 Visiting Professor. Institute of Dermatology and Venereology, Hanoi, Vietnam. December 2001 Visiting Professor. Institute of Dermatology and Venereology, Hanoi, Vietnam. January 2002 CLINICAL PRACTICE, INTERESTS, AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Clinical Practice: Cutaneous oncology, Mohs micrographic surgery & reconstruction, Laser surgery (vascular, pigmented, ablative, hair removal), Phlebology (sclerotherapy, varicose vein surgery), Cosmetic surgery (tumescent liposuction, hair transplantation, chemical peels, traumatic & acne scar revision, facial rejuvenation) • SCORES program: Skin Care Outreach Empowers Survivors. Program of scar revisions for victims of domestic violence • Gang Tattoo Removal Project: Public service program to help youths discard their stigmata with gang membership by treating their gang tattoos with laser surgery • Foundation for International Dermatology Education (FIDE)- non-profit foundation providing educational scholarships to dermatologists abroad (usually in underserved nations) to attend the AAD national meeting. At the 2002 AAD convention, FIDE granted scholarships to 13 international dermatologists • Dermatology Education for Vietnam: Each year, I personally sponsor a Vietnamese dermatologist to the United States for further dermatologic education. Their experience with me varies from 1-6 months during which they learn general dermatology, dermatologic surgery, and dermatopathology • Task Force to Provide Educational Materials and Volunteers Abroad. 13
  • 14. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. 1. Develop an international database of dermatology training programs 2. Coordinate donated educational materials from AAD members to training programs in need (usually third world nations) 3. Identify opportunities for dermatologist volunteers to teach and provide patient service for international training programs • Digital technology & education: Harvesting the potential of digital media for patient and physician education. We have created a digital technology fellowship and are in the process of developing DVD education titles specific to skin cancer and dermatology surgery. • Aids Prevention Project of the Vietnamese Medical Association: Founding member. Organization committed to the education and prevention of AIDS in the Vietnamese community BIBLIOGRAPHY Original Articles 1.Nguyen TH, Johnson RA: Pigmented purpuric dermatoses. Fitzpatrick Journal of Clinical Dermatology 3(1):42-44, 1995. 2.Rooney JA. Nguyen TH. Trichloroacetic acid peels. Dermatologic Therapy. 13: 173-182, 2000. 3.Byrd D. Otley CC. Nguyen TH. Alar batten cartilage grafting in nasal reconstruction: functional and cosmetic results. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2000;43:833-6. 4.Otley CC. Nguyen TH. Conscious sedation of pediatric patients with combination oral benzodiazepines and inhaled nitrous oxide. Dermatol Surg 2000;26:1041-44. 5.Otley CC. Nguyen TH. Safe and effective conscious sedation administered by dermatologic surgeons. Archives of Dermatology 2000;136:1333-5. 6.Nguyen TH. Asian skin, attributes and implications in carcinogenesis. Vietnamese Medical Journal 2001;(1):45-48. 7.Mehrany K, Otley C, Weenig R, Phillips K, Roenigk R, Nguyen TH. A meta-analysis of the prognostic significance of sentinel lymph node status in merkel cell carcinoma. Dermatol Surg 2002; 28(2):113- 117. 8.Nguyen TH, Ho QD. Management of non-melanoma skin cancer. Current Treatment Options in Oncology 2002; 3(3): in press 9.Nguyen, TH. Hairston B. Modified Island Pedicle Flap. Submitted for publication 10.Nguyen, TH. Hsu TS. Anatomic distortion in cutaneous surgery. Submitted for publication 11.Martinez, JC. Et al. Defining the Clinical Course of Metastatic Skin Cancer in Organ Transplant Recipients: A multicenter collaborative study. Submitted for publication Book Chapters 1.Nguyen TH. EMLA and Other Topical Anesthetics, Local and Regional Blocks. In Cosmetic Surgery. Edited by Rhoda Narins. NY. Marcel Dekker 2001 2.Nguyen, TH. Otley CC. Conscious Sedation. In Techniques in Cutaneous Surgery. Edited by Keyvan Nouri. Mosby. 2002 14
  • 15. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. 3.Nguyen, TH. Surgical Anatomy for the Dermatologic Surgeon. In Dermatologica Practica, Atlas, Patologia Sistemica Asociada y Terapeutica. Editors Sober AJ, Mihm M, Torres V, Camacho F. in progress Editorials Non Peer Reviewed Published Articles 1. Nguyen TH. “Laser Assisted Removal of Hair” Mayo Clinical Update. Vol 16, 3, 2000 2. Nguyen TH. Book review. Textbook of Dermatologic Surgery, Mayo Clinic Proceedings July 1998, 73:7. 3. Nguyen TH. “Ambulatory Phlebectomy” Mayo Clinical Update Abstracts and Letters 1. Nguyen TH. Sclerotherapy in a patient with mixed connective tissue disease. American College of Phlebology Annual Meeting. 1998. San Juan, Puerto Rico 2. Byrd DR. Nguyen TH. Otley CC. Alar batten cartilage graft in nasal reconstruction, functional and cosmetic. 31st Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology 5/17-19/99, Miami Beach FL 3. Rooney JA. Nguyen TH. Otley CC. Comparison of complication rates in Use or Non use of bolster dressings after FTSG. 31st Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology 5/17-19/99, Miami Beach FL 4. Otley CC. Nguyen TH. Safe and effective conscious sedation in dermatologic surgery. 31st Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology 5/17- 19/99, Miami Beach FL 5. Nguyen TH. Perspectives of the VMA, from a Younger Generation. Canadian Journal of the Vietnamese Medical Association 6. Hsu J. Nguyen TH. Anatomic distortion following reconstructive surgery, the real truth. 32nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology- American Association of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) joint conference. 11/02-05/00, Denver, CO 7. Nguyen. TH. Otley CC. Conscious sedation of pediatric patients with combination oral benzodiazepine and inhaled nitrous oxide. 32nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO)-American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) joint conference. 11/02-05/00, Denver, CO 8. Nguyen TH. Conchal bowl interpolation flap for structural ear defects. 32nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology (ACMMSCO)- American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) joint conference. 11/02-05/00, Denver, CO 15
  • 16. Tri H. Nguyen, M.D. 9. Otley CO, Nguyen TH, Phillips KP. Anxiolysis with Oral Midazolam in Pediatric Patients Undergoing Dermatologic Surgical Procedures. Poster presentation. American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Annual Convention. 11/2-5/00. Denver, CO 10. William O’Connor, Katherine Lim, Maureen Gagnot, Mark Zalla, Clark Otley, Tri Nguyen, Randall Roenigk. Comparison of Mohs Micrographic Surgery with Wide Excision for Extramammary Pagets in 8 patients. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 11. Nguyen TH. Variations of the Island Pedicle Flap. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 12. Nguyen TH. Patient Survey and Evaluation for a Dermatologic Surgery Practice. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 13. Nguyen TH. Humanitarian Work and Philanthropy in Dermatologic Surgery. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 14. Te-Shao Hsu, Tri H Nguyen, Clark Otley, Randall Roenigk, Pamela Phillips. Postoperative Wound infection Rates and the Pathogenic Organisms in Dermatologic Surgery. 10/25/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 15. Nguyen TH. Phlebectomy Simulator Box in Teaching Ambulatory Phlebectomy. 10/26/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 16. Nguyen TH. Clark Otley, Kim Phillips. Randal Roenigk. Flap and Graft Combination in Cutaneous Reconstruction. 10/27/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 17. Stewart West, Clark Otley, Tri Nguyen, Pamela Phillips, Randall Roenigk, David Byrd, Eric Asp, Amy Weaver. Physician Perception of Intraoperative Bleeding in Patients on Blood-thinning agents. 10/27/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 18. Pamela Phillips, Tri H Nguyen. The Abbe Flap for Reconstruction of Large Full thickness Defects of the Upper Lip. 10/27/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 19. Nguyen TH, Scott Strome, David Sherris. Cheek Hinge Flap and Cervical Transposition Flap for Defect of the Perioral Unit. 10/28/01. ACMMSCO/ASDS 2001. Dallas, TX 16

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