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Dr. Daniel E. Rousso accepted an invitation from the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia to speak at the Cosmetex 2012 Secretariat Conference held in Cairns, Queensland Australia, May 5-8, 2012. Cairns is in Northeastern Australia and near the Great Barrier Reef. The meeting held at the Cairns Convention Centre included renowned faculty, comprised of facial plastic surgeons, from Australia and abroad. The 1100 meeting attendees included cosmetic and plastic surgeons, dermatologists, cosmetic physicians and nurses that were welcomed by the president Dr. Russell Knudsen. Cosmetex is well known for their excellent programs and workshops. Cosmetex provides those in the industry with a platform to learn about new technologies and cutting-edge equipment.
During the four-day conference Dr. Rousso presented lectures discussing and sharing his techniques for Chemical Peeling, Dermabrasion, Minimal incision Rhytidectomy (Face Lifting) and Facial Rejuvenation.
While in Australia Dr. Rousso had the opportunity to visit Ayers Rock. For those who may not know, Ayers Rock is a large sandstone rock formation in central Australia, in the Northern Territory. It is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, 350 km southwest of Alice Springs. It is the second-largest monolith in the world (after Mount Augustus, also in Australia), more than 986 ft high and 5 miles around. It also extends 1.5 miles into the ground. It was described by explorer Ernest Giles in 1872 as “the remarkable pebble”.’ A picture (not mine) is included here which was taken at sunset. It truly is an incredible site to see and experience up close.
After a brief stopover in Sydney to visit friends Dr. Rousso returned to Birmingham with some unique aborigine made gifts for staff.