Dr. Rod Rohrich leading physician in rhinoplasty industry


Dr. Rod J Rohrich has been a leading force in the plastic surgery and rhinoplasty industry for decades. He has received numerous awards as a top professional in the past few years:

In 2013 the US New and World Report rankings honored Dr. Rohrich as being a part of the top 15 of physicians in the USA. Not only a top surgeon in his specialty, but nationally recognized as a leading physician across all practices.

In 2015 Plastic Surgeons USA named him as one of the best in the practice. The honor is awarded after conducting a thorough series of peer reviews to find the best in the business and support customer decision making when seeking a surgeon. Speaking about the honor Dr. Rohrich stated “This award is meaningful in part because it is driven by peer nomination and is an important component of reliable medical information.”

Also in 2015 D Magazine recognized Dr. Rohrich for his excellent work in the cosmetic nasal surgery and nasal reconstruction practices. He also helps serve in his community outside of his practice, by helping develop the next generation of surgeons. He is currently teaching at the Departing of Plastic Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center as a distinguished professor. You can visit his profile at UT Southwestern to learn more about his education, publications and clinical interests

Currently serving as the Chairman for the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium, he led the 33rd annual event in March 2016. The symposium offers attendees a chance to meet other professional in their practice, gain experience under Dr. Rohrich, lectures, Q&A sessions, and panel discussions. Speaking on the journal Rohrich stated “The Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium provides access to information and advances that are truly on the forefront of this specialized area.”

The doctor also helps give back to his profession through publication. He co-authored “Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters” based on a series of presentations from past symposium events. He has also served as the editor of the ‘Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal’ for the past 10 years which serves as a part of surgeons’ continuing medical education.

As a leading practitioner in this field he has presented over 2,000 times and led over 6,000 plastic surgeries during his career. You can visit his official website at for additional information on his career achievements, authored works and social media details. Follow Rohrich

Eric Lefkofsky – Co-Founder and CEO of Tempus


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Eric Lefkofsky is the co-founder and CEO of Tempus. He has dedicated much of his career to cancer research and detailed studies. As a successful entrepreneur, Lefkofsky created Tempus to help develop innovative and popular cancer treatments. Tempus helps work with many physicians and healthcare professionals by using cutting-edge technology utilizing genomic sequencing and methods of analysis. These are used to understand the necessary details needed to properly treat a patient’s tumor. By gathering large amounts of information and data, Tempus is able to better assist physicians so they are able to treat their patient’s properly. They can prescribe a more intense and personalized approach to therapy by utilizing high scaled technology. The data collected from Tempus is relayed to help doctors promote a more advanced plan of care and treatment for each patient.

Lefkofsky and his wife are fully engaged in the industry of cancer research. They regularly donate to research causes and have created a foundation called the Lefkofsky Family Foundation. They donated $1 million to the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University. Other donations have been made to give support to immunotherapy in relation to gastric cancer and breast cancer. He is also involved in The Giving Pledge and serves as a Trustee at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. As an entrepreneur, he has committed a lifetime of research to help those who are diagnosed with cancer. His future hope is to help those recover from the disease and remain in remission for a lifetime. With technology on the rise and a rapid growth with research, the success of survivors is increasing at a rapid rate.

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