Dr. Lickstein’s CV

Larry H. Lickstein, MD – Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Larry Lickstein

EDUCATION

1993
MD, New York University School of Medicine
New York, New York
Alpha Omega Alpha Award recognizing the three students with the highest scholastic rating for the four years of the study of medicine

1989
AB, Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
Cum laude, Molecular Biology

1985
North Miami Beach Senior High School
North Miami Beach, FL
Valedictorian

POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING

Fellowship:
1998-2000
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
J. William Futrell, MD chairman (1998-1999)
Kenneth Shestak, MD interim chairman (1999-2000)
Michael L. Bentz, MD residency director

Chief Residency:
1997-1998
Department of Surgery
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
Mitchell P. Fink, MD chairman
Michael D. Stone, MD residency director

Residency:
1994-1997
Department of Surgery
Beth Israel Hospital
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
Mitchell P. Fink, MD chairman
Robert G. Johnson, MD residency director

Internship:
1993-1994
Department of Surgery
Beth Israel Hospital
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
William Silen, MD chairman & residency director

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-
Belecara Premier Multi-Specialty Center
(formerly the Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland)
Plastic Surgeon and Executive Vice President
Baltimore, MD

2006-2014
Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland
Towson, MD

2006-2007
Wound Care Center
Greater Baltimore Medical Center

2004-2006
Staff, Department of Plastic Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Florida

2001-2003
Associate Staff, Department of Plastic Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Florida

2000-2001
Assistant Staff, Department of Plastic Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Florida

CONSULTANT

2015-
Zeltiq
Speaker for CoolSculpting

2010-
Acelity (formerly LifeCell)
Speaker and BioSkills Cadaver Lab instructor
Breast and Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

CERTIFICATION

2001
Diplomat, The American Board of Plastic Surgery
(re-certified 2009)

1999-2009
Diplomat, The American Board of Surgery

1994
Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners

1994
Advanced Trauma Life Support

1993
Advanced Cardiac Life Support

LICENSURE

2006-
Medical Licensure, State of Maryland

2000-
Medical Licensure, State of Florida

1998-2000
Medical Licensure, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

1993-1998
Certificate of Limited Registration,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1998
Clinical Fellow in Surgery, Harvard Medical School

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

2011-
Residents and Fellows Committee
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

2008-2011
Surgery Advisory Committee (elected position)
Greater Baltimore Medical Center

2008-2009
Chairman Search Committee, Department of Surgery
Greater Baltimore Medical Center

2001-2006
Committee Appointments, Cleveland Clinic Florida
Medical records committee (2001-2005; Chairman, 2002-5)
Bylaws committee (2004-5)
Aesthetics committee (2002-03)
Infection control committee (2001-02)
Research and education committee (2001-02)
Ad hoc committee for conscious sedation (2001-02)

2003-2006
Faculty Sponsor / Administrator Visiting medical student elective in Plastic Surgery Cleveland Clinic Florida, Naples

1997-1998
Administrative Chief Resident Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

1997-1998
Graduate Medical Education Committee Representative of the Department of Surgery Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

1997-1998
Housestaff Education Committee Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

1998
Forbes College Council, Princeton University

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Massive Weight Loss Body Contouring “Masters Class”
Shaping Futures, Ethicon, Inc. Las Vegas, NV. May, 2008. Charleston, SC. May, 2005.

Laser Certification Course (CO2, Nd:YAG)
Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA. November, 1999

Endoscopic Workshop for Surgical Residents
Society for American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons. Cincinnati, Ohio. August, 1995

HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS

2002-2015
Top Doc, US News & World Reports America’s Top Doctors, Castle-Connolly Publisher.

2013
Baltimore Magazine Top Doc, Plastic Surgery (Body Contouring)

2013
Baltimore Magazine Top Doc, Plastic Surgery (Facial Surgery)

2007-2009
America’s Top Plastic Surgeons, Consumers’ Research Council of America

2004-2005
The Gulfshore’s Top Doctors, Gulfshore Life Magazine 2002 America’s Top Surgeons, Consumer’s Research Council of America

2000
Second Place Presentation, 43rd Annual Scientific Meeting, The Ivy Society. Cleveland, OH. The SIEA flap in breast reconstruction (delivered by Dr. Sandeep Kathju)

1993
Alpha Omega Alpha Award recognizing the three students with the highest scholastic rating for the four years of the study of medicine

1993
Alpha Omega Alpha Vice President, Delta Chapter of New York

1991
American Cancer Society Institution Grant New York University School of Medicine

1990
Gideon Goldstein Academic Achievement Award in Immunology New York University School of Medicine

1987
Forbes College Service Award, Princeton University

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

2008-
American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

2008
American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Candidate

2008-2014
The John Staige Davis Society

2001-
American Society of Plastic Surgeons

2003-
American College of Surgeons, Fellow

2002
American College of Surgeons, Associate Fellow

1993-1998
American Medical Association

2001-2002
Collier County Medical Society

2001-2002
Florida Medical Association

1998-2000
American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons Residents’ Affiliate Group

1989-1993
American Medical Student Association

1989-1993
New York State Medical Society

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2002-
McGhan Medical Corporation Silicone-Filled Breast Implant
Adjunct Clinical Study.

2001-
Mentor H/S Silicone Gel-Filled Mammary Prosthesis Clinical
Research Study (Principal Investigator, CCF Naples, 2001-06).

1990-1991
Research Fellow. Advisor: Alan Frey, PhD
Department of Cell Biology
New York University School of Medicine

1990
Clinical Research Assistant. Advisor: William Ganz, MD
Department of Radiology (Division of Nuclear Medicine)
University of Miami School of Medicine

1988-1989
Undergraduate Research Fellow. Advisor: Arnold J. Levine, PhD
Department of Molecular Biology
Princeton University

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Publications

Lickstein LH, Bentz MB. Reconstruction of pediatric foot and ankle trauma. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 14(4):1-7, 2003.

Lickstein LH, Shestak KC. The conceptual evolution of modern reduction mammoplasty. Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 6(2):88-96, 1999.

Lickstein LH, Matthews JB. “Role of surgery in the management of peptic ulcer disease.” In: Rose BD, ed. Up-to-Date in Gastroenterology and Hepatology (a CD-ROM based textbook) UpToDate, Inc. 1997.

Lickstein LH, Matthews JB. “Surgical management of the complications of peptic ulcer disease.” In: Rose BD, ed. Up-to-Date in Gastroenterology and Hepatology (a CD-ROM based textbook) UpToDate, Inc. 1997.

Lickstein LH Matthews JB. “Elective surgical management of peptic ulcer disease.” In: Ashley SW, ed. Problems in General Surgery. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott, Inc. 1996.

Ganz W, Serafini A, Lerner D, Lisko J, Lickstein L, Kaplan H, Gonzalez R, Sahu S, Serafini GN. Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging goes beyond anatomy. Critical Reviews in Diagnostic Imaging 36(6):479-503, 1995.

Lickstein LH. A structural characterization of wildtype and mutant p53 using monoclonal antibodies as molecular probes. Undergraduate Thesis. Submitted to Princeton University, 1989.

Presentations

Medical Grand Rounds. “Autologous tissue and the reconstructive elevator: the new paradigm in plastic surgery.” Department of Medicine, St. Josephs Medical Center. Baltimore, MD. February, 2009.

Surgical Grand Rounds. “The reconstructive elevator: the new paradigm in plastic surgery.” Department of Surgery, St. Josephs Medical Center. Baltimore, MD. September, 2007.

Medical Grand Rounds. “Beyond nips and tucks: an introduction to reconstructive plastic surgery.” Department of Medicine, Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Baltimore, MD. May, 2007.

Surgical Grand Rounds. “Autologous tissue and the reconstructive elevator: the new paradigm in plastic surgery.” Department of Surgery, Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Baltimore, MD. November, 2006.

Cleveland Clinic Florida Continuing Medical Education lecture series for Physicians. Lickstein, LH. “Periorbital rejuvenation.” March, 2005.

Innovations in Aesthetic Surgery. CME meeting jointly sponsored by the Departments of Plastic Surgery of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Cleveland Clinic Florida. Lickstein, LH (host faculty). “Optimizing breast augmentation.” Ft. Lauderdale, FL. March, 2004.

Cleveland Clinic Florida Continuing Medical Education lecture series for physicians. Lickstein, LH. “Parts is parts: autologous tissue in reconstruction.” Naples, FL. November, 2003.

Cleveland Clinic Florida Continuing Medical Education lecture series for physicians. Lickstein, LH. “An update on breast reconstruction.” Naples, FL. October, 2002.

Ohio Valley Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Annual Meeting Lickstein LH, Bentz ML. “Reconstruction of the foot and ankle in the pediatric population” Cleveland, OH. June, 2000.

Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Meeting. Lickstein LH, Bentz ML. “Pediatric foot and ankle trauma” Gainesville, FL. May, 2000.

The Ivy Society, Annual Scientific Meeting. Kathju S, Lickstein LH, Newton ED. “The superficial inferior epigastric artery flap in breast reconstruction” (presented by Dr. Kathju). Philadelphia, PA. March, 2000.

Ohio Valley Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Annual Meeting. Lickstein LH, Newton ED. “The pre-expanded free flap: long term follow-up” Cincinnati, OH. June, 1999.

Surgical Grand Rounds. Lickstein LH. “The pre-expanded free flap and the new paradigm in plastic surgery.” Department of Surgery. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. March, 1999.

New England Medical Center 4th Annual Research Presentation Day. Lickstein LH, Thurer RL. “Fast-track thoracotomy.” Tufts University School of Medicine. May, 1998.

Surgical Grand Rounds: Lickstein LH. “Peptic ulcer surgery in 1997.” Mount Auburn Hospital, Harvard Medical School. September, 1997.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

2008-2012
Founder & Co-Director of Executive Board The Larry and Lori Lickstein Foundation Baltimore, Maryland
Co-created a non-profit (501c3) foundation and developed a nationally recognized breast cancer event, Steps to the Cure. Coordinated all foundation event activities. The annual event grew to attendance of 500 supporters and proceeds were donated to multiple local and national charities. The events raised awareness and spotlighted over 120 survivors. It was our mission to harness the compassion of a community, raising funds and awareness for breast cancer patients in Maryland

2009-2011
Board Member, Fields of Sagamore Home Owners Association