Dr Laurence Kirwan
Dr. Laurence Kirwan's biography on Wikipedia informs that he served as as founding Director of "Doctors for All People", a foundation which offers plastic surgery of a reconstructive nature to patients in need.
Dr. Kirwan has an interest in research, he has published a number of scholarly articles in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, the Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery, and the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
As an expert practitioner of cosmetic and plastic surgery, Dr. Laurence Kirwan has shared his research and experiences at more than 50 conferences in Canada, Europe, and the USA. An alumnus of Universities of Manchester (UK) of Missouri and Colorado (USA), Dr. Kirwan earned his Certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS). Additionally, he pursued specialized training in Surgery of the Hand and was awarded a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand by the same ABPS.
He then published his research about breast surgery and plastic surgery.
Dr. Laurence Kirwan spent time at the Maimonides Medical Center in New York, where he worked in the field of General Surgery. Whilst in New York, Dr. Laurence Kirwan served as Resident at the Presbytarian Hospital.
Kirwan is curreently a Clinical Instructor for the Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship at New York Eye & Ear Infirmary where he is a Member of the Section of Plastic Surgery.
In 1996 Dr. Kirwan was appointed a Professor of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (University of Belgrade) at the International School of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Prof. Laurence Kirwan has practices in New York, Norwalk and London where he offers a wide range of services that include cosmetic and plastic surgery, aesthetic and laser medicine.