Dr. Paul Rose performs ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation and was one of the first physicians in the early 1990’s to develop and implement the follicular unit procedure. He is internationally recognized for his ideas for achieving a natural hairline and has lectured widely and written numerous articles on hair restoration. Recently he contributed his writing to the new edition of the book, "Hair Transplantation", edited by Dr. Walter Unger and Dr. Ronald Shapiro.
Dr. Paul Rose is the winner of the 2008 ISHRS Golden Follicle award. To learn more about his outstanding achievements as it relates to clinically based research in hair restoration, visit “Highlights of the Annual 2008 ISHRS Scientific Meeting in Montreal”. In 2002 Dr. Rose was also a recipient of the Michelangelo Award from the Italian Society of Hair Restoration.
Dr. Rose is recognized for developing the concept of backlighting and some of the devices used for this purpose. He has also invented the micrograft facilitator.
Dr. Paul Rose performs both state of the art FUT/strip and FUE via the ARTAS Robotic Assisted Hair Restoration System. The ARTAS device helps to automate the donor extraction process part of the procedure but must still be operated by a skilled and experience hair transplant surgeon. Learn more about the ARTAS Hair Restoration System.
Dr. Rose has served as the President of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and serves on its Board of Governors. He is also the chairman of its Pro Bono Committee, which is dedicated to helping indigent individuals who sufferer from hair loss due to trauma or disease to restore their hair.
Dr. Rose has served as the director of the beginner's course for the ISHRS and in 2000 he served as Chairman of the Scientific Program for the annual ISHRS meeting. He has been a member of the Scientific Committee and the Live Surgery Workshop Committee for the ISHRS for the past few years.
Dr. Rose has been an invited faculty member to the Orlando Live Surgery Workshops sponsored by the ISHRS. He has demonstrated the technique of follicular unit grafting and has lectured on various topics such as hairline creation and backlighting. He has also been invited to speak for Pharmacia on the subjects of medical therapies for hair loss and the use of medications for hair loss in women.
Dr. Rose is a board certified dermatologist and is a fellow in the American Academy of Dermatology. He has a position on the clinical faculty of the University of South Florida Department of Dermatology and is active in clinical research.
Dr. Rose did his residency training at Temple University Skin and Cancer Hospital in Philadelphia. He received his medical degree from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center and did his internship at the University of Connecticut Medical Center.
- Alpha Ð1 antitrypsin Pi types, Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, New York Lung Association Research Grant 1975
- Mechanisms of Differentiation and Heterochromatization in Mealy Bug Germinal Tissue, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York 1977
- T cell Migration Patterns in Lymph Node Post Capillary Venules, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, Student Research Grant 1978
- Histamine Influence on T cells, Johns Hopkins Medical Center Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1978
- Selected for Student Elective at the National Institute of Health. Immunology Section, International Society of Hair, Bethesda, Maryland 1978