Laurence T. Glickman, MD, MSc, FRCS(C), FACS is a former president of LIPSG and has been with us since 1991. He currently serves on the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group’s board of directors. Dr. Glickman is certified by the the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and also holds Board Certifications in General Surgery and Plastic Surgery by the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada. Dr. Glickman earned his medical doctorate from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, followed by the completion of training in General Surgery at McGill University’s Montreal General Hospital in 1987. He later completed an advanced residency training program in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Nassau County Medical Center, and a fellowship in Peripheral Nerve and Maxillofacial Surgery at Sunnybrooke Medical Center. Dr. Glickman also holds a Masters degree in Experimental Surgery from Mcgill University.

Dr. Glickman has held many prestigious positions in his career. He is a past president of the Nassau Surgical Society, as well as Project Morry, a non-profit youth development camp with a focus on education. Dr. Glickman sits on the board of directors for Project Morry and Mission:Restore, an organization providing plastic and reconstructive surgery to those in need around the world.

Dr. Glickman has been named as one of The Best Doctors in America, and has been recognized in Who’s Who in Science & Engineering. He is a member of many respected medical organizations, including the American Burn Association, the American Society for Peripheral Nerve, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the New York Regional Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons.

For more biographical information and a detailed listing of Dr. Glickman’s educational background and affiliations, please visit the Doctors page at www.lipsg.com.