Dr Patrick Treacy

Chairman of the Royal Society of Medicine (London) Aesthetic Congress. Chairman of the Irish Association of Cosmetic Doctors and Irish Representative of the British Association of Cosmetic Medicine. Laureate Aesthetic Medicine Azerbaijan, Diploma Aesthetic Medicine London. Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Society of Arts. (London)

Chairman of the Royal Society of Medicine (London) Aesthetic Congress. Chairman of the Irish Association of Cosmetic Doctors and Irish Representative of the British Association of Cosmetic Medicine. Laureate Aesthetic Medicine Azerbaijan, Diploma Aesthetic Medicine London. Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Society of Arts. (London).

Editorial Boards: Dr. Treacy serves on the editorial boards of five international aesthetic journals. He is author of 50 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has contributed to chapters of medical books. He is Chairman of the Ailesbury Humanitarian Foundation and Honorary Ambassador to the Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation and the driving force behind countless humanitarian efforts in communities across Africa, Haiti and the Third World. He has opened orphanages in Monrovia, Liberia and Mirebalais, Haiti.

Educator and researcher: he is an advanced aesthetic trainer and has trained over 8,000 doctors and nurses from around the world. Faculty keynote speaker and member of the IMCAS Academic Board, IMCAS Scientific Advisory Board and the Euromedicom Scientific Advisory Board representing congresses across Europe, the US, Russia, China and South America. Developed techniques including pioneering treatments for treating HIV facial lipodystrophy, developing radiosurgery venous thermocoagulation and restoring vascular occluded tissue has strongly influenced the field of aesthetic medicine.

Accolades in Medicine: Dr Treacy has won many international awards, including the ‘AMEC Trophy’ both in Paris and Monaco for research relating to cancer cachexia and reversal of dermal filler vascular occlusion (HELPIR technique). MyFaceMyBody Trophy for research and innovative techniques relating to the use of PRP, and red light in both facial rejuvenation and hair transplant. Winner of the 1st AIDA Trophy in Abu Dhabi for contributions to establishing complications protocols and the ‘Beauty & Antiaging Trophy’ in Baku, Azerbaijani and the CCME Medal in Mexico for contributions to developing the field of Aesthetic medicine.