Dr. Bradley Calobrace joins Carmell SAB

Carmell Corporation (Nasdaq: CTCX), a bio-aesthetics company focused on skin and hair health (“Carmell” or the “Company”), today announced the addition of Dr. Bradley Calobrace to their Scientific Advisory Board.

Dr. Calobrace is an internationally recognized leader in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery with his own private practices in Kentucky and Indiana. He is a graduate of Indiana University Medical School and completed residencies in both General Surgery and Plastic Surgery at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Subsequently, he completed a cosmetic and breast surgery fellowship with Dr. G. Patrick Maxwell and began practice in Louisville, Kentucky in 1997. He has dual clinical faculty appointments with the Departments of Plastic Surgery, at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky and received teaching honors in 2007, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019.

Dr. Calobrace is also director of an Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship endorsed by the Aesthetic Society. He served as traveling professor for the Aesthetic Society from 2016-2022 and recently completed his tenure as traveling professor for the Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons. He also co-chairs the Aesthetic Training Program Committee and Breast Emergency Response Workgroup Committee and serves on the Board of Directors of the Aesthetic Society. Dr. Calobrace is also a clinical editor for the Aesthetic Surgery Journal.

Dr. Calobrace has participated in multiple FDA clinical studies and co-authored 10-year clinical FDA trials for multiple companies. He also performed live surgery at the 2009, 2014, 2016 and 2019 Atlanta Breast Symposium, 2018 Advanced Aesthetics Meeting in St Petersburg Russia, SOS/ISAPS Meeting in Vienna, Austria in 2021, Baker-Gordon Meeting in Miami and Aesthetics Meeting in Istanbul, Turkey in 2023. He served as the Chair for the Aesthetic Breast Surgery, Plastic Surgery The Meeting ASPS in 2021-2023 and Co-Chair, Surgical and Non-surgical program, Beauty Through Science Stockholm in 2021-2023 besides delivering more than 500 lectures at highly reputed National and International conferences. His publication in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal was the recipient of the Best Journal Article Paper award for ASJ 2018. He also received the prestigious ASAPS 2018 Scott Spears Award for Best Lecture and the 2022 Simon Fredericks’ Award for Best Panelist.

In 2020, he published a textbook on Augmentation Mastopexy published by Springer and a video series on “Options in Mastopexy” with QMP Publishing in addition to publishing 23 book chapters. Dr. Calobrace began the Beauty Through Science New York meeting in 2022 - this meeting and the Beauty Through Science Stockholm is a collaboration between Dr. Calobrace and Dr. Per Heden, committed to bringing together the world’s greatest educators in Surgical and Non-surgical Aesthetic Medicine.

Said Mr. Rajiv Shukla, Chairman & CEO of Carmell, “It is a privilege to work with Dr. Calobrace, an internationally reputed thought leader in aesthetics. He is highly regarded as an innovator and mentor to other innovators with an extensive track record of success.”

Said Dr. Calobrace, “I am truly honored to contribute my expertise to the esteemed Advisory Board of Carmell Corp, collaborating with an outstanding group of colleagues in this highly innovative organization. Participating in the growth and development of innovative products and procedures aligns with my passion for bringing cutting-edge technology to the aesthetic industry.”

About Carmell

Carmell is a bio-aesthetics company that utilizes the human platelet secretome to topically deliver more than a thousand proteins and growth factors to support skin and hair health. Carmell’s quality ethos is based on rational cosmetics design coupled with a focus on clean formulas that omit 14 commonly used chemicals that are proven to be adverse to human health. The Company is focused on developing topical cosmetics tailored to meet the demanding technical requirements of professional care providers.

For more information, visit www.carmellcosmetics.com


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