Aesthetics appoints new Clinical Advisory Board member

02 Jun 2020

Consultant ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon Miss Elizabeth Hawkes has joined the Aesthetics Media Clinical Advisory Board.

In her new role, Miss Hawkes will support the clinical direction of the Aesthetics journal and Aesthetics Awards, as well the ACE and CCR conferences and exhibitions.

Miss Hawkes graduated from Imperial College London and has trained at Harvard Medical School in Boston. She undertook postgraduate medical and surgical training at St. Mary’s Hospital in London before embarking on a career in ophthalmic surgery.

Miss Hawkes is a specialist in cosmetic eyelid surgery, including upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty surgery, as well as practising non-surgical aesthetics. She leads the emergency eye care service at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, while practising aesthetics at the Cadogan Clinic in London.

Following her appointment, Miss Hawkes said, “I am delighted to sit on the Clinical Advisory Board for Aesthetics. It is a pleasure to work with leaders in the field to maintain high standards in aesthetic practice.”

Editor and content manager, Chloé Gronow, added, “We are thrilled that Miss Hawkes is joining our Clinical Advisory Board. She has already written some excellent pieces for the journal, sharing her expert knowledge of eye treatments and anatomy with readers. Miss Hawkes’ experience will only add to our already multidisciplinary Board to further support us in our clinical direction, ensuring all information we share is evidence based and cutting edge.” 


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