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Dr. Ken Anderson Receives Aztec Jaguar Trophy at Los Angeles Hair Restoration Courses Meeting

Dr. Ken Anderson has been honored with the prestigious Aztec Jaguar Trophy, the Distinguished Faculty Award, at the Los Angeles Hair Restoration Courses (LAHRC). The event took place in Mexico City from June 6-8 and showcased cutting-edge advancements in the field of hair restoration.

Hosted by renowned Dr. Sanusi Umar, this immersive three-day workshop provided hands-on experience with the latest techniques in Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and hair transplantation. The LAHRC meeting attracted an international audience of physicians and surgeons, making it a significant event in the hair restoration community.

Dr. Anderson presented three insightful lectures during the event:

  1. Jump Starting Follicular Growth with an Innovative Follicle Holding Solution
  2. Advancements in Hair Loss Management A Deep Dive into Photobiomodulation Therapy
  3. FUE Surgery My Experience with the WAW Duo FUE System

Dr. Ken Anderson lectures at the Los Angeles Hair Restoration Courses meeting.

“The event allowed for comprehensive training in hair transplant techniques, from extraction to implantation, under the guidance of world-class faculty,” said Dr. Anderson. “Not only was I honored to be part of an esteemed faculty, but I also learned new information in the field of hair transplantation, too.”

The LAHRC meeting in Mexico City was an exceptional gathering that brought together top professionals in hair restoration. Attendees were provided with the tools and knowledge necessary to advance their skills and make significant contributions to the field.

Aztec Jaguar Distinguished Faculty Award Ken Anderson

The Aztec Jaguar Distinguished Faculty Award.

Top photo, from left: Dr. Sanusi Umar, President of the Los Angeles Hair Restoration Course meeting in Mexico City, Los Angeles; Dr. Bill Rassman, Los Angeles; Dr. Ken Anderson; Dr. Alex Gonzalez, Scientific Director of the Los Angeles Hair Restoration Course meeting in Mexico City, Mexico City; Dr. Miguel Marti, Scientific Director of the Los Angeles Hair Restoration Course meeting in Mexico City, Buenos Aires; the Catrina. About the Catrina: A person dressed up as a skeleton at a Mexican celebration is typically referred to as a “Catrín” (for men) or “Catrina” (for women). This character is a popular symbol during Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations. The Catrina, also known as “La Calavera Catrina,” was originally a satirical image created by Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada and later popularized by artist Diego Rivera. The Catrina has become an iconic representation of the Day of the Dead, embodying the Mexican tradition of laughing at death and honoring those who have passed away. The elegant skeleton figure is often adorned with colorful clothing, elaborate hats, and face paint, reflecting the celebration’s vibrant and festive nature.