She has been published in several nursing magazines “The New faces of Nursing: Cosmetic Procedures Open Career Paths,” Working World, March 13, 2006
“Credentialing of Aesthetic Nurses,” Aesthetic Guide Magazine, November/ December 2010 January 2011
Professional Organizations & Affiliations:
The International Society of Oncology Esthetics
Her diversity of experience includes setting up the Laser Program at Torrance Memorial Medical Center, more than a decade in the operating room, and supervising a non-profit mission medical clinic in Mexico.
An expert in teaching and performing cosmetic laser procedures internationally, Beth was for seven years a Clinical Applications Specialist at Lumenis (formerly ESC/Sharplan), the company that manufactures the IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) VascuLight and Photoderm, as well as various laser systems.
Beth is proficient in VascuLight, Quantum Series, EpiLight, Ultra Pulse, Lyra, EsteLux, Light Sheer, CO2, Nd:YAG and Er:YAG, H-R Force, MedFlash II, and Orion. She is also well versed in the most advanced techniques and products for optimum skincare, from microdermabrasion and the use of "injectables" such as Botox and Collagen, to tattoo removal with laser or tattoo reversal using the "Rejuvi" technique.
Continuing to travel, Beth teaches doctors and nurses the art and science of using lasers and the IPL systems at in-house seminars and in doctors' offices.
Stacey Ross earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) at Oklahoma Baptist University in 1986. In 1999 she was awarded her Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN) at California State University , Long Beach. She is a member of the dermatology Nursing Association. Her experience includes work in the Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Room, Home Health, and as a Nurse Educator. As a dermatology Nurse Practitioner for the last 10 years, she is an expert in the science and art of dermal fillers and neurotoxins and has trained and taught many injectors. She was co-owner of a med-spa in San Diego and understands the business of medical cosmetic services as well as the demand to deliver high customer satisfaction. One of her goals is to create satisfied clients, whether they are students attending MATC or a cosmetic client in a medical office. She remains in private practice as well as serving as faculty for MATC.
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Shana Scott, RN,BSN, has been a Registered Nurse for seventeen years. I am currently working at the Endovascular Suite of Association of South Bay Surgeons. I work closely with four amazing vascular surgeons where I was given the opportunity to be proctored and perform Sclerotherapy. I have been doing Sclerotherapy for two years. I am also responsible for coordinating RN staffing as well as pre, intra, and post procedure patient care. I recently joined the College of Medical Aesthetics as faculty instructor for Sclerotherapy where I provide didactic and clinical training of Sclerotherapy.
Skilled professional possessing extensive expertise in academic administration. Consistently successful in introducing academically sound degree and certificate programs, strategic marketing, operational plans, student services to increase enrollment, and enhancing the students academic experience and strengthen competitive market position. Offering strong leadership, communication and student and institutional advocacy skills.
Policy & Procedure Development:
Dr. Roman Lal is a physician partner at Cenegenics in Beverly Hills. He completed his residency at Phoenix Baptist Hospital in Arizona, and then directly went into the field of Age management medicine by furthering his training at the Cenegenics Medical Institute in Las Vegas.. During his residency, he was a diabetic educator, presenting weekly lectures centered on medication management and diet control. He also was the first resident in the program history to publish independent of faculty and present at the statewide Academic Excellence Day. He became trained/certified in age management medicine, then joined the global leader in the field, Cenegenics Medical Institute. Community-minded, Dr. Lal also has provided healthcare to indigent and under-served Latino population. He is passionate about responsible hormone balancing, and much to his wife's chagrin, he actually enjoys working long hours in his field of practice. Outside of medicine, although he enjoys travelling and cooking, his most insane guilty pleasure is chocolate - especially with peanut butter.
Monica received her BSN from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2002. Her experience as an RN included labor and delivery, medical surgical nursing, as well as teaching experience. She went on to receive her MSN from California Sate University, Long Beach in 2009. Since then, she has been practicing as a family nurse practitioner. She enjoys educating patients in preventative medicine and holistic health. Anti-aging medicine has become an area of important focus for Monica. Her current passion is in bio identical hormone replacement for the female, Botox Cosmetic, chemical peels, and nutrition, overall women’s health with a holistic approach.
Kathy Dale-Edwall received her Registered Nurse Diploma from Merritt Hospital School of Nursing in 1977. After practicing in multiple specialties as an RN for over thirty years, Kathy enrolled and attended in 2012 the College of Medical Aesthetics nursing dermatology program. Kathy is currently pursing her BSN, MSN and DNP with the intention of specializing in dermatology. Kathy is returning to the College of Medical Aesthetics 2014 as a faculty member.