Born and raised in Manhattan, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is deeply atuned to the wants and needs of New Yorkers. Cultivating a sophisticated clientele, Dr. Frank has become renowned for his expertise in minimally invasive cosmetic surgery. Published by Random House in 2002, TURNING BACK THE CLOCK WITHOUT LOSING TIME: A Complete Guide to Quick and Easy Cosmetic Rejuvenation, has become the doctor's first "bible" for the consumer. In 2005, Dr. Frank separated skin care's myth and magic with the launch of his own line of products for the consumer market- pfrankmd skincare. Throughout his career, Dr. Frank has lectured extensively and authored several articles pertaining to cosmetic surgery in both the professional and consumer literature. He is regularly featured in local and international media in addition to national television and fashion and beauty publications as a skin expert. Academically, Dr. Frank continues his ongoing research in dermatologic surgery; He was an investigator for the FDA trials of Restylane®, acted as the global endorser for Estee Lauder’s Good Skin Labs and was Global Dermatologist and technology expert for Lab Series –Skincare for Men. Dr. Frank is an investigator and consultant for numerous aesthetic technology and skin care companies. Dr. Frank is the Global Skin Care Consultant for Madonna and MTG, Japan's largest skin care and technology company. Developed and marketed originally in Japan, MDNA Skincare, with Dr. Frank's help, is planning global expansion throughout Asia, Europe, and subsequently North America. He is the Chairman of The Physician Advisory Board and Vice Chairman of Dermatology for Alphaeon Corporation; a lifestyle, healthcare, and beauty company. Dr. Frank is a BOARD CERTIFIED Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, and a fellow of both the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Academy of Dermatology. He trained in Internal Medicine at New York’s Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and completed his Dermatology residency at NYU Langone Medical Center. He is currently Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital.