Dr Rasya Dixit, Medical Director, is a trusted clinical and cosmetic dermatologist from Bangalore, with more than 10 years of experience and expertise in her field.
She is a graduate of the prestigious St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore. She pursued her postgraduate degree in Dermatology in the world renowned Christian Medical College, Vellore. Dr Rasya is a rank student in both her undergraduate and post graduate studies.
She is a member of the International Society of Dermatology, the Indian Academy of Dermatology, the Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India and the Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India to name a few.
Dr Rasya further extended her training under senior Dermatologists and Aesthetic Plastic surgeons world over. During this training, she gained experience with Neuromodulator, Fillers, Laser hair reduction, Laser Skin rejuvenation, under giants of Dermatology such as Dr Goh, Singapore, Dr Nevat, Thailand, Dr Eva from Austria. She believes that ongoing research and training to share and renew skills are of paramount importance in a fast evolving cosmetic Dermatology space.
Dr Rasya Dixit has contributed to articles on Cosmetic dermatology to peer reviewed journals, and has been an invited speaker at state, national and international conferences. She has been a recognised faculty and trainer in workshops for cosmetic Dermatology in various national conferences. She has also been faculty at International Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, which trains physicians in Aesthetic Medicine.
Dr Dixit features regularly in many mainstream publications. She remains a sought after speaker on various television and radio programs as well.
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