G. Gregory Gallico III

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Dr. G. Gregory Gallico III is a "Plastic Surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and a member of the Faculty at the Harvard Medical School."[1]

  • "A cosmetic surgery specialist. He completed eight years of training after medical school in surgery and plastic surgery at the MGH and Oxford University, England."
  • "Founder of the MGH Cosmetic Surgery Center and Director of Cosmetic Surgery of Boston. He is the Past-President of the Massachusetts Society of Plastic Surgeons."
  • "A fully trained artist with an emphasis on the graphic arts. Plastic Surgery requires an artistic eye and a sculptural hand. His resume includes the Yale School of Art and Architecture, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Massachusetts College of Art. His work has been exhibited locally and nationally. He was acknowledged in 1996 as one of the 100 Best Photographers by the Ernst. His work on Computer Graphics and Computer simulation has been featured in Boston Magazine."

Dr. Gallico was also a classmate at Yale University and fellow member of Skull and Bones' Class of 1968 with President George W. Bush.