Cadaver Lab on Facial Anatomy and Complication Managment & Gala

Cadaver Lab on Facial Anatomy and Complication Managment & Gala


Audrey Rose Institute is proud to host another educational weekend featuring both our third annual black-tie Educational Dinner and Gala and our second annual Cadaver Lab on Facial Anatomy and Complication Management. If you are an aesthetic provider looking to grow in the industry, taking a Cadaver course will propel your skills and open the door for you to perform more advanced techniques and treatments. This course will increase injector clinical skill set, confidence, and reduce your practice complications. 

The course is led by Dr. Kolenda, a board-certified plastic surgeon Jack Kolenda, M.D., FRCS (C)  Otolaryngologist - Head and Neck Surgeon, practicing in Facial Plastic Surgery and Assistant Professor, University of Toronto. Upon completion you will look at facial anatomy in a way you never had before and then be able to apply your new knowledge during the application of neurotoxin and dermal filler injections. 

Practitioners of aesthetic medicine can reduce the risks of developing unwanted complications by strengthening their anatomy knowledge through cadaver labs. Our course is designed to be filled with comprehensive review of anatomy, workshops on cadavers, education on danger zones and complications. We welcome all levels of injectors to come join: whether you are looking for a refresher on your skills or a newer provider looking to create a strong knowledge base.


Our goal is to have all of our participants leave feeling a significant advancement with their education and to feel safer injecting.


Included in the price is our third Annual Awards gala which will be hosted the night before at Encore Boston Harbor.

A small number of rooms have been reserved at the Encore for our guests at a reduced rate. Call encore to book before August 2nd.


Annual Gala October 2nd Saturday night from 6 pm -10 pm 
Cadaver Lab October 3rd Sunday 9 am – 5 pm 
Location: Boston Encore Harbor 


  • October 2nd & 3rd