Brought up in Texas, Dr. Jennifer Walden is a plastic surgeon, one of the few women in that profession. The (ASAPS) American Board of Plastic Surgery certified surgeon focuses mainly on breast augmentation, nose jobs, face lift and eyelid lifts. She also performs suctions around abdomen areas, thighs and even on the arms. She has eight years of experience in this field of work. Before she moved her practice to Austin, Texas, she worked in New York at the Manhattan Ear, Nose and throat hospital. She started her work there as a fellow, learning and getting mentored by great experts in aesthetic plastic surgery. During this time, she acquired some tactics and techniques for cosmetic surgery. She then acted as a program director at the Hospital.
While in New York, she worked at Langone, A New York based medical center as a clinical instructor of plastic surgery. She also had her private practice. The Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center based in New York. She moved her practice from New York to Austin Texas for family reasons. Walden is a member of several American plastic surgery associations. ASAPS being one of them and the other, among others, is the America College of Surgeons. She is also part of the board of ASAPS.
Having been raised in Texas, Walden had most of her education around the area. She had her first degree from Texan University, based in Austin. Dr Jennifer Walden Reviews graduated with Bachelor in Arts Biology. She progressed with her studies and earned Medical Doctorate highest honors Salutatorian in Texas. This was presented to her by Honor Medical Society. From there she started her externship; she joined the Miami plastic surgery association.
The experienced surgeon for cosmetic operations has received numerous awards to show for her magnificent achievements. She received an award from Kelsey-Seybold Foundation (Houston), an Excellence in Medicine Award which included a scholarship. She also earned the Glasgow Memorial Award that was presented to her by the American association for women in medicine in 1998. She also gained an award for the best scientific display, to name just but a few.