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The Vic Narurkar, MD Memorial Cosmetic Bootcamp Preceptorship

Supported by Allergan Medical Institute



Dr. Vic Narurkar was a co‐founder of Cosmetic Bootcamp and was dedicated to fostering future generations or Aesthetic Physicians through quality education and training. For over 15 years, he was selfless and unflagging in his mission to share his expertise though lectures and hands on training at Cosmetic Bootcamp programs. This initiative will ensure that Dr. Narurkar’s memory and passion live on and nurture the aesthetic physicians of the future.

The program will provide 2‐4 preceptorships each year. Past and present Cosmetic Bootcamp Faculty will have the opportunity to volunteer a one‐week preceptorship, and Dr. Kenneth Beer and Dr. Mary Lupo will select two to three Preceptors each year. Preceptorships will be provided in each specialty, although every specialty may not be represented each year.


  • 3rd year Residents or Fellows
  • Young doctors out of training less than two years
  • Must be in a program (or have completed a program) in one of the core aesthetic specialties of Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Ophthalmology or Otorhinolaryngology. If Ophthalmology or Otorhinolaryngology, the candidate must be entered into/applying for a Fellowship or seeking Board Certification in Oculoplastic or Facial Plastic Surgery. 

Application consists of submission by the applicant of:

  1. Cover letter outlining why they wish to be considered for this preceptorship, what they hope to gain from the experience, and why aesthetic medicine is their chosen field
  2. Letter of reference from program director or supervisor
  3. Curriculum Vitae


  • One week of training in the office of one of Cosmetic Bootcamp’s selected Preceptors.
  • The content of the training is at the discretion of the preceptor, and will include training in toxins and fillers
  • Roundtrip travel to the site of the preceptorship
  • Modest accommodations near the site
  • Modest stipend to cover food and expenses during the week
  • Complimentary registration and a stipend for expenses to the CBC Summer meeting that year.
  • Presentation of award at the meeting
  • Opportunity to speak for 5 minutes about their experience


  • The recipient(s) will be required to write an essay at the end of their preceptorship week, describing what the experience meant to them and what they hope to carry forward. The essays will be posted on the CBC website. 
  • The recipient(s) will be required to post on social media about their experience, during their preceptorship; minimum of 5 posts with provided hashtags.

Application consists of:

  • Cover letter outlining why you wish to be considered for this preceptorship, what you hope to gain from the experience, and why aesthetic medicine is your chosen field
  • Letter of reference from program director or supervisor
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Completed application form

Send completed application form and supporting documentation to:


FAX: 1‐866‐306‐5210 / Attn: Jane Fox

*Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis by committee, every 2 months. Once the spots are filled, they will not be reopened until the following year.

*Awards will be announced on our website, and you will be notified via email if selected.

All documentation MUST be submitted together. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact Jane Fox: or call 781‐793‐0088.