Robert L. Cucin, M.D., J.D., F.A.C.S.
40 Central Park South
New York, N.Y. 10019
Telephone: (212) 586-9500

A physician licensed in N.Y., N.J., D.C. Mass, Va. and Cal. · Board-certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery and legal medicine.
· Member of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and N.Y. Regional Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.
· Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, the Royal Society Medicine, and the International College of Surgeons.
· Clinical Instructor in Plastic surgery at Cornell University Medical College.
A lawyer admitted to the N.Y., N.J. and D.C. Bars. · Member of the American Trial Lawyers Association.
· Fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine.
· Member N.Y.S., D.C., N.J., and American Bar Associations.
· Member of N.Y.C. and  N.Y. County Lawyer’s Associations.
A multi-disciplined professional who has made contributions in the fields of both medicine and law. · Vice Regent of the International College of Surgeons.
· Alternate Delegate to the House of Delegates of the Medical Society of the State of New York.
· Consultant to the Office of Professional Medical Conduct of the New York County Medical Society.
· Member of the Grievance Subcommittee of Peer Review of the Medical Society of the County of New York.
· 24 article and book chapter contributions to the medical literature, 3 published books on medicine and law.
· Member of the Committee on Mental Health, N.Y. County Lawyer's Association.
· Member of the Committee on International Law, N.Y. State Bar Association.
Leadership experience which has extended outside of both his professions, the military, and into the world of business.

Working knowledge of French and computers. Member of American Mensa. Single. Excellent health. Fitness buff.


EDUCATION
B.A. magna cum laude in Chemistry and with distinction all subjects, Cornell University, 1967.
M.D. Cornell University Medical College, 1971.
J.D. Fordham Law School, 1985.
M.B.A. Columbia Business School, 2003.
Surgical Internship, The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, 1971-1972.
General Surgical Residency, The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, 1972-1976.
Plastic Surgical Residency, The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, 1977-1979.

EXPERIENCE
 
PRIVATE PRACTICE IN PLASTIC & RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, New York, N.Y.  
    Solo practice  
 
1979 - present
ROCIN FOUNDATION FOR PLASTIC SURGICAL RESEARCH, New York, N.Y.  
    Director  
Founded to carry out breast reconstruction research; set up Cryopreserved Nipple Protocol and chaired the Nipple Transplantation Team at The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center.  
 
1979 - present
ROCIN LABORATORIES, INC., New York, N.Y.  
    Director    
Set up to develop and, license surgical devices, develop and market skin care products. 29 formulations, 5 allowed patents and 6 pending patent applications.  
 
1979 - present
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PLASTIC SURGERY, New York, N.Y.  
    Director  
Set up a plastic surgical ambulatory and stay-over facility accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgical Facilities from which it received the highest rating.   
 
1985 - 1992
ESQUIRE CADILLAC LIMOUSINE SERVICE, INC., New York, N.Y.   
    President  
Assumed management of family business,and enlarged it from 15 to 35 limousines, ultimately selling out to Carey Limousine. Clients included John and Yoko Lennon, Randolph Hearst, Richard Nixon, Walter Bearsdley, David Merrick, Joan Sutherland,and Charles Lachman.   
  
1977 - 1991 
MISAWA AIR FORCE BASE, Misawa, Japan   
    Chief of Surgery, Major, U.S.A.F. 
1976 – 1977