Past President of
The Trichological Society 2008-2010
Sally-Ann Tarver was delighted to stand as president of
The Trichological Society 2008-2010. A Licentiate of the
Society since 2000 and also a member of the Governing
Council. It was a particular honour to stand as President
at a time of the Society’s 10th anniversary celebration.
Marked with a banquet held at the Palace of Westminster
dining hall, this rather surreal once in a lifetime opportunity
was hosted by Mr Lee Scott MP and attended by Politicians,
Surgeons, Doctors, Lawyers and Trichologists who had played
a part in the Society’s advancement over the last
Attended by members, students and their
families, this annual event is held in high regard as a celebration
of the Society's development and achievement. Dr's
Akshay & Ushma Batra , flew from
India to attend the day and also to assist in TTS examinations.
Dr Akshay Batra is Vice President of The Society and our special
representative for India.
An address and resume of The Society's achievements for the last year was given by TTS President Ms Sally-Ann Tarver. Mr John Harwood, past President and Governing Council member followed with an acknowledgement by name of new members and South Korean Graduates. Diplomas were presented by the President to The Society's graduate Trichologists, Ms Fiona Chadwick (UK) and Dr Talat Salim. Dr Salim flew from India for her final examination and to collect her diploma. Both were delighted to have passed their examinations following Dr Batra's hour long gruelling Viva Voce examination.
Mr Lee Scott MP was bestowed an Honorary Membership
which will be presented during the 10 th Anniversary dinner
in September at the Palace of Westminster. Mr
one of the UK's longest practising Trichologists gave
a rather amusing address about his lengthy experiences as
a Trichologist and on the history of Trichology.
|Fellowships were awarded
Edward Stevens and Dr
Richard Rogers for their outstanding
dedication to The Trichological Society and hair sciences.
Dr Rogers proceeded to give an address on developments
in hair transplant surgery and the inauguration of the
British & Irish Hair Transplant Society in association
with the Trichological Society.
Sally-Ann Tarver presents Fellowship to Dr Rogers
|Dr Rogers announced plans to create a new hair transplant society, recognising the importance of teamwork, to achieve the very best results for hair transplant patients.
The Trichological Society
Orthodox Hair Sciences & Hair Specialisms Worldwide
In September 1999, The Trichological Society was founded by an eclectic group of professionals with an interest in hair science, including Trichologists, Lawyers, Surgeons Chemists, Pharmacists, Medical Practitioners and Academics.
- To represent hair scientists of the highest calibre worldwide.
- The advancement in hair science education - unparalleled by any other organisational body.
The Society lists many of the world's reputable high profile professionals and scientists with a specialist interest in scalp and hair in health, disease and distress. Since 1999 it has attracted students worldwide, largely individuals already possessing higher degrees or PhD's. As the years pass there has been a steady progression of involvement with academic institutions worldwide, who perceive TTS as the most inspiring and academically superior body in the hair-sciences discipline. Countries inviting TTS involvement in building and educational faculty in pure-trichology include South Korea, India and Australia.
The Trichological Society is a fully independent professional body. It neither receives nor seeks corporate sponsorships and is a 'not for profit organisation' It is run by its elected Govening Council who meet frequently to discuss organisational matters in a democratic way - all of whom work unpaid by choice for the advancement of the Society and in representation of its members.
The Society's website, www.hairscientists.org
has been described as an 'Information Portal'
due to its size and academic content. This Portal contains
articles of general interest and research papers on all kinds
of hair and scalp abnormalities. If you are looking for specific
hair or scalp related information, a visit to this site is
College of Trichology
The world’s leading distance learning course
in pure Trichology
The Trichological Society’s Trichology
course has been in existence for over 10 years (now known
as the College of Trichology) and is synonymous with academic
excellence in educating prospective Trichologists. This Open
University style Trichology course has syllabus options for
those with or without a pre-existing medical degree. A three
year Trichology course syllabus for those with no medical
qualifications and a two year course for those who have an
existing medical degree.
The Trichology course is available to English
speaking students worldwide at the London office. Korean speaking
students may study using The Trichological Society’s
course through the Korean Scalp Hair Institute, resulting
in a Trichological Society diploma. A similar Trichology course
structure is planned to commence in Mumbai, India.
The Society expects extremely high standards
of their students and seek quality not quantity. This is not
an organisation interested in qualifying large numbers of
students quickly for financial gain. For the full detailed
prospectus of The College of Trichology’s course including
subjects studied, requirements and cost please visit www.hairscientists.org