Dr. Scherer, plastic surgeon in Lausanne

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Medical training and research

Dr. Scherer received her medical degree from the University of Leipzig in Germany. Dr. Scherer also spent several years studying in South Korea, the USA and Hungary.

She completed several training courses in Switzerland and abroad, specializing in aesthetic surgery and peripheral nerve surgery.

In South Korea, she trained in reconstructive surgery for children and Asian facial aesthetics.

Dr. Scherer

After obtaining her medical degree, Dr. Scherer dedicated two years to research in Tissue Engineering and Wound Healing at the Brigham and Women's Hospital Research Center and Harvard University. This work was carried out under the supervision of Professor Dennis Orgill, Harvard Professor of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Scherer obtained her doctorate in medicine from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, thanks to research into wound healing using the V.A.C. (Vacuum Assisted Closure Device) system. This work has been the subject of several scientific publications and international academic awards.

Plastic surgery training

Dr. Scherer specialized in plastic surgery at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) and at the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG) and Lausanne (CHUV). For two years, Dr. Scherer was Head of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery at the University Hospitals of Lausanne (CHUV).

Following her training, to further her specialization and knowledge, Dr. Scherer visited a number of medical experts. Scherer visited a number of internationally renowned experts in the fields of aesthetic surgery, migraine and peripheral nerve surgery.


Dr. Scherer has published dozens of articles and book chapters on plastic surgery. In particular, she has written a chapter in the reference book on plastic surgery (“Plastic Surgery” 3rd edition, 2013 BMA Medical Book Awards 1st Prize Award Winner in Surgical Specialties).

International academic recognition

She has received several national and international awards for her clinical research, including the prestigious Young Investigator Award from the American Wound Healing Society, the Prix Ferdinand Tissot from the University of Geneva (awarded to the doctoral thesis with the greatest clinical interest) and the Prix Felix Largiader from the Swiss Society of Surgery (awarded to the best presentation).

National academic recognition

Her passion for teaching led her to be appointed Privat Docent at the University of Lausanne in 2013. Since 2019, she has been a visiting professor at the University of Padua (Italy), where she teaches aesthetic surgery, peripheral nerve surgery and migraines.


She has also developed a platform to teach surgical anatomy and the issues involved in successful facial aesthetic surgery and injections in aesthetic medicine.

She teaches at continuing education courses (CME) held annually around the world. Her lectures cover anatomy and best practices in peripheral nerve and migraine surgery. Dr. Scherer is one of the leading opinion leaders in the field of plastic surgery. For this reason, she is often interviewed in various media (newspapers, magazines, television and radio) and invited to leading plastic surgery centers to present her work.


Dr. Scherer’s certifications include the American Medical Boards (USMLE), the European Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (EBOPRAS) and the Swiss board of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery (FMH).

Volunteer work

For the past ten years, Dr. Scherer has organized and participated in a number of volunteer events. Dr. Scherer has organized and participated in plastic surgery missions in Uzbekistan. Together with the plastic surgery team at Yonsei University in Seoul, she operates and trains local doctors in pediatric facial reconstructive plastic surgery techniques.

Professional societies

Dr. Scherer is a member of the American peripheral nerve society (ASPN), German Society of plastic and aesthetic surgery (DGPRAG) and the European board of plastic and reconstructive surgery (EBOPRAS).


German (mother tongue), French, English, Italian and Korean

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