Clinical Research Fastrack

Louis Silberman

Louis J. Silberman, the Co-founder and Board Chairman of Clinical Research Fastrack, is known for pioneering the medical aesthetics training industry over a decade ago with his vision to create National Laser Institute. National Laser Institute trains physicians, nurses, aestheticians, and career-changers in cosmetic lasers, cosmetic injections and anti-aging treatments. Silberman was the first to market reinventing the medical aesthetics education space with short intensive programs. He grew National Laser Institute to be nationwide, providing training in Scottsdale, Dallas, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, Las Vegas, Nashville, San Francisco, Beverly Hills and Newport Beach. Silberman partners with Allergan (AGN on the NYSE) and works closely with many publicly held laser companies who support National Laser Institute’s training programs. As the industry for medical aesthetic training has grown with hundreds of competing programs, National Laser Institute is now held as the gold standard in the industry for quality and excellence, and attendees fly in from across the globe to receive training at National Laser Institute. National Laser Institute also operates medspas within its educational facilities. This national training institute sees up to 3,000 clients per month. Louis Silberman was also a semi-finalist for the 2014 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (prior award recipients include the founders of Google, Starbucks, Southwest Airlines, Dell, and Amazon). He is also known for starting, a women’s health and beauty retailer. Louis is a published author and nationally recognized medical aesthetics training expert, and a contributing editor for some of the country’s largest skin publications, including Skin Inc., Dermascope and Les Nouvelle. He is both an industry and motivational speaker at large venues nationwide. Louis has been written about in many publications including Entrepreneur Magazine, Business 99, The Business Journal, Internet Retailer, Woman’s World, E-merging Business, The Arizona Republic, Skin Inc., and Fortune Small Business.