Dr. Pribitkin has lectured and published widely on many topics in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery. He is the originator of the “Sonic Rhinoplasty,” a revolutionary technique which uses ultrasonic waves rather than chisels and rasps to precisely sculpt the nasal bones.He is a expert on the applications of extracellular matrices in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and has spoken nationally and internationally on the repair of Nasal Septal Perforations using these biomaterials. Dr, Pribitkin introduced BoTox therapy to Philadelphia in 1991 and has published on "Patient selection in the treatment of glabellar wrinkles with Botulinum Toxin Type A injection." He was a pioneer in laser skin resurfacing and taught a course entitled "Carbon Dioxide Laser Skin Resurfacing: Achieving consistently superior results" at the AAO-H&NS annual meeting. In addition to his work in rhinoplasty, Dr. Pribitkin’s interests lie in the development of endoscopic techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck cancer and in the refinement of techniques for minimally invasive video-assisted thyroid surgery [MIVAT]. Dr. Pribitkin also continues to work on promoting awareness of alternative and complementary medicines in otolaryngology and on smell and taste research. Dr. Pribitkin was recently awarded the Dean's Citation for significant contributions to the advancement of education at Thomas Jefferson University. A “Philadelphia Magazine Top Doc, “ Dr Pribitkin was awarded the First Dean’s Citation: Outstanding Clinician Award at Thomas Jefferson University in 2010. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications and given over 250 talks.