Linda Gulla started her career with CME training in Cosmetic Medicine for Family Physicians as well as numerous advanced training achievements. This advanced training jump started her career path in the medical field where her expertise met the demand of physicians. In 2004, she collaborated with family practice physicians and developed her first medical spa in Michigan. Working alongside of physicians as a medical esthetician gave her years of experience and great insight into the clinical world of cosmetic medicine.
In 2012, Linda published her first book, Dermapathology Diseases and Disorders, which was reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Eric Schweiger, Dermatologist NYC. Since then, her writings have been read and endorsed by numerous industry leaders such as Dr. Abdala Kalil, creator of the VI chemical peel as well as renowned scientists such as Dr. Lorraine Meisner, Dr. Loren Pickart, Dr. Gail Naughton, and Dr. Barbara Green, among others. Her educational content includes global contributions by Allergan Pharmaceuticals and Mertz Aesthetics as well as international laser companies known for the latest technology in cosmetic laser science.
In 2013, Linda had an opportunity to become an adjunct instructor with the National Procedures Institute, a joint venture of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. Through the National Procedures Institute, her material in Cosmetic and Anti-Aging Medicine was ACCME accredited which was shared with family practice physicians and dermatologists. That was a huge moment in her career where she realized the need for a unilateral educational platform in cosmetic medicine, bridging all levels of practitioners.
She has shared her expertise with physician-based academies that include the Aesthetic Mentor of Massachusetts and is an educational partner with the International Academy of Aesthetics, Beverly Hills, California. Through the IAA, Linda continues to offer her educational material to medical and dental practitioners worldwide.