As an undergraduate, Dr. Aimé attended Arizona State University (ASU) where she studied Biomedical Engineering and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She then went on to complete a Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering also from ASU.
Dr. Aimé then attended medical school at the University of Arizona (U of A) College of Medicine in downtown Phoenix. It was during her time in medical school that she became truly fascinated with plastic surgery and was fortunate to match into her #1 choice for residency at the prestigious Mayo Clinic Hospital Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency program in Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Aimé had the distinguished honor of being the first applicant accepted into this program. Prior to this, the program was available only as an ‘independent track’ for applicants that had completed their general surgery residency as a prerequisite. Each class accepted only one plastic surgery trainee per year.
Dr. Aimé completed six years of plastic surgery residency with extensive training in in all aspects of the field including general reconstruction, microsurgery, craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, peripheral nerve surgery and aesthetic surgery. During this time, she developed a passion for aesthetic plastic surgery and chose to focus her career on this.
Following residency, she pursued additional specialized fellowship training in aesthetic plastic surgery in Texas where she gained focused experience with aesthetic surgical and non-surgical procedures under the direction of renowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Luis Rios.
Dr. Aimé maintains active memberships in a number of professional associations and societies. She is an advocate for physician unity, patient safety and education, research and innovation and mentorship of the next generation of physicians.