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"To Graft or Not to Graft" - February 15-16, 2019 Event Info
Knowledge. Practical Skills. Collaboration. We know these are among the essential building blocks to move our industry and its practitioners forward.
At Osteo Science Foundation, we are expanding our research and impact by spearheading a wide variety of leading educational initiatives. Osteo Science Foundation is committed to delivering the highest standard of education for our industry, and has come to embody important new channels for collaboration, partnership, training, and professional development.
Research drives progress. That’s why Osteo Science Foundation is committed to supporting the next generation of scientists in their pursuit of high-quality research.
Our researchers are making significant strides forward. Their work strengthens our field and brings the hop of better medicine that much closer. We are proud to be their partners and to help lead the way by funding initiatives that make a true difference in regenerative medicine and professional development.
Following two years of exceptional leadership, Peter K. Moy, DMD, has completed his term as Chair of Osteo Science Foundation. Since May 2016, Dr. Moy has helped further our mission to advance hard and soft tissue regeneration with a focus on Oral and CranioMaxillofacial surgery in the United States and Canada.
For the first time, Osteo Science Foundation had the opportunity to collaborate with the New York State Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. The Annual Meeting, which was held May 19th and 20th at NYC’s Weill Cornell Medical College, brought together local Oral and CranioMaxillofacial surgeons for an informative and lively weekend.
Philip J. Boyne, DMD, MS, DSc was a world-famous oral and maxillofacial surgeon, dental implantologist, biological innovator, and bone physiologist at Loma Linda University.