The Scientific and Clinical Review Committee (SCRC) reviews and evaluates all research proposals and applications received by the Foundation. The SCRC is instrumental in guiding the Foundation’s pursuit of high quality research, and for that reason, it’s comprised of a highly accomplished team of researchers, scientists, and specialists in Oral and CranioMaxillofacial Surgery.
From training and professional development to collaboration and educational events, Osteo Science Foundation’s Education Committee is committed to delivering the highest standards to move our industry forward.
The Education Committee plans and executes educational events for the Foundation. Its goal is to create relevant programs for OMFS clinicians that teach current and innovative techniques in tissue regeneration. This team’s work is central to Osteo Science Foundation’s mission as it continues to expand its reach and impact by spearheading a wide variety of leading educational initiatives.
Always looking to the future while recognizing the achievements who have enabled our growth, the Vanguard Committee was launched in 2019 to involve newer surgeons in the strategy and planning of Osteo Science Foundation programs. This committee supports the activities and initiatives of the Education Committee and the Scientific and Clinical Review Committees. Members are clinicians who are no more than ten years post-residency.