2018 - 2019 SFB Board of Directors and Council

 

PRESIDENT:

Andres J. Garcia, PhD
Georgia Institute of Technology

 

PRESIDENT-ELECT:

Horst von Recum, PhD
Case Western Reserve University

 

SECRETARY/TREASURER:

Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert, PhD
The University of Texas at Austin

 

SECRETARY/TREASURER-ELECT:

Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernandez, PhD
The University of Texas at Austin

 

MEMBER-AT-LARGE:

Rebecca Carrier, PhD
Northeastern University

 

1ST PAST PRESIDENT:

David H. Kohn, PhD
University of Michigan

 

2ND PAST PRESIDENT:

Liisa T. Kuhn, PhD
University of Connecticut Health Center

 

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
REPRESENTATIVE:

Sarah E. Stabenfeldt, PhD
Arizona State University

 

 

2018 - 2019 OFFICERS AND COMITTEE CHAIRS

JBMR PART A EDITOR: 

James M. Anderson, MD, PhD
Case Western Reserve University

 

JBMR PART B EDITOR:

Jeremy L. Gilbert, PhD
Syracuse University

 

BIOMATERIALS FORUM EDITOR:

Guigen Zhang, PhD
University of Kentucky

 

WEB EDITOR:

Adam Ekenseair, PhD
Northeastern University

 

AWARDS, CEREMONIES,
AND NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE:

Thomas Webster, PhD
Northeastern University

 

BYLAWS COMMITTEE:

Benajmin G. Keselowsky, PhD
University of Florida

 

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:

Jan P. Stegemann, PhD
University of Michigan 

 

FINANCE COMMITTEE:

Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernandez, PhD
The University of Texas at Austin

 

INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE:

Peter G. Edelman, PhD
Boston Scientific

 

LIAISON COMMITTEE:

L.D. Timmie Topoleski, PhD
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE:

Anirban Sen Gupta, PhD
Case Western University

 

PRESIDENTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

David H. Kohn, PhD
University of Michigan

 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (CO-CHAIR):

Gopinath Mani, PhD
Abbott

 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (CO-CHAIR):

William Murphy, PhD
University of Wisconsin

 

 

PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE:

Sachin S. Mamidwar, MBBS, MS
Orthogen Corporation

 

WEB AND SOCIAL MEDIA TASK FORCE:

Thomas Dziubla, PhD
University of Kentucky

 

STUDENT CHAPTER PRESIDENT:

Maggie Fettis
University of Florida

SFB News

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