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University of California San Francisco CURRICULUM VITAE

Prepared: 03/03/09

Name: Position:

Mehran Hossaini-Zadeh Health Sciences Assistant Clinical Professor, Step IV Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery School of Dentistry Room C522, Box 0440 University of California San Francisco San Francisco, CA 94143-0440 Voice: 415-476-6368 FAX: 415-476-6305 Email: [email protected]

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EDUCATION:

1984-87 1987-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-98 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Oregon Health Sciences U., Portland, OR St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, CT St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT Brooklyn Hospital Center Brooklyn Hospital Center Pre-dentistry D.M.D. GPR, PGY-I Dentistry GPR, PGY-2 Dentistry Intern, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Resident, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

LICENSES, CERTIFICATION:

1997 1998 1998 2004 2005 2000 Dental Licensure, New York 047007 (inactive) Dental Licensure, Pennsylvania DS030545R (inactive) General Anesthesia Permit, Pennsylvania DS030545A (inactive) Dental Licensure, California 53369 General Anesthesia Permit, California GA1353 Certification by American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

PRINCIPAL POSITIONS HELD:

1998-2000 2000-2001 2001-2005 MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine Philadelphia, PA MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine Philadelphia, PA Dr. Michael D. Ryan, P.C. Upland, PA Clinical Instructor Assistant Professor Private Practice OMFS OMFS OMFS

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2005-now 2005-now 2007-now

University of California San Francisco San Francisco, CA Moffitt Hospital, UCSF San Francisco General Hospital San Francisco, CA

HS Assistant Clinical Professor Attending Surgeon Attending Surgeon

OMFS OMFS OMFS

OTHER POSITIONS HELD CONCURRENTLY: 2000-2001 2006-now MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine UCSF, Orofacial and Implant Center Director, OMFS Residency Program Director

HONORS AND AWARDS:

1998 2003 1998 Resident Honor Day Award Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County Professional Award

KEYWORDS/AREAS OF INTEREST:

Facial trauma, facial reconstruction, oral pathology, office base anesthesia, dentoalveolar surgery.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Clinical: · · · · · Director of the UCSF Orofacial and Dental Implant Center; responsible for supervision and coordination of daily activities and patient care within the center. Supervision and coordination of the clinical activities of the pre-doctoral students during their oral surgery rotation. Supervision and coordination of the clinical activities of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residents during their rotation at the UCSF Orofacial and Dental Implant Center. Attending surgeon for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery service supervising residents and providing comprehensive elective and emergent care for surgical procedures at Moffitt-Long Hospital. Attending surgeon and a full time participant in the intramural faculty practice at UCSF Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

SUMMARY OF CLINICAL ACTIVITIES Four and a half days per week are dedicated to my clinical activities: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Resident Clinic: For two half day sessions per week, I directly supervise one OMFS resident in performing various out patient surgical procedures. Intramural Faculty Practice: I maintain a busy faculty practice and one OMFS chief resident assists or renders care to my patients under my direct supervision. For one day per week, one OMFS senior resident or postdoctoral fellow rotates through our surgery center and performs his/her duties under my

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supervision. Predoctoral Clinic: In the course of my work week and in conjunction with our volunteer and part-time faculty, I supervise the activities of the pre-doctoral students during their oral surgery rotation. This includes direct supervision of patient care, informal lectures, and case discussions. On at least two afternoon sessions per week I debrief the students on their patient care during informal presentations and case reviews. Orofacial and UCSF Dental Implant Centers: As the center's director I supervise the activities of the clinical and administrative staff throughout my week. One half day per week is dedicated to administrative duties related to my role as the director of Orofacial and Dental Implant Centers. Moffitt-Long Hospital: As an attending surgeon, in addition to elective inpatient admissions and procedures, I carry on-call duties for emergency admissions and inhouse consultations for the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

PROFESSIONAL ORANIZATIONS:

Memberships: 1998-2005 1998-2005 1994-now 2000-now 2001-2005 2005-now Pennsylvania Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Delaware Valley Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

Service to professional organizations: 2002-2005 2004-2005 2004-2005 2006-now 2006-now 2006-now 2009 2009-now Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County, Board Member Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County, Committee on Bioterrorism Pennsylvania Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Office Anesthesia Examiner California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Anesthesia Committee California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Ethics Committee California Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Office Anesthesia Examiner Dental Board of California, Dental Sedation Assistant Exam, Item writing workshop American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Com. on Continuing Education and Professional Development.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL: 5/2007 2/2009 "The role of Maxillofacial Reconstruction in humanitarian missions" 15th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Amsterdam, Netherlands "Management of Frontal Sinus Fractures" 5th International Congress, Iranian Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Tehran, Iran.

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2/2009

"Implant Site Preparation" 5th International Congress, Iranian Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Tehran, Iran.

REGIONAL AND OTHER INVITED PRESENTATIONS 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 "Nutritional Management of Surgical Patient", Oregon Health Sciences University, School of Dentistry "Medical Emergencies" Presentation to the UCSF Advanced Endodontic Study Club "Pain that Mimic Dental Pain" Presentation to the UCSF Advanced Endodontic Study Club "Dental Implications of Bisphosphonate Therapy" CDE course for members of the Santa Clara County Dental Society "Dental Implications of Bisphosphonate Therapy" CDE course for the UCSF PRDS faculty "Teaching the Duties for Registered Surgery Assistants" California Dental Assistants Teachers Association, San Jose, CA "Dental Implications of Bisphosphonate Therapy" Keynote speaker Residents' Research Forum, UCSF department of Periodontolgy "Managing Medically Compromised Patients" CDE course, UCSF School of dentistry "Use of Pump for Administration of Propofol" 89th AAOMA Annual Scientific Session, Honolulu, Hawaii "Bisphosphonate Induced Osteonecrosis of the Jaw" 14th Annual Island Dental Colloquium, Maui, Hawaii "Managing Medically Compromised Patients in the Dental Office" 14th Annual Island Dental Colloquium, Maui, Hawaii "Update on Antibiotic Prophylaxis" Presentation to the UCSF Advanced Endodontic Study Club "Differential Diagnosis of Bony Lesions" Presentation to the UCSF Advanced Endodontic Study Club "A Review of Decision Making Process for Implant Site Preparation" Delta Dental Lecture Series, UCSF School of Dentistry "Pharmacology of Sedative and Emergency Medications" CDE Course, UCSF School of Dentistry "Dental Implications of Pharmaceutical Agents" CDE Course, Contra Costa County Dental Society "Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies in Your Dental Practice" CDE Course, UCSF School of Dentistry "Curriculum Development for Dental Sedation Assistant Permit" California Association of Dental Assisting Teachers "An Update on Bisphosphonate Therapy" CDE course for members of the Santa Clara County Dental Society

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CME COURSES ATTENDED: 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 "Duties in Pennsylvania: a closer look at the duty to warn" 9th Annual adult and pediatric trauma symposium 85th Annual AAOMS Scientific Session AAOMS Annual Dental Implant Conference AAOMS Annual Dental Implant Conference Pathways to Research: A Day of Discovery San Francisco Dental Society, "Employment Law" CALAOMS Residents' Night Presentation San Francisco Dental Society, "Mini Implants" 88th Annual AAOMS Scientific Session AAOMS Annual Dental Implant Conference CALAOMS GA/CS Evaluator Calibration Course CALAOMS Residents' Night Presentation AAOMS Annual Dental Implant Conference Pathways to Research Exploration and Innovation Anesthesia Update for the OMS CALAOMS Residents' Night Presentation UCSF 15th International OMFS Symposium 89th Annual AAOMS Scientific Session Anesthesia Update for the OMS 90th Annual AAOMS Scientific Session AAOMS Annual Dental Implant Conference

PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

1999-2001 1999-2001 2004-2005 Member of Graduate Medical Education Committee, MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine Member of Operating Room Committee, MCP University Hospital Member of Medical Staff Credential Committee, Crozer-Chester Medical Center

UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE

UCSF CAMPUS-WIDE 2007-now 2007 2009-now 2009-now Education Systems Advisory Committee Search Committee, UCSF Simulation Center Kanbar Center Curriculum Planning Committee, Co-chair Academic Senate, Clinical Affairs Committee

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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 2006 2006 2007-now 2007-2009 2007 2007-now 2007-now 2009-now 2009-now 2009-now 2009-now 2009 Academic Planning and Budgeting Committee Scholarship Committee Clinic Rotations Committee Anesthesia/Sedation Oversight Committee Search Committee, Division of Periodontology Student Implant Program Committee Member of the planning team for the Library Simulation Center School of Dentistry faculty council Implant Continuing Quality Improvement Committee, Chair Implant Curriculum Development Committee, Chair Anesthesia/Sedation Oversight Committee, Chair Search Committee, Department of PRDS

PUBLIC SERVICE 2005 ­ now Medecins Sans Frontiers/Doctors without borders, volunteer Maxillofacial Surgeon: Mission to Jordan for treatment of Iraqi patients suffering from extensive maxillofacial injuries.

SUMMARY OF SERVICE ACTIVITIES As the director of the Orofacial and Dental Implant Center I have participated in quality control studies, pediatric anesthesia task force, and a number of formal and informal forums to improve the quality of the patient care and the educational process. I participate in the planning and implementation of clinical rotations for the third and fourth year dental students. I have been recruited to serve on the Academic Planning and Budgeting Committee at the School of Dentistry. In 2009 I have been asked to chair the SOD Anesthesia/Sedation Oversight Committee, develop continuing quality improvement protocols for the pre-doctoral implant program, and develop a multidisciplinary implant curriculum. Also in 2009 I have been asked to be a member of AAOMS Committee on Continuing Education and Professional Development which is in charge of developing all continuing education materials provided by AAOMS for all its members. TEACHING and MENTORING FORMAL SCHEDULED CLASSES FOR UCSF STUDENTS: Qtr W W W Academic Yr 2005-06 2005-06 2006-2007 Courses No. & Title Teaching Contribution Lecturer Lecturer Lectures Class Size 1 104 1 104 1 104

PCC 136.03: Prescription Writing PCC 136.03: Bisphosphonates: Friend or Foe PCC 133: Prevention and Management Lecturer of Osteonecrosis of the Jaws

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PCC 133: Prescription Writing PCC 131-134: Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies, Part I PCC 131-134: Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies, Part II IDS 182: Surgical Treatment Planning IDS 182: Reconstruction of Irradiated Patient PCC 131-134: Diagnosis and Management of Impacted Teeth PCC 131-134: Prevention and Management of Osteonecrosis of the Jaws PCC 131-134: Prescription Writing PCC 131-134: Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies, Part I PCC 131-134: Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies, Part II IDS 182: Surgical Treatment Planning PCC 146: Implant Treatment Algorithm

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INFORMAL TEACHING: Qtr F,W All All All Academic Yr 2005-06 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 Courses No. & Title PCC 109: OMFS Clinical Rotation PCC 109: OMFS Clinical Rotation PCC 109: OMFS Clinical Rotation PCC 109: OMFS Clinical Rotation Teaching Contribution Group Discussion Leader Group Discussion Leader Group Discussion Leader Group Discussion Leader Class Size 6 6-8 6-8 8

PREDOCTORAL STUDENTS SUPERVISED OR MENTORED: Dates 2006 2007-08 Name Tony Li Program or School Dental Student II Role Supervised research Supervised Research Current Position Dental Student, UCSF Dental Student, UCSF

Christina Orchanian Dental Student IV

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2008

Todd Fairbanks

Dental Student III

Supervised Research

Dental Student, UCSF

SUMMARY OF TEACHING HOURS: 2006-2007 205 hours of teaching Formal Class or Course Teaching Hours: Informal Teaching Hours: 217 hours of teaching Formal Class or Course Teaching Hours: Informal Teaching Hours: 225 Total anticipated hours of teaching:

3 hours 202 hours 5 hours 212 hours

2007-2008

2008-2009

TEACHING NARRATIVE: I had a limited number of formal classroom lectures, since I started my tenure at the UCSF. However, I have been active in small group and informal teaching sessions with the third and fourth year dental students during their clinical rotation. The numbers of formal classroom lectures and my participation in other courses have increased in the past two years and are anticipated to increase even more for the upcoming academic year. I am currently in the process of revamping the format of my lectures and other courses in our department to include e-learning and simulation technology. By the end of the current academic year, I hope to complete an OMFS course curriculum based primarily on simulation technology and web-based learning. My proposal for an educational grant to support this effort was not funded; however, I plan to reapply for the upcoming grant cycle.

RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES:

1990-1991 1997-1998 1999 "Modified use of Gates Glidden Drill, An in-vitro study" "Clinical trial of autogenic marrow with cadaveric bone graft" "The use of stereolithographic models in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, a clinical feasibility study utilizing Clear View Modeling System" Poster was presented at the International College of OMFS annual session, in Florida. "Incidence of sqamous cell carcinoma in Graft vs. Host Disease" Poster was presented at the AAOMS annual scientific meeting in San Francisco, CA. "Implant Stability Study" PI; Study approved by CHR and Straumann Implant Company for Funding. "Implant Success in HIV positive patients" Co-PI; Study approved by CHR and pending for grant application. "Review of Bisphosphonate Induced Osteonecrosis at UCSF" Co-PI; Study approved by CHR. "Incidence of Medical Emergencies in Dental Offices." PI; Study Approved by CHR

2000 2006 2006 2006 2007

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PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS:

1. Mounce RE, Hossaini M, Zetab H: Modified uses of the Gates Glidden drill. An in-vitro study. J Oreg Dent Assoc 61:34-6, 1991. 2. Tadakatsu Kasai, M. Anthony Pogrel, Mehran Hossaini: The Prognosis for Dental Implants Placed in Patients Taking Oral Bisphosphonates. CDA Journal, Vol 37: 39-42, 2009.

TEXTBOOKS, CHAPTERS, AND OTHER INVITED ARTICLES 1. Chionchio F, Hossaini M: The use of lasers in treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions. J Oral Maxillofac Surg Clin N Am 10:141-155, 1998.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS 1. Hossaini M: Another view. J Am Dent Assoc 133:20, 22, 2002.

SUMMARY OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Although research activity is not mandatory in the clinical series, I have been involved in a number of projects and activities. I am a member of the research team, as the primary or co-investigator, for three projects submitted to the Committee on Human Research. Two of these studies have received CHR approval. Additionally, I have been accepted in the Advanced Training in Clinical Research program for the academic year 2006-07. For the upcoming academic year I plan to propose two studies on facial reconstruction and collaborative simulation based learning environment. My continued goal is to increase my participation and effectiveness in the clinical research activities within my department and the university.

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