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Professor Jeffrey J. Moses D.D.S., F.I.C.D., F.A.D.I., F.A.C.D., F.A.A.C.S. Resume-Summary C.V. 1952 Born: Tokyo, Japan, (USA Naturalized Citizen) University/Fellowships/Residency/Military Service 1970-74 College: University of California San Diego Graduated Cum Laude: Dual Major; Biomedical Engineering & Biology, Dual Minor; Sociology & Psychology 1974-77 Dental School: University of the Pacific Dental School on Naval Scholarship Award Graduated Cum Laude: Received Numerous National Academic Honors 1977-80 U.S. Naval Dental Corp: Achieved Rank; Lieutenant- Commander 1980-81 Anesthesiology Fellowship: John Peter-Smith Hospital, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas: 1981-84 Oral/Maxillofacial Residency: Univ. of Texas HSC Parkland Memorial Hospital 1987-pres Pacific Clinical Research Foundation (Founder and President) Board Certifications/Fellowship Status Board Certified Amer. Society Dental Anesthesiology Board Certified Amer. Acad. Pain Management Board Certified Amer. Board Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery Life Member, Amer. Assoc. Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeons Emeritus Lifetime-Fellow, Amer. Academy Cosmetic Surgeons Life Member, Amer. Cleft/Craniofacial Association Hon. Member, Amer. Academy CranioMaxillofacial Surgeons Fellow, American College of Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeons Fellow, Life Member, American College of Dentistry Fellow, Life Member, International College of Dentistry Life-Fellow, Pierre Fauchard Academy Life Member, Academy Dentistry International Life Member, California Dental Association Academic Appointments: Appointed 2001 Professor, Loma Linda University Appointed 1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor, UCLA Dental School Publications Has lectured hundreds of Presentations, and had 15 book chapters and over 68 Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications and Abstracts published: Most Current Publication; Moses, JJ: “Management of Facial Clefts: International Missions, pp 203-220, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics of North America, Smith K.S., May 2016 Philanthropy: • President and Founder, Smiles International Foundation • Past President and Co-founder, Rotary Thousand Smiles Foundation • Past President, Rotary Club of Carlsbad, California • Past Chairman of International Service, Rotary Club of Carlsbad, CA Summation: By establishing and leading hundreds of surgical mission projects since 1985, which establish sustainable longitudinal team-treatment centers in foreign locations, thousands of children have benefitted from free charitable surgical corrections of their Dento- Cleft Facial Deformities worldwide. The Smiles International Foundation operating in partnership with Rotary International under Dr. Moses’ leadership has recently updated the Costa Rica Smiles mission site at the Nacional Hospital de Ninos, HNN with both the advanced power bone and hand instrumentation as well as the education and software capability to perform complex craniomaxillofacial Surgical reconstructions with the assistance of the technology of Virtual Surgical Planning which digitally fabricates surgical guides after first manipulating the facial digital information of the bones and skull. This has taken, virtually, hours off the surgical time and has transformed their care to state-of-the-art accuracy for the child’s final facial outcomes. Dr. Moses personally leads, with his wife, at least 6-8 surgical missions annually. His current clinics are biennial in Cabo San Lucas and Tecate, Mexico completely covering services for the entire Baja California region as well as taking care of patients who travel over from the mainland of Sonora and Sinaloa by both car and ferry. He has biennial missions in San Jose, Costa Rica as well as individual missions in the Yucatan Peninsula (Mayan Smiles) located in Xipujil, Campeche. His mission site in the Ukraine at Dnepropetrovsk was given self-sufficiency status after nine years of biennial clinics and upgrading their instrumentation and techniques in 2013, and similarly his mission site in the region of the Bay of Bengal, in Mori Podu, India has reach self sufficiency status with team members who visit these sites sending surgical results for the Foundation’s data base for their children’s longitudinal care. The mission statement for the Smiles International Foundation is : “ Excellence in Education and Sustainable Charitable Surgical Care” and his results have proven that these goals are being met. After raising three children, and with over 30 years of academic teaching and clinical practice, Dr. Moses retired and sold his Pacific Surgical Institute Practice continuing his Philanthropic efforts forming Medical-Surgical Mission Teams worldwide with the mission to “Provide Excellence in Education and Charitable Surgical Care”. Dr. Moses lists his finest achievement in these past recent years as being able to share his project-mission life with his lovely, talented wife, Maribel, who leads the self-esteem programs and coordinates children’s patient care records.


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