We advocate for funding for research on smell and taste disorders, including but not limited to anosmia, hyposmia, parosmia, ageusia, hypogeusia, dysgeusia and phantogeusia.
We collaborate with individuals living with these chemosensory disorders, healthcare professionals, and institutions to provide evidence-based education, resources, and networking opportunities.
We partner with organizations around the world who are aligned with our vision to broaden our outreach and increase awareness of the impact of these invisible health conditions.
Katie Boateng, Board President
Paule V. Joseph, PhD, MS, FNP-BC, RN, CTN-B, FAAN, National Institutes of Health
Pamela Silberman, Board Treasurer
Jenifer Trachtman, Director, Development, The Monell Chemical Senses Center
SMAC Chair Susan Coldwell, PhD, Professor, Oral Health Sciences, Associate Dean for Student Life & Admissions at University of Washington’s School of Dentistry
Valerie Duffy, PhD, RD, Professor & Director, Graduate Program in Allied Health Sciences at the University of Connecticut
Brad Goldstein, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Vice-Chair for Research, Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, Duke University
Rachel Herz, PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University
Nancy Rawson, PhD*, Acting Director and President, The Monell Chemical Senses Center - Founding Advisor*