After completing a degree in Dental Surgery from Damascus University in 1995, Maher pursued a career in Oral Surgery at the Royal London Hospitals in London until 2003. He had an intensive year-long Implant Dentistry training at the Katharinen-Hospital in Stuttgart, Germany as an international scholar. He graduated with a Masters and Doctorate Degree from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry wherein he researched Tissue Regeneration and Engineering. He developed an interest in surgical education and started a pioneering cadaveric model for training dentists in a safe and effective manner.
In 2013, Maher founded and led BPP University’s Faculty of Dentistry, which became one of the largest postgraduate dentistry departments in the UK, and played a significant role in reforming dental private higher education. In parallel, he earned his MBA in Higher Education Management from University College London.
In addition, he has been actively involved in the development and support of research activities on an international level including Austria, China, Egypt, Greece, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria and UAE.
Maher Almasri received an honorary professorship from Bari University in Italy and full Professorship title from BPP University.