Dr. Michael D. Moskal
Emergency Management; Information Fusion; Computer Science and Engineering; Modeling and Simulation
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Mr. Moskal currently serves as the Director of CUBRCís Information Exploitation and Systems Integration group where he is responsible for general management and new business development for a $9.0M business unit. This business unit performs information system R&D for the U.S. Government DoD and Intelligence communities in addition to a variety of Federal, State and Local Public Health and Safety agencies. He served as the lead systems integrator and developer for a regional syndromic surveillance system that was deployed in Western New York. This regional system is designed to provide early warning of a bio-terrorism event or other disease outbreaks through the collection and analysis of medical data obtained from a variety of sources including: 911 Call Center Data, EMS Patient Care Reports, Emergency Department Triage records and other clinical data.
Aside from his professional employment, Mr. Moskal spent 12 years as the Director of Emergency Management (Disaster Coordinator) for the Village of Depew, New York where he developed and implemented the first-ever comprehensive emergency management plan for that community.