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Richard L. Haberberger, Jr., PhD, EMBA, FACE Germantown, Maryland 20876 (H) 301-916-6403 firstname.lastname@example.org (C) 301-775-4215 Senior Management in Health and Biomedical Research Executive Summary An acknowledged medical expert in the field of epidemiology and microbiology research coupled with a proven ability to manage a worldwide research enterprise. The Navy’s global biomedical research enterprise is one of the largest medical research organizations in the military consisting of 8 laboratories, a staff of 1,500 employees, annual budgets in excess of $340 million, over one billion dollars in facilities and equipment, and spanning four continents in 13 locations. Experience and skills include: Human capital planning for growth and expansion Creative marketing incentives to build R&D programs Collaborating with federal, state, local, and international health officials for far-reaching initiatives Grant writing to acquire R&D funding A respected author with over 30 peer-reviewed publications and published abstracts to address infectious diseases, vaccines, and treatments. Education Executive MBA, Major: Business Administration, Colorado Technical University Doctorate (PhD), Major: Epidemiology, Minor: Microbiology, Southern Illinois University Masters of Science, Major: Biology, Northeast Louisiana University Bachelor of Science, Major: Biology, Rockhurst University Professional Certificate in Change Management, Colorado Technical University Professional Certification in Business Administration, Colorado Technical University DoD Acquisition -Level II Program Management Qualified Career Chronology Independent Consultant, Health and Biomedical Research 2013 Subject matter expertise and business development consultant to Washington DC area nonprofit organizations. Assisting with business leads, human capital recruitment and proposal development in response to USG RFPs. Commanding Officer, Naval Medical Research Center/Director, Med R&D 2009-2012 As a Navy Captain, responsible for conducting health and medical research, testing, evaluation, and infectious diseases surveillance to meet the medical needs of worldwide personnel within the requirements of the Department of Defense. Oversaw and managed the greatest expansion of Navy Medical R&D in 70 years. Expansion included establishing of the only US DoD military command in South America. Maintained all national defense and security obligations including 24/7 rapid deployment to U.S. Special Operations Command and Critical Threat Reagent production for most U.S. government agencies under ISO 9000 standards. Oversaw and coordinated public health/preventive medicine, infectious disease agents, physicians, and staff to enhance the Center of Disease Control (CDC) Global Disease Detection program. Richard L. Haberberger, Jr. Page 2 Directed initiative to coordinate with the State of Hawaii during a 2011 outbreak of Dengue fever. Provided entomologists to search for a root cause and collaborated with officials to develop emergency responses to the outbreak. Facilitated the Navy’s membership in the National Interagency Confederation for Biological Research, a Presidential priority for our government in the biodefense arena. Program Manager for Population Health Information Management 2006-2009 Provided oversight and supervision of nine Military Health Service ACAT I-III enterprise-wide Information Systems Capabilities under the CIO’s investment portfolio in compliance with DoD Acquisition Regulations. Elected to Fellow, American College of Epidemiology during this assignment and continued to serve as the Navy Surgeon General’s Senior Leader for Microbiology. Led the Wounded Warrior Clinical Care Case Management Workgroup to develop interim DoD/VA Automated Information System (AIS) solutions to improve care and tracking of wounded warriors. Directed integration of complex functional requirements into delivery of new or enhanced government and/or commercial clinical and Force Protection AIS. Information Management Team Lead for successful Patient Safety Reporting System program now deployed throughout all major medical facilities in DoD. Team leader for Population Health Program Management and member of two Source Selection Boards for major MHS capabilities. Executive Officer, Naval Medical Research Center 2003-2006 Applied scientific, administrative, and business acumen to direct the institute's daily operations, including four research directorates employing 1,000 personnel assigned to subordinate R&D laboratories across CONUS, Indonesia, Cambodia, Egypt, Ghana, and Peru. Spearheaded the institute’s reorganization as it became the enterprise headquarters for 10 diverse worldwide research facilities. Developed their first strategic business plan. Spearheaded achievements in detection of biological threat agents, combat casualty care, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases, and advancements in combat dentistry. Navy Surgeon, General Specialty Leader for Microbiology 2002–2009 Managed careers including professional development of all U.S. Navy microbiologists. Mentored and advised Medical Service Corps officers. Established two Fellowship programs for Navy microbiologists— (1) biodefense and (2) clinical lab directorship. Expanded Naval Medical Research Center staff by four new microbiologist positions. Increased diversity of microbiology community by 37%. Program Manager, Military Infectious Disease Research Program 2001-2002 Managed infectious diseases portfolio for the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED). Served in the Command's Science and Technology Working Group Review (03/2002), providing insights on methods of making research problem statements more explicit, identifying technology barriers, and offering realistic milestones for product transition. Executive Officer, U.S. Navy Medical Research Unit #3, Cairo, Egypt 1998-2001 Served as Chief Operating Officer for organization conducting medical research with emphasis on tropical diseases of military importance in the Middle East/Africa. Saved the command $5M+ while expanding the ability to bring in new scientific talent and doubling the organization’s world-class research program. Promoted establishment of a leading international center (Egypt) for diarrheal research. Initiated base-wide fiber optic cabling to improve communications capabilities. Excellent references upon request. See Addendum for lists of publications, additional studies, awards, and early work experience.
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