American Association for Respiratory Care




Kathy S Myers Moss PhD(c) RRT-ACCS

Columbia MO

Ms. Myers Moss is a Clinical Associate Professor for the Respiratory Therapy Program at the University of Missouri School of Health Professions in Columbia, MO. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree at Maryville University of Saint Louis and her Master of Education Degree at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has been a member of the faculty at the University of Missouri since 1987 and her academic emphasis includes laboratory instruction for entry and advanced level respiratory care. Ms. Myers Moss is nearing completion of her PhD at the University of Missouri-Columbia and her research interests include mass casualty ventilator competency development, interdisciplinary ACLS training, NAVA, and non-invasive oxygen delivery.



Sellersville, PA

Mr. Lamphere is the Executive Director for the Pennsylvania Society for Respiratory Care and an Adjunct Instructor for the Respiratory Care Program at Gwynedd-Mercy College in Gwynedd Valley, PA. He earned his respiratory therapy degree from Gwynedd-Mercy College and his Bachelor of Science degree in exercise physiology from Temple University. His academic emphasis area includes didactic and laboratory entry level and advanced level courses in mechanical ventilation.



Gwynedd Valley PA

Mr. Galvin is an Assistant Professor in the Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions and Program Director for the Respiratory Care Program at Gwynedd Mercy University. He earned his bachelor's degree from La Salle College and a Master of Science Degree in education from St. Joseph's University. Bill has significant publishing experience, and most recently was a contributing author and one of 5 editors of a 59 chapter textbook entitled, the Principles and Practice of Respiratory Care, originally published in 2002 with a third edition scheduled for release in early 2015.



Seattle WA

Mr. Hinkson is the Interim Manager of the Respiratory Department at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA. He graduated from Highline Community College with his respiratory therapy degree and obtained his BSRT from the University of Kansas. He earned his Masters of Science in Respiratory Care from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. His research interests include ventilator management in the patient with ALI/ARDS.


Keith D Lamb RRT-ACCS

Des Moines IA

Mr. Lamb is Supervisor of Adult Critical Care at UnityPoint Health System in Des Moines, IA. He earned his respiratory therapy degree from Delaware Tech. He is the AARC Adult Acute Care section chair and has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals. His research interests focus on managing critically ill patients and he has lectured internationally. Mr. Lamb has been selected the Adult Acute Care specialty practitioner of the year by the AARC in 2002 and the trauma practitioner of the year by the Christiana Care Health System, Newark Delaware, in 2003 and 2012. He also serves on the Multi-Disciplinary Critical Care Knowledge Assessment Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine.


J Brady Scott MS RRT-ACCS

Chicago IL

Mr. Scott is the Assistant Professor for respiratory care at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He earned his respiratory therapy degree from Bluegrass Community and Technical College, his Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and his Master of Science in Respiratory Care from Rush University. He was named the Adult Acute Care specialty practitioner of the year by the AARC in 2007. His research interests include medical simulation in respiratory care, apnea testing during brain death assessment, and emergency/critical care



Fred Giberson MD FACS MACM

Newark DE

Dr. Giberson is Senior Surgeon for Surgical Critical Care, Trauma, and Acute Care Surgery at Christiana Hospital in Newark, DE. He received his bachelor's degree in chemistry from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson School. His general surgical residency was at Christiana Care, followed by a fellowship in critical care and traumatology at the University of Maryland's Institute for Emergency Medical Services System in Baltimore. Dr. Giberson is an assistant clinical professor of surgery at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a clinical preceptor at the University of Pennsylvania, and is a member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Giberson is board-certified in general surgery with added qualifications in surgical critical care.