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Robert L. Moskowitz, Ed. D. is an Associate Professor of Biology at the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP)where he specializes in teaching Anatomy & Physiology to students in Allied Health Programs,and those enrolled in Culture, Science and Technology and Liberal Studies.

After receiving his B.S. from SUNY at New Paltz in 1971, he was employed, as cardiovascular technologist at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY (1971-76). Having acquired sufficient experiential training there he subsequently became a Registered Cardiovascular Technologist (Invasive Cardiology and Non-invasive cardiology), Registered Medical Sonographer and Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist. While working in clinical cardiology and research he pursued his Masters degree in Physiology at Long Island University.

Moving to the Philadelphia area in 1976 he join the CCP faculty and taught for several years in the Department of CardioRespiratory Technologies. He completed his Doctorate at Rutgers University (1984) in Allied Health Education and Administration where he completed his administrative internship as the Assistant to the Dean for the College of Health Sciences, Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

Prior to his tenure in the Department of Biology at CCP, beginning in 1987, he was a Director of the Cardiovascular Technology Program at CCP since 1976. In that capacity, he educated and trained students in diagnostic techniques involving both invasive and non invasive cardiovascular procedures, cardiac ultrasound and pulmonary function technology. Additionally he served as Department Chair for CardioRespiratory Technologies, which included Respiratory Therapy and Cardiovascular Technology curricula, for several years. In recent years, he provided academic leadership within the Biology Department as Coordinator of standardized evaluation development and analysis and has served on the Anatomy & Physiology Course Maintenence Committee.

Dr. Moskowitz had been active on the Community College of Philadelphia's Curriculum Development Team and was chiefly involved in institutional research related to academic program evaluation. He had served for several years as the College's primary Academic Audit Facilitator.

Dr. Moskowitz has also taught as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Biological Sciences at the College of Arts and Sciences of Rowan University in New Jersey and as an adjunct instructor at Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey and at Gloucester County College in Sewell, NJ..