Kevin Gormley is a Lead Healthcare Data Scientist with MITRE’s Health Transformation Technical Center. He recently led a group of analysts studying potential disparities in adverse drug events and healthcare associated infections. Kevin directed MITRE’s data analysis team for the Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership (HFPP), which includes representatives from CMS, state Medicaid agencies, private healthcare insurance companies, and law enforcement. Kevin served as a visualization expert on the National Patient Safety Partnership to create dashboards of patient data. He has experience using many tools including SAS, R, Tableau, and SQL, and has expertise in modeling and simulation, and cost-benefit analysis. Earlier in his career, he worked in MITRE’s aviation center, modeling and simulating air traffic control systems, data mining airline delay data, and conducting cost-benefit analyses of FAA technology investments.
Service: Kevin has served as the President of the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology Alumni Association. He has led alumni fundraising efforts and organized a mentoring program between alumni and current students conducting research projects. Awards: He is a Distinguished Toastmaster (50+ speeches) with Toastmasters International, a public speaking non-profit. Kevin has received over 15 awards during his MITRE career for mentorship, technical excellence, knowledge management, and supporting the reopening of Reagan National Airport shortly after 9/11. Education: Kevin holds a B.S.E. in Civil Engineering and Operations Research from Princeton University and an M.E. and a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.