Leadership our clients count on.
RMPDC is managed by a team of doctors, academics and experts in the fields of drug development, toxicity and consumer product safety.
Richard C. Dart, MD, PhD
Since 1992 Dr. Dart has served as the Director of the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center. He is the Executive Director of Researched Abuse, Diversion, and Addiction-Related Surveillance (RADARS® System) and is also the chairman of the Denver Health Authority Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Dr. Dart has published more than 175 papers and chapters as well as served as editor for the first edition of The 5-Minute Toxicology Consult and the 3rd edition of Medical Toxicology.
In 2002 he was recognized with a special citation from the Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He was the 2004 recipient of the American College of Medical Toxicology Matthew J. Ellenhorn Award for Excellence in Medical Toxicology. Currently Dr. Dart serves as a Deputy Editor of the medical journal Annals of Emergency Medicine and is President-Elect of the American Association of Poison Control Centers.
Dr. Dart is trained as a medical doctor specializing in emergency medicine and toxicology. He is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and the American Board of Medical Toxicology.
Gregory M Bogdan, PhD
Dr. Bogdan joined RMPDC in 1995 to direct operations of the Research division specializing in antidote drug development, analgesics research, prescription drug abuse surveillance, clinical trial management, adverse event medical monitoring and public health preparedness activities.
Dr. Bogdan's is currently the Administrative Director of RMPDC where he is responsible for managing all 6 divisions: Drug Center, Research, Poison Center, NurseLine, Appointment Center, Spanish Line. Dr. Bogdan's responsibilities include the integration of RMPDC’s business lines and to further expand its client base.
Dr. Bogdan is the administrator of the Denver Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) grant, a primary resource for planning and response to mass casualty incidents and serves on the faculty of the Rocky Mountain Center for Medical Response to Terrorism, Mass Casualties and Epidemics. He has been awarded three Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) task orders to develop models for utilizing medical call centers to respond to public health emergencies. He has been the lead or contributing author of more than 35 peer-reviewed publications.