James Scheulen, P.A., M.B.A., was the primary investigator
on PACER's Electronic Mass Casualty Assessment and Planning
Scenarios (EMCAPS) Version 2.0 project.
He also served as the lead investigator on the development of the
first version of EMCAPS, a computerized modeling simulation program
that allows users to manipulate key scenario-based input variables
that best reflect the region or area of interest.
His other research interests include emergency department
operations, emergency medical services (EMS), critical care
transportation medicine and preparedness and response
Scheulen served as executive director of PACER from its founding
in 2005 until 2011.
He is currently responsible for the operations of the Johns
Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR),
an office designed to assure a coordinated response to critical
events across all Johns Hopkins Institutions.
He is chief administrative officer for the Johns Hopkins
Department of Emergency Medicine and president of Johns Hopkins
Emergency Medical Services.