Christopher G Moran, Age 55Wilmington, NC

Christopher Moran Phones & Addresses

Wilmington, NC

Brick, NJ

Leland, NC

Manahawkin, NJ

Ridgewood, NJ

Work

Company: Ogletree Deakins Nash Et Al PC Address: 10 Madison Ave Ste 400, Morristown, NJ 07960

Ranks

Licence: New Jersey - Active Date: 1993

Mentions for Christopher G Moran

Work History and Career Records

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Christopher J Moran, Morristown NJ - Lawyer

Address:
Ogletree Deakins Nash Et Al PC
10 Madison Ave Ste 400, Morristown, NJ 07960
(215) 981-4000 (Office)
Licenses:
New Jersey - Active 1993

Medicine Doctors

Christopher Moran

Specialties:
Pediatric Gastroenterology
Work:
Massachusetts General Hospital Pediatric Gastroenterology
32 Fruit St STE 6B, Boston, MA 02114
(617) 726-8705 (phone) (617) 643-2384 (fax)
Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center
2014 Washington St FL 6, Newton Lower Falls, MA 02462
(617) 243-6585 (phone) (617) 243-6798 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
Tufts University School of Medicine
Graduated: 2004
Procedures:
Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Conditions:
Anemia, Bronchial Asthma, Constipation, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Iron Deficiency Anemia, Vitamin D Deficiency
Languages:
Arabic, English, French, Spanish
Description:
Dr. Moran graduated from the Tufts University School of Medicine in 2004. He works in Newton Lower Falls, MA and 1 other location and specializes in Pediatric Gastroenterology. Dr. Moran is affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital and Newton-Wellesley Hospital.

Christopher J. Moran

Specialties:
Diagnostic Radiology, Vascular & Interventional Rad
Work:
Washington University Mallinckrodt Institute Of Radiology
660 S Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110
(314) 362-7200 (phone) (314) 362-2276 (fax)
Mallinckrodt Institute Of Radiology At Washington University School Of Medicine
1 Barnes Jewish Hospital Plz STE 16109QT, Saint Louis, MO 63110
(314) 362-5949 (phone) (314) 362-4886 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Graduated: 1974
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Moran graduated from the Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 1974. He works in Saint Louis, MO and 1 other location and specializes in Diagnostic Radiology and Vascular & Interventional Rad. Dr. Moran is affiliated with Barnes Jewish Hospital, Barnes Jewish Saint Peters Hospital, Barnes Jewish West County Hospital and Saint Louis Childrens Hospital.

License Records

Christopher Bradley Moran

Licenses:
License #: 51939 - Active
Issued Date: Jul 6, 1994
Renew Date: Jul 6, 1994
Type: Engineer Intern

Resumes and CV

Resumes

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Christopher Moran

Work:
Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort - Mammoth Lakes, CA Dec 2010 to Apr 2011
Snowboard Instructor
Snow Rental, LLC Jun 2010 to Oct 2010
Store Manager
Education:
School of Visual Arts - New York, NY Jun 2011
Photography
University Of Connecticut - Storrs, CT May 2005
Bachelors of Business Administration
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Christopher Moran - Lindenhurst, NY

Work:
Airgate International Logistics / WINGS Logistics - New York, NY Jan 1999 to Sep 2010
President of Exports U.S.A
Education:
SUNY Brockport - Brockport, NY Jan 1982 to Jan 1986
BA in Business Adminiatration in Business
Skills:
Worked in all aspects of air/sea freight and all aspects of loading at JFK Airport. Both cargo and passengers
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Christopher Moran

Location:
United States

Business & Organization Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Christopher Moran
Principal
Kl Truck Permits & More 2990 Navajo St, Yorktown Hgts, NY 10598
Christopher Moran CAR PROPERTIES AND MANAGEMENT, LLC
Christopher Moran CWS DESIGN, LLC
Christopher P Moran B 2 B MOBILE SOLUTIONS LLC
Christopher J. Moran
Assistant Principal, Principal
Hackensack Board of Education (Inc) 321 State St, Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 646-8170

Publications

Wikipedia

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Chris Moran

Air Chief Marshal Sir Christopher Hugh "Chris" Moran KCB OBE MVO ADC FRAeS (28 April 1956 26 May 2010) was a fast jet pilot and later a senior ...

Us Patents

Low-Overhead Service Specific Convergence Layer For Voice And Telephony Over Packet-Based Systems

US Patent:
6438131, Aug 20, 2002
Filed:
Jul 28, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/123860
Inventors:
Patrick A. Gerber - Hazlet NJ
Christopher B. Moran - Middletown NJ
Richard Szajdecki - Jackson NJ
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
H04L 1256
US Classification:
370395, 370469
Abstract:
Information is communicated in an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) or other packet-based communication system using a service specific convergence layer which associates a holdover indicator with each of a number of packets generated in a voice and telephony service layer. The service specific convergence layer may be a Service Specific Convergence Sublayer (SSCS) of an ATM Adaptation Layer (AAL) Type 2 connection, and the holdover indicator may be a holdover bit in a user-to-user-indication (UUI) field of a Common Part Sublayer (CPS) header of the AAL 2 connection. The holdover indicator may specify, for example, whether a speech detector used for providing silence elimination in the transmitted information is in a holdover mode. The indicator can thus be used by a receiver to determine if a period of silence has begun in the transmitted information, so as to facilitate the generation of comfort noise. The holdover indicators can also be used to provide rate control in a CPS transmitter of an AAL 2 device.

Dynamic Jitter Buffering For Voice-Over-Ip And Other Packet-Based Communication Systems

US Patent:
7006511, Feb 28, 2006
Filed:
Jul 17, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/907120
Inventors:
Christopher Lanzafame - West Deal NJ,
Christopher B. Moran - Middletown NJ,
Richard Szajdecki - Jackson NJ,
Assignee:
Avaya Technology Corp. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
H04L 12/28
H04L 12/56
US Classification:
370412, 370429, 370516, 375371
Abstract:
A variable-size jitter buffer is used to store information associated with a voice signal, facsimile signal or other received signal in a receiver of a packet-based communication system. The receiver determines an appropriate adjustment time for making an adjustment to the size of the buffer based at least in part on a result of a signal detection operation performed on the received signal. For example, in the case of a received voice signal, the determined adjustment time may be a time at which a state machine associated with a speech detector is in a “no speech” state. If the actual buffer size at the determined adjustment time is not within a designated range of a target computed at least in part based on one or more jitter measurements, the buffer size is adjusted at the determined adjustment time, e. g. , by an amount representative of the difference between the actual buffer size and the target. The invention provides low-delay and low-complexity jitter buffering particularly well suited for use in an Internet Protocol (IP) receiver of a voice-over-IP system.

Programming An Existing Indicator To Indicate The Cause Of A Condition

US Patent:
8054171, Nov 8, 2011
Filed:
Mar 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/049355
Inventors:
Christopher Lanzafame - Ocean Township NJ,
Christopher Moran - Middletown NJ,
Richard Szajdecki - Jackson NJ,
Assignee:
Avaya Inc. - Basking Ridge NJ
International Classification:
G08B 21/00
US Classification:
340459, 340458, 340534
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for allowing a troubleshooter to reuse existing indicators, such as displays, LEDs, or specialized indicators, for a purpose other than the indicator's usual purpose. In response to an initial occurrence of a problem, the troubleshooter modifies the indicator's behavior to indicate a later occurrence of a fault or a set of faults, which may be the cause of the problem. Upon the later occurrence of the problem, the indicator is monitored for simultaneous notification of occurrence of the fault. After the problem is triaged, the modified indicator is returned to its original use. The notification from the indicator can be sensory, i. e. , auditory, visible, or tactile. The indicator's change in behavior can occur after the fault happens once or an administrable threshold number of times, or intermittently. Alternatively, the change in behavior may become semi-permanent if the fault continues to occur for some administrable number of times.

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