Over the past 20 years, Moresky has collaborated with governments and local institutions to improve emergency care systems in resource-limited settings through technical assistance, implementation support and science, cascading capacity building, and national policy development. In 2004, Moresky founded the sidHARTe - Strengthening Emergency Systems Program, which has been working in Rwanda on the CDC and Global Fund supported Human Resource for Health Program; GE Foundation on decentralized complex adaptive emergency care systems development. In Ghana, sidHARTe is working on a USAID supported Acute Care and Emergency Referral Systems (ACERS) Project to decrease rural maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality in rural areas. Moresky’s engineering, emergency medicine, and public health expertise has driven her work on complex adaptive emergency care systems research in sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe. In 2006, Moresky founded the Columbia University Emergency Medicine Fellowship at NewYork-Presbyterian, Emergency Department and mentors fellows on humanitarian action and health systems’ research. Through sidHARTe and the Fellowship Moresky has collaborated and implemented projects with governments, WHO, CDC, USAID, MSF, IRC, and other NGOs. Moresky completed Engineering at Brown University, an Emergency Medicine Residency at University of Illinois at Chicago and a MPH and Fellowship in International Emergency Medicine at Harvard University, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Moresky holds an honorary appointment at the University of Rwanda - College of Medicine and Health Sciences.