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Speakers/Presentations at the Committee Meetings

Meeting#1: March 23-24, 1999

Donald Burke (committee member), Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Epidemic Forecasting: Toward a Predictive Science of Emerging Infectious Diseases

Ann Carmichael (committee member), Indiana University

Historical Overview of Infectious Diseases and Society

Jonathan Patz, Johns Hopkins University

Overview of Current Climate and Health Assessment Activities

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Earth Science Enterprise, Nancy Maynard

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Life Science Division, David Liskowski

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Juli Trtanj

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Anne Grambsch

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Duane Gubler (written briefing)

National Institutes of Health (NIH/NIAID), Kate Aultman

United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), Robert Corell

National Science Foundation (NSF), Robert Corell

United States Geological Survey (USGS), Stephen Guptill

Overview of Relevant Federal Agency Research Activities



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Page 132 B Speakers/Presentations at the Committee Meetings Meeting#1: March 23-24, 1999 Donald Burke (committee member), Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Epidemic Forecasting: Toward a Predictive Science of Emerging Infectious Diseases Ann Carmichael (committee member), Indiana University Historical Overview of Infectious Diseases and Society Jonathan Patz, Johns Hopkins University Overview of Current Climate and Health Assessment Activities National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Earth Science Enterprise, Nancy Maynard National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Life Science Division, David Liskowski National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Juli Trtanj Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Anne Grambsch Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Duane Gubler (written briefing) National Institutes of Health (NIH/NIAID), Kate Aultman United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), Robert Corell National Science Foundation (NSF), Robert Corell United States Geological Survey (USGS), Stephen Guptill Overview of Relevant Federal Agency Research Activities

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Page 133 Meeting #2: July 20-21, 1999 John Harte (committee member) University of California, Berkeley Scaling: From Manipulated Plots to Landscape and Regions Roger Pielke, Jr., National Center for Atmospheric Research The Science of Prediction and Forecasting Paul Epstein, Harvard Medical School, Center for Health and the Global Environment Discussion of NRC Report Making Climate Forecasts Matter Panel Discussion on Predictive Mathematical Modeling: Pim Martens (committee member), Maastricht University Models of Vectorial Capacity Dana Focks (committee member), United States Department of Agriculture Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology Dengue and Lyme Models Eileen Hofmann, Old Dominion University Modeling Studies of Oyster Disease in Chesapeake Bay Mercedes Pascual, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute Nonlinear Time-Series Models Panel Discussion on Examples of Early Warning Systems Will Whelan, U.S. Agency for International Development; Eric Wood, U.S. Geological Survey Famine Early Warning System Ken Linthicum, Walter Reed Army Institute; Compton Tucker, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Warning System for Rift Valley Fever Linda Mearns (committee member), National Center for Atmospheric Research Agricultural Warning Systems Joan Rose (committee member), University of South Florida Water Quality Warning Systems

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Page 134 David Cleaves, U.S. Forest Service Forest Fire Early Warning/Forecasting System Meeting #3: October 11-13, 1999 Mark Wilson (committee member), University of Michigan Analytic Approaches to Studying Climate Impacts on Health Stuart Bretschneider, Syracuse University Forecasting Methods Used in Business/Economic Disciplines Mervyn Susser, Columbia University Ecological Epidemiology Panel Discussion on the Ecology, Epidemiology, and Climate Linkages of Specific Diseases: Rita Colwell, National Science Foundation Cholera Nancy Rosenstein, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Meningococcal Disease Cynthia Lord, Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory St. Louis Encephalitis Gregory Gurri Glass, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Hantavirus Ned Walker, Michigan State University Lyme Disease Meeting #4, Jan. 31- Feb. 1, 2000 William Sprigg, University of Arizona Overview of Planned World Meteorological Organization/World Health Organization Conference on Climate and Health Panel Discussion on the Ecology, Epidemiology, and Climate Linkages of Specific Diseases: (continued) Ed Kilbourne, New York Medical College Influenza

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Page 135 Steve Lindsay, University of Durham Malaria Paul Reiter, Center for Disease Control Malaria and Other Mosquito-Borne Diseases Panel Discussion on Creating Effective Disease Early Warning Systems: The Needs of the User Communities: Baruch Fischhoff, Carnegie Mellon University Communication to the Public About Health Risks James Leduc, Center for Disease Control National/International Public Health Interventions Joan Mulcare, San Bernardino County Health Department. State/Local Public Health Interventions Meeting #5: April 10-11, 2000 Jonathan Patz, Johns Hopkins University The U.S. National Assessment Health Sector Report William Lyerly, U.S. Agency for International Development Natural Disasters and Infectious Disease Outbreaks Steve Ostroff, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Infectious Disease Surveillance Systems and Epidemiological Databases Joel Gaydos, Walter Reed Army Institute The DOD Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System

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