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Emerging Animal Diseases: Global Markets, Global Safety - A Workshop Summary APPENDIX A Workshop Agenda A NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL PUBLIC WORKSHOP EMERGING ANIMAL DISEASES: GLOBAL MARKETS, GLOBAL SAFETY January 14–15, 2002 The National Academies 2101 Constitution Avenue N.W. Washington, DC 20418 Reception The Great Hall January 14, 2002 7:00–9:30 pm Welcome Dr. Bruce M. Alberts, President, National Academy of Sciences
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Emerging Animal Diseases: Global Markets, Global Safety - A Workshop Summary Opening Remarks Dr. John Marburger, Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Guest of Honor Dr. David King, F.R.S., Chief Scientific Advisor, U.K. Government and Head, British Office of Science and Technology Biosecurity: Lessons Learned from a Disease Crisis in Animal Agriculture Workshop Auditorium January 15, 2002 8:30 am–5:00 pm 8:30–8:35 am Welcome Dr. Harley W. Moon, Frank K. Ramsey Endowed Chair in Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University 8:35–8:50 am Keynote Address Deputy Secretary James R. Moseley, U.S. Department of Agriculture 8:50–9:00 am Overview of Workshop Dr. Corrie Brown, University of Georgia 9:00–10:00 am The British Battle Against Foot-and-Mouth Disease Professor David King, Chief Scientific Adviser to the British Government and Head of the Office of Science and Technology 10:00–10:15 am BREAK 10:15–11:35 am Global Security in a Global Economy Session 1 Moderator: Dr. Corrie Brown, University of Georgia Dr. Robert Brackett, Director of Food Safety, DHHS/FDA/CFSAN Current U.S. Programs on Food Safety and Bioterrorism
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Emerging Animal Diseases: Global Markets, Global Safety - A Workshop Summary Dr. Caird E. Rexroad, Associate Deputy Administrator, USDA/ARS Current and Changes in Research Priorities Dr. Philip Corrigan, Embassy of Australia International Perspective Dr. Gary Weber, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Industry Perspective Mr. Thomas McManus Perspective of an Irish Farmer 11:35 am–12:00 pm Panel Discussion and Audience Questions 12:00–1:00 pm LUNCH 1:00–2:00 pm Session 2 Moderator: Dr. David E. Swayne, Director, Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory, USDA/ARS Animal Pathogens: What Should We Be Looking For? Dr. Stephen F. Sundlof, Director, Center for Veterinary Medicine, DHHS/FDA Issues of Feedborne Pathogens Dr. William Hueston, Director, Center for Animal Health and Food Safety, University of Minnesota Emerging Trends/Issues Detection and Prediction: How Will We Know It’s A Problem? Dr. Nora E. Wineland, Center Leader, Center for Animal Health Monitoring, USDA/APHIS/VS/CEAH Current Animal Disease Surveillance, Monitoring, Reporting Dr. Mike L. Bunning, DHHS/CDC Public Health Surveillance—Models, Lessons Learned 2:00–2:15 pm Panel Discussion and Audience Questions 2:15–2:30 pm BREAK 2:30–3:30 pm Session 3 Moderator: Dr. David E. Swayne, Director, Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory, USDA/ARS Disease Diagnostics: How Can We Identify It—Quickly, Cheaply, and Accurately?
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Emerging Animal Diseases: Global Markets, Global Safety - A Workshop Summary Dr. Quentin Tonelli, IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. Industry Perspective Dr. Bruce Akey, Chief, Office of Laboratory Services, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Breakthroughs and Barriers Treatment and Eradication: How Do We Get Rid of It? Dr. Joan Arnoldi, Director, Animal Industry Division, Michigan Department of Agriculture On-site Control Programs Dr. Peter Eyre, Dean, Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Tech and University of Maryland Veterinary Education and Outreach 3:30–3:45 pm Session 3: Panel Discussion and Audience Questions 3:45–4:45 pm Opportunities and Obstacles: Identifying Next Steps for Progress Panel Discussion and Audience Questions Moderator: Dr. David E. Swayne, Director, Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory, USDA/ARS 4:45–5:00 pm Summary and Final Thoughts Dr. Corrie Brown, University of Georgia 5:00 pm Adjourn
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