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Seeking Security: Pathogens, Open Access, and Genome Databases Appendix C Participants PARTICIPANTS IN THE OCTOBER 1, 2003, WORKSHOP OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON GENOMICS DATABASES FOR BIOTERRORISM THREAT AGENTS Corrie Brown, University of Georgia Tom Cebula, Food and Drug Administration Mary Clutter, National Science Foundation Joe DeRisi, University of California, San Francisco Janet Dorigan, Central Intelligence Agency Gerald Epstein, Defense Threat Reduction Agency Stan Falkow, Stanford University David Franz, Southern Research Institute Claire Fraser, The Institute for Genomic Research Art Friedlander, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases Elizabeth George, Department of Homeland Security Maria Giovanni. National Institutes of Health Michael Gottlieb, National Institutes of Health Robert Heckert, U.S. Department of Agriculture Maryanna Henkart, National Science Foundation John Houghton, Department of Energy Barbara Jasny, Science Norm Kahn, Central Intelligence Agency Paul Keim, Northern Arizona University
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Seeking Security: Pathogens, Open Access, and Genome Databases James Kvach, Defense Intelligence Agency Jim LeDuc, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Rachel Levinson, Office of Science and Technology Policy David Lipman, National Institutes of Health Vahid Majidi, Department of Justice Bob May, Royal Society (UK) Michael Morgan, Wellcome Trust Tara O’Toole, Johns Hopkins University George Poste, Arizona State University Rino Rappuoli, Chiron David Relman, Stanford University Caird Rexroad, U.S. Department of Agriculture Janet Shoemaker, American Society for Microbiology Terence Taylor, International Institute for Strategic Studies Ron Walters, Central Intelligence Agency Marion Warwick, National Science Foundation Mark Wilson, Federal Bureau of Investigation
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