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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop Appendixes

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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop Appendix A Workshop Agenda Advancing Technologies: Surveying the Global Capacity for Research, Development, and Application Policy and Global Affairs Division/National Research Council The Board on Global Health/ Institute of Medicine The National Academies September 21-September 22, 2004 Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica Cuernavaca, Mexico Committee on Advances in Technology and the Prevention of Their Application to Next Generation Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare Threats AGENDA Tuesday, September 21, 2004 8:30 Coffee 9:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks/Goals of the Meeting   Stanley Lemon, M.D., Committee Co-Chair/The University of Texas Branch at Galveston David Relman, M.D., Committee Co-chair/ Stanford University Mauricio Hernandez, M.D., Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, Cuernavaca, Mexico

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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop Session I: Drivers of Global Technological Development   Moderator: David Relman, M.D., Committee Co-chair/ Stanford University 9:45 The Economic Opportunities of the Global Workforce and Marketplace (comparative advantage; market capture; select workforce) Terence Taylor, IISS-US 10:05 Q&A/Discussion 10:20 Technological Approaches to Overcoming Health and Development Challenges David Banta, M.D., WHO and World Bank Consultant 10:40 Discussion 11:00-11:15 BREAK Session II: The Global Landscape of Technology/Efforts to Mitigate Risks for Misapplication   Moderator: Stanley Lemon, M.D., Committee Co-Chair/ The University of Texas Branch at Galveston 11:15-11:35 Global Cooperation in the Development of Biotechnology Decio Ripandelli, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 11:35-12:00 Discussion 12:00 LUNCH 1:00-2:15 AGRICULTURE/ LIVESTOCK BREEDING/BIOPhARMING 1:00-1:45 Panel Discussion:   Charles Arntzen, Ph.D., Arizona State University, and Miguel Gomez Lim, Ph.D., CINVESTAV-Irapuato, Mexico Luis Herrera-Estrella, Ph.D., Center for Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Irapuato, Mexico 1:45-2:15 Q&A/Discussion

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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop 2:15-3:50 VACCINES, PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN GENOMICS Panel Discussion: Rosiceli Barreto Gonçalves Baetas, D.Sc., Biomanguinhos, Fiocruz, Brazil Jacques Ravel, Ph.D., The Institute for Genomic Research Patrick Tan Boon Ooi, Ph.D., Genome Institute of Singapore Abdallah Daar, M.D., Center for Bioethics, University of Toronto Gerardo Jimenez-Sanchez, National Institute of Genomic Medicine, Mexico 3:50-4:05 BREAK 4:05-5:05 Q&A/Discussion Session III: Discussion Moderators: Nancy Connell, Ph.D., UMDNJ/NJ Medical School Christopher Chyba, Ph.D., Stanford University and SETI Institute 5:05-6:00 —Open Discussion—- 6:00 Adjournment of Day 1 Wednesday, September 22, 2004 8:30 Coffee 9:00 Opening Remarks / Summary of Day 1 Stanley Lemon, M.D. Session IV: Safeguarding the Benefits of Technology—Addressing the “Dual-Use” Dilemma Moderator: Christopher Chyba, Ph.D., Stanford University and SETI Institute 9:00-9:30 An Update on the BWC Intercessional Meetings, Ambassador Tibor Toth 9:30-10:00 Q&A/Discussion

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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop 10:00-11:45 Non-proliferation and Other Mitigation Strategies Discussion Panel: 10:00-10:15 Amy Sands, Ph.D., Monterey Institute of International Studies 10:15-10:30 Robert Mathews, D.Sc., Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation 10:30-10:45 Jerome Amir Singh, Ph.D., Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine, Durban, South Africa 10:45-11:00 Peter Herby, International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva, Switzerland 11:00-11:15 Terence Taylor, IISS-US 11:15 BREAK 11:30-12:30 OPEN DISCUSSION 12:30-1:30 LUNCH Session V: Emerging and Converging Technologies Moderator: David Relman, M.D., Committee Co-chair/ Stanford University 1:30-3:00 NANOTECHNOLOGY/BIOTECHNOLOGY/CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES 9:30-10:45 Lead Discussants: Nadrian Seeman, Ph.D., New York University Michael Morgan, Ph.D., The Wellcome Trust 3:00-3:30 Q&A/Discussion 3:30 BREAK 3:45-4:20 POTENTIAL “DUAL-USE” APPLICATIONS of DISCOVERIES IN BIOREGULATORS AND NEUROBIOLOGY: Kathryn Nixdorff, Ph.D. University of Darmstadt, Germany Elliott Kagan, M.D., Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 4:20-4:30 Q&A/Discussion 4:30-5:00 OPEN DISCUSSION

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An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies and Strategies for Managing Dual-Use Risks: Report of a Workshop Session VI: Open Discussion/Q&A 5:00 Moderator: Stanley Lemon, M.D., Committee Co-Chair/The University of Texas Branch at Galveston —Open Discussion/ Q&A— 6:00 CLOSING REMARKS/ADJOURN

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