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Reopening Public Facilities after a Biological Attack: A Decision Making Framework Appendix B Presentations to the Committee November 24-25, 2003 Dennis Imbro, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Decontamination and Restoration of Major Transportation Facilities Ellen Raber, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: How Clean Is Clean Enough? Recent Developments in Response to Threats Posed by Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents Nina Marano, CDC: Responding to Bacillus anthracis-Related Bioterrorism Mark Wheelis, University of California, Davis: History of Biological Weapons Kenneth Martinez, CDC: Environmental Sampling During the Anthrax Outbreak Investigations Dorothy Canter, EPA: Anthrax Cleanups: Addressing Residual Risk Issues Laura Rose, CDC: Environmental Bioterrorism Research Activities Robert Eckhaus, Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, U.S. Army: Capabilities in Support of How Clean Is Safe
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Reopening Public Facilities after a Biological Attack: A Decision Making Framework January 28-29, 2004 Tom Day, United States Postal Service: Decision Making Process for Declaring Brentwood Postal Facility Safe for Use David Franz, Midwest Research Institute: (1) Comments on What Type of Standards and Guidelines Are Needed to Determine “How Clean Is Safe?” and (2) Information About Anthrax, Smallpox, and Plague C.J. Peters, University of Texas, Medical Branch at Galveston: Information About Anthrax, Smallpox, and Plague Dick Spertzel, U.S. Army (retired): Issues of Weaponized Microbes M. Louise M. Pitt, USAMRIID: Information About Dose–Response Rick Batycky, Alkermes, Inc.: Information on Lung Physiology and Delivery of Microbes Ray Mariella, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Reliability of Detection Calvin Chue, Johns Hopkins University: Mechanisms of Detection Linda Stetzenbach, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: (1) Sampling Methods on Various Surfaces Using Simulant Organisms and (2) Natural Background Richard Sextro, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Air Movement in Subways and Buildings and Reaerosolization of Microbes Jeanine Prud’homme, New York City Department of Public Health: Information on Public Health Brandolyn Thran, U.S. Army: Risk Assessment Tony Cox, Cox Associates: Risk Assessment March 29-31, 2004 Dean Wilkening, Stanford University: Human Effects Model for Inhalation Anthrax Caron Chess, Rutgers University: Risk Communication Kimothy Smith, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: Natural Background Levels of Anthrax
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Reopening Public Facilities after a Biological Attack: A Decision Making Framework Terri Tanielian, RAND Corporation: Employee Decision-Making on Returning to Work at Brentwood and on Capitol Hill John Eck and Laura Tankenson, NBC: Anthrax Incident at NBC Peter Biggins, Dstl Chemical and Biological Sciences: Aerosols and Detection July 20, 2004 E. Barry Skolnick: Surface-testing Issues in Bioagent Detection and Decontamination October 13-14, 2004 John Mason and Karen Cavanagh, Sabre Technical Services, LLC: Decontamination and Sampling at AMI Mike Shoemaker and Greg Knudson, Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute: Clearance Decisions After 2001 Attacks Tyler Cymet and Shivang Joshi, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore: Long Lasting Health Effects of Exposure to Bacillus anthracis
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