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Appendix D Public Committee Meeting Agendas MEETING ONE June 25–26, 2008 Washington, DC June , 00 9:30–10:15 am Registration and Check-In All participants must check in at the security desk SESSION I: CHARGE AND STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 10:15–10:25 am Welcome and Opening Remarks Marguerite Pappaioanou and Gerald Keusch, committee co-chairs 10:25–10:45 am Charge to the Committee from the Sponsor Dennis Carroll and Murray Trostle, USAID 10:45–11:15 am Keynote Presentation: Convergence of Forces Behind Emerging and Reemerging Zoonoses, and Future Trends in Zoonoses Tracee Treadwell, CDC 

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 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE TO zOONOTIC DISEASES 11:15 am–12:00 pm Panel Discussion: The Need for a Global and Sustainable Disease Surveillance System for Zoonoses, and Roles of Various International Organizations Moderator: Gerald Keusch, committee co-chair Panelists Nancy Cox, CDC Stephane de La Rocque, FAO Marlo Libel, Pan American Health Organization, on behalf of David Heymann, WHO Alejandro Thiermann, OIE Tracee Treadwell, CDC 12:00–1:00 pm Lunch SESSION II: ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR DETECTING ZOONOSES Moderator: Mark Woolhouse, committee member 1:00–1:15 pm Global Early Warning System (GLEWS) and Transboundary Disease Surveillance Program Stephane de La Rocque, FAO 1:15–1:30 pm OIE Standards for Identifying/Diagnosing Diseases, Diagnostic Confirmation, Data Collection and Reporting from Countries, Network of Reference Laboratories, Relationships with Chief Veterinary Officers—Committee Work, Food Safety (Codex Alimentarius) Alejandro Thiermann, OIE 1:30–2:00 pm Surveillance and Outbreak Investigation of Wildlife—Terrestrial and Marine Animals, Birds, Wildlife Disease Information Node • Wildlife Disease Information Node Joshua Dein (on NBII), USGS National Wildlife Health Center • Outbreak Investigation Scott Wright, USGS National Wildlife Health Center

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 APPENDIX D 2:00–2:15 pm Ebola Surveillance in Nonhuman Primates Pierre Rollin, CDC 2:15–2:30 pm Surveillance of Bats Peter Daszak, Consortium for Conservation Medicine 2:30–2:45 pm Surveillance of Bushmeat and Exotic Animal Consumption and GAINS William Karesh, Wildlife Conservation Society 2:45–3:00 pm Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in Companion Animals Larry Glickman, Purdue University 3:00–3:45 pm Panel Discussion: Active Surveillance Systems with Presenters from Session II 3:45–4:00 pm Break SESSION III: EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS FOR ZOONOTIC DISEASES IN HUMANS Moderator: Mo Salman, committee member 4:00–5:00 pm Overview of Early Warning Systems • Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN) Marlo Libel, PAHO • Global Outbreak Awareness and Response Network (GOARN) Marlo Libel, PAHO • ProMED-Mail Peter Cowen, North Carolina State University • U.S. Department of Defense, Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System (DoD-GEIS) Tracy DuVernoy, U.S. Department of Defense • ArboNET Marc Fischer, CDC (via teleconference) • Emerging Infections Network (IDSA) Philip Polgreen, University of Iowa

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 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE TO zOONOTIC DISEASES 5:00–6:00 pm Panel Discussion: Early Warning Systems with Presenters from Session III 6:00 pm Adjourn for the Day 6:30–8:30 pm Committee Working Dinner June , 00 8:00–8:30 am Registration and Check-In 8:30–8:45 am Recap of Day 1 and Overview of Day 2 of the Workshop Gerald Keusch and Marguerite Pappaioanou, committee co-chairs SESSION IV: LABORATORY AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CAPACITY Moderator: Terry McElwain, committee member 8:45–9:00 am Broad View of Veterinary/Agricultural Laboratory Capacity in Resource-Constrained Countries (Clinical and Field Training, BSL-3 Labs, Biosecurity Issues) James Pearson, former director of National Veterinary Services Lab (retired) 9:00–9:15 am Reference Lab Perspective—Experience Serving as an OIE Reference Laboratory and Providing Technical Assistance and Training to Countries in Africa on Avian Influenza; International Policies for Sharing Specimens and Resources and Lab Data Ilaria Capua, OIE 9:15–9:30 am Training and Deployment of Assays in Other Countries and Standardization of Assays Worldwide Barbara Martin, coordinator for the U.S. National Animal Health Laboratory Network

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 APPENDIX D 9:30–9:45 am Experience and Challenges in Establishing and Sustaining Operation of Laboratories in Tanzania with High-Quality Assurance Mmeta Grasford Yongolo, virology department of the Animal Diseases Research Institute 9:45–10:00 am Integrated Emerging Infectious Disease Surveillance in Nairobi, Kenya Robert Breiman, CDC International Emerging Infectious Diseases Program 10:00–10:15 am Clinical Laboratory and Epidemiological Field Training in Southeast Asia Jeremy Farrar, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit 10:15–11:00 am Break 11:00 am–12:00 pm Panel Discussion: Laboratory and Epidemiological Capacity with Presenters from Session IV 12:00–1:15 pm Lunch SESSION V: FACILITATING INFORMATION EXCHANGE, IMPROVING COMMUNICATION, AND IMPROVING POLICIES 1:15–2:30 pm Facilitating Information Exchange, Improving Communication, and Improving Policies Moderated Panel Discussion (20 minutes): Moderator: Gerald Keusch, committee co-chair Panelists Ilaria Capua, OIE Stephane de La Rocque, FAO Marlo Libel, WHO/PAHO Alejandro Thiermann, OIE 2:30–3:00 pm Break

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00 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE TO zOONOTIC DISEASES SESSION VI: DEVELOPING A GLOBAL AND SUSTAINABLE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 3:00–5:15 pm Moderated General Discussion: Developing Global Sustainable Surveillance and Response to Emerging Zoonoses Moderators: Gerald Keusch and Marguerite Pappaioanou, committee co-chairs 5:15–5:30 pm Closing Remarks Gerald Keusch and Marguerite Pappaioanou, committee co-chairs 5:30 pm Adjourn MEETING TWO September 11, 2008 Washington, DC 9:30–9:45 am Welcome and Introductions Marguerite Pappaioanou, committee co-chair 9:45–10:15 am Presentation Dr. David Nabarro, assistant secretary-general of the United Nations, senior United Nations system coordinator for avian and human influenza 10:15–11:30 am Question-and-Answer Session with Committee Members 11:30–11:45 am Wrap-Up and Adjourn MEETING THREE September 30, 2008 Woods Hole, MA 1:00–2:00 pm Economic Impact of Disease and the Case for Surveillance Bruce Y. Lee, University of Pittsburgh

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0 APPENDIX D 2:00–3:00 pm Economic Consequence Modeling on Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Diseases Yanhong Jin, Rutgers University Bruce McCarl, Texas A&M University (via videoconference) 3:00–3:15 pm Break 3:15–4:15 pm Impact of Zoonotic Disease on Trade and Small- Scale Producers Karl Rich, American University in Cairo (via videoconference) 4:15–5:15 pm The Role of Public–Private Partnerships in Strengthening Food Systems Globally Gary Ades, Safe Supply of Affordable Food Everywhere, Inc. 5:15–5:30 pm Additional Questions and Answers and Closing Remarks 5:30 pm Adjourn MEETING FOUR November 18, 2008 Washington, DC 1:30–1:45 pm Welcome and Introductions Gerald Keusch, committee co-chair 1:45–2:00 pm Presentation Dr. Nirmal Ganguly, former director general, Indian Council of Medical Research 2:00–2:15 pm Committee Question-and-Answer Session with Dr. Ganguly 2:15–2:30 pm Presentation Dr. Mark Smolinski, director, Predict and Prevent Initiative, Google.org

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0 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE TO zOONOTIC DISEASES 2:30–2:45 pm Committee Question-and-Answer Session with Dr. Smolinski 2:45–3:00 pm Wrap-Up and Adjourn MEETING FIVE December 1, 2008 Washington, DC 10:00–10:15 am Welcome and Meeting Objectives Gerald Keusch and Marguerite Pappaioanou, committee co-chairs 10:15–11:30 am Implementation of IHRs David Heymann, Max Hardiman, Michael Ryan, and Paul Gully, WHO (World Health Organization) 11:30 am–12:40 pm Reaction to IHR implementation Alejandro Thiermann (for Bernard Vallat), OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) 12:40–1:15 pm Lunch 1:15–2:30 pm Regulating Companion and Lab Animal Imports Nina Marano, CDC 2:30–3:20 pm Monitoring Wildlife Trade Sheila Einsweiler, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 3:20 pm Adjourn Open Session of Meeting