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Conducting Biosocial Surveys: Collecting, Storing, Accessing, and Protecting Biospecimens and Biodata Appendix B Participants in the Workshop on Collecting, Storing, Protecting, and Accessing Biological Data Collected in Social Surveys NOVEMBER 17–18, 2008 John Abowd, Cornell University Paul S. Appelbaum, Columbia University Timothy J. Beebe, Mayo College of Medicine Partha Bhattacharyya, National Institute on Aging Stephen J. Blumberg, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Laura Branden, Westat Michelle Brotzman, Westat Somnath Chatterji, World Health Organization George M. Church, Harvard Medical School Ellen Wright Clayton, Vanderbilt University George T. Duncan, Carnegie Mellon University Henry T. Greely, Stanford University Myron P. Gutmann, University of Michigan John Haaga, National Institute on Aging Elizabeth Hamilton, National Institute on Aging Jennifer Harris, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo, and Consultant to the National Institute on Aging Kathie Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina Robert M. Hauser, University of Wisconsin John Milburn Jessup, National Cancer Institute Clifford Johnson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Murat Kantarcioglu, University of Texas Alan F. Karr, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
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Conducting Biosocial Surveys: Collecting, Storing, Accessing, and Protecting Biospecimens and Biodata Jonathan King, National Institute on Aging Bartha M. Knoppers, University of Montreal Barbara A. Koenig, Mayo College of Medicine Laura Levit, Institute of Medicine Stacy Tessler Lindau, University of Chicago Jennifer H. Madans, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Karen J. Maschke, Hastings Center James W. McNally, University of Michigan Geraldine M. McQuillan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sharyl Nass, Institute of Medicine Lis Nielsen, National Institute on Aging Randall J. Olsen, Ohio State University Georgeanne Patmios, National Institute on Aging John Phillips, National Institute on Aging Jerome P. Reiter, Duke University Jeanne Rosenthal, Westat Jane Schulman, Westat Leslie Shaw, University of Pennsylvania Kathi Shea, SeraCare, Inc. Sherry Sherman, National Institute on Aging Janet M. Eisenhauer Smith, University of Wisconsin, Madison Mary Fran Sowers, University of Michigan Erica Spotts, National Institute on Aging Barbara Stanley, Columbia University Richard Suzman, National Institute on Aging Holly Taylor, Johns Hopkins University Melissa Thomas, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Arti Varanasi, Westat Ulyana Vjugina, American Society of Hematology Robert B. Wallace, University of Iowa Maxine Weinstein, Georgetown University Alan Westin, Columbia University (emeritus) Louise Wideroff, National Cancer Institute Gooloo Wunderlich, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education