Appendix B
List of Workshop Participants and Agenda

Workshop on Dual Use Education in the Life Sciences

Polish Academy of Sciences

Staszic Palace

Nowy Świat 72

Warsaw


15–18 November 2009

WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

Name, Organization

Nisreen Al-Hmoud, Royal Scientific Society, Jordan

Sabah Al-Momin, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research, Kuwait

Carl-Gustav Anderson, The National Academies, USAUSA

Mamedyar Azaev, Vector State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, Russia

Spencer Benson, University of Maryland, USA

Louise Bezuidenhout, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Katherine Bowman, The National Academies, USA

Robert Butera, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Brian Carter, Department of State, USA

Vicki Chandler, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, USA

Marie Chevrier, University of Texas at Dallas, USA



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Appendix B List of Workshop Participants and Agenda Workshop on Dual Use Education in the Life Sciences Polish Academy of Sciences Staszic Palace ´ Nowy Swiat 72 Warsaw 15–18 November 2009 WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Name, Organization Nisreen Al­Hmoud, Royal Scientific Society, Jordan Sabah Al­Momin, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research, Kuwait Carl­Gustav Anderson, The National Academies, USA Mamedyar Azaev, Vector State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, Russia Spencer Benson, Uniersity of Maryland, USA Louise Bezuidenhout, Uniersity of Exeter, United Kingdom Katherine Bowman, The National Academies, USA Robert Butera, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Brian Carter, Department of State, USA Vicki Chandler, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, USA Marie Chevrier, Uniersity of Texas at Dallas, USA 

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 APPENDIX B Tech Mean Chua, Asia Pacific Biosafety Association, Singapore John Crowley, United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization, France B. C. Das, Uniersity of Delhi, India Neil Davison, The Royal Society, United Kingdom Clarissa Dirks, The Eergreen State College, USA Adam Fagen, The National Academies, USA Khalid Fares, Moroccan Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Morocco Åke Forsberg, Swedish Defense Research Establishment, Sweden David Franz, Midwest Research Institute, USA Katsu Furukawa, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan Jennifer Gaudioso, Sandia National Laboratories, USA Grzegorz Gawlik, Export Management, Inc., Poland Andrzej Górski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland Anfeng Guo, Beijing Science Technology and Security Center, China Krzysztof Guzik, Jagiellonian Uniersity, Poland Alastair Hay, Uniersity of Leeds, United Kingdom Linda Hecker, Landmark College, USA Sara Heesterbeek, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Netherlands Jo L. Husbands, The National Academies, USA Michael Imperiale, Uniersity of Michigan Medical School, USA Michael Kleiber, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland Pioter Laidler, Jagiellonian Uniersity, Poland Andrzej Legocki, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland Pamela Lupton­Bowers, PLB Consulting, United Kingdom Irma Makalinao, Uniersity of the Philippines, Philippines Giulio Mancini, Landau Network, Italy Seumas Miller, Charles Sturt Uniersity and Australian National University, Australia Piers Millett, BWC Implementation Support Unit, Switzerland Masamichi Minehata, Uniersity of Bradford, United Kingdom Nishal Mohan, Federation of American Scientists, USA Bryan Muñoz Castillo, Inter­American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture, Costa Rica Anwar Nasim, OIC Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH), Pakistan Karen Oates, National Science Foundation, USA Gabriel Ogunmola, Regional Committee for Africa, International Council for Science; and Science and Technology Deelopment Foundation, Nigeria Sergio Jorge Pastrana, Cuban Academy of Sciences, Cuba William Pinard, American Association for the Adancement of Science, USA

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 APPENDIX B Brian Rappert , Exeter Uniersity, United Kingdom James Revill, Uniersity of Bradford, United Kingdom Benjamin Rusek, The National Academies, USA Barbara Schaal, Washington Uniersity; and The National Academies, USA Susan Singer, Carleton College, USA Geoffrey Smith, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Daniel Sordelli, Uniersity of Buenos Aires, Argentina Marek Szczygieł, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland Terence Taylor, International Council for the Life Sciences; and Global Health and Security Initiatie, Nuclear Threat Initiatie, USA Khalid Temsamani, Moroccan Biosafety Association, Morocco Willy Tonui, African Biosafety Association, Kenya Klintsy Torres­Hernández, Mexican Biosafety Association, Mexico Cristina Vargas, Centers for Disease Control and Preention, USA Cindy Vestergaard, Danish Institute of International Studies, Denmark Simon Whitby, Uniersity of Bradford, United Kingdom Henk Zandvoort, Delft Uniersity of Technology, Netherlands Lei Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

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 APPENDIX B WORKSHOP AGENDA Sunday, 15 November Staszic Palace 19:00 Welcome Reception and Dinner Opening remarks from sponsoring organizations • olish Academy of Sciences—Michal Kleiber, President P • .S. National Academy of Sciences—Barbara Schaal, U Vice­President • nterAcademy Panel on International Issues—Sergio I Pastrana, Foreign Secretary, Cuban Academy of Sciences • nternational Union of Biochemistry and Molecular I Biology—Andrzej Legocki, Polish Academy of Sciences • nternational Union of Microbiological Societies— I Daniel Sordelli, President • .S. Department of State—Brian Carter, Biosecurity U Engagement Program Monday, 16 November Staszic Palace 8:00 Registration 9:00–10:45 Plenary Chair: Andrzej Górski, Polish Academy of Sciences • ntroduction to the Forum I — Goals of the Forum—Vicki Chandler, Betty and Gordon Moore Foundation — Concepts and Definitions—Michael Imperiale, University of Michigan • eynote Address: “Insights from the Science of K Learning”—Susan Singer, Carleton College This plenary session will introduce concepts from the science of teaching and learning that can provide the context for developing effective methods of teaching about dual use research issues. Professor Singer’s presentation will draw from the literature on how people learn and on developments in science education research over the last several decades. — Discussion (~30 minutes)

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 APPENDIX B 10:45–11:15 Break 11:15–12:15 Plenary Chair: Andrzej Górski, Polish Academy of Sciences • eynote Address: “Talking to Scientists About Social K Responsibility”— Henk Zandvoort, Delft University of Technology This plenary session will focus on experiences preparing scientists and engineers for social responsibility. Professor Zandvoort’s presentation will incorporate discussion of both the policies and practices of teaching about the ethical aspects of sciences, including examples from the field of synthetic biology. — Discussion (~30 minutes) 12:15–13:15 Lunch 13:15–14:30 Plenary Chair: Sergio Pastrana, Cuban Academy of Sciences • ntroduction of Breakout Session Topics and Tasks for I the Afternoon— Alastair Hay, Leeds University The afternoon’s sessions are intended to provide a baseline summary of activities. This will enable participants to identify gaps and needs in anticipation of the discussions on the next day about how the gaps can be filled and needs met. • o provide a basis for discussion, speakers will T present their research on the current status of dual use education in Europe, Japan, and the United States. Workshop participants may also draw on another background paper by Cheryl Vos on “Available Online Resources.” — “Current Status of Dual Use Education in Europe and Japan” (paper by Giulio Mancini, Masamichi Minehata, James Revill, and Nariyoshi Shinomiya)— Presentation by James Revill, University of Bradford — “Current Status of Dual Use Education in the United States”— Presentation by William Pinard, American Association for the Advancement of Science • nitial discussion, Q&A I

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 APPENDIX B 14:45–17:15 Breakout Session #1 These sessions will expand on the information provided in the plenary and the background papers to provide a more complete picture of what is happening globally. Group A: Chair: David Franz. Rapporteur: Jo Husbands Group B: Chair: Jennifer Gaudioso. Rapporteur: Ben Rusek Group C: Chair: Daniel Sordelli. Rapporteur: Adam Fagen Group D: Chair: Lei Zhang. Rapporteur: Katie Bowman 16:00–16:30 Break (taken during the session) 17:30 Reception and Networking Session (Staszic Palace) The reception will recognize and honor the special contributions by the late Sir Joseph Rotblat and Professor Maciej Nalecz to the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs. Professors Andrzej Górski and Janusz Komender will briefly discuss the contributions to raising awareness among scientists about issues of social responsibility made by these two outstanding members of Polish Pugwash. The networking session is intended to enable participants to share information in an informal environment about their activities and experiences. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their ongoing work related to biosecurity, dual use, and/or education to continue the discussions from the first afternoon and help prepare for the discussions the following day. Tuesday, 17 November Staszic Palace 9:00–10:30 Plenary Chair: Gabriel Ogunmola, Nigerian Academy of Sciences • eports from the Four Working Groups—The R rapporteurs will synthesize the responses and present the consolidated results. • ntroduction of Next Breakout Sessions—Jennifer I Gaudioso, Sandia National Laboratories The breakout sessions will address a series of topics that, taken together, will provide a programme of

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 APPENDIX B action to support widespread implementation of dual use education as part of the training of life scientists. Participants will be divided into 4 groups, with the opportunity to change groups after lunch. • Discussion, Q&A (~30 minutes) 10:30–11:00 Coffee break 11:00–13:00 Breakout Session #2 These breakout sessions will focus on specific topics related to resources and methods for dual use education. Group A: Approaches to engaged teaching and learning (seminars, simulations and role­playing, interactive online approaches, etc.) Chair: Clarissa Dirks. Rapporteur: Louise Bezuidenhout Group B: Teaching materials and curriculum content (topics, types of materials, resources for faculty, etc.) Chair: Alastair Hay. Rapporteur: Sara Heesterbeek Group C: Motiating “students” (policy and ethical issues useful for raising awareness and engaging scientists in dual use problems) Chair: Karen Oates. Rapporteur: Carl Anderson Group D: Preparing faculty (train­the­trainer, summer institutes, networks, etc.) Chair: Spencer Benson. Rapporteur: Cristina Vargas 13:00–14:00 Lunch 14:00–15:15 Plenary Chair: Lei Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences This session will offer a demonstration of two new projects that offer examples of Internet resources that could be of interest to many participants. • Virtual Biosecurity Center”—Nishal Mohan, “ Federation of American Scientists • Bradford University Train­the­Trainer Project”—Simon “ Whitby, University of Bradford • iscussion and Q&A (~30 minutes) D

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0 APPENDIX B 15:15–17:15 Breakout Session #3 These breakout sessions will focus on issues that must be addressed to enable dual use education to be implemented widely as part of the education of life scientists. Group A: Including dual use issues in existing education/ training programs (bioethics, biosafety, responsible conduct of research) Chair: Marie Chevrier. Rapporteur: Giulio Mancini Group B: Deeloping models to foster and support education/ training (centers of excellence, regional networks, virtual networks, clearinghouses) Chair: Seumas Miller. Rapporteur: Nishal Mohan Group C: Promoting and sustaining dual use issues by scientific organizations (scientific societies, scientific unions, academies of sciences) Chair: Sergio Pastrana. Rapporteur: Neil Davison Group D: Engaging the scientific community in dual use education (engaging faculty and institutional leadership) Chair: Khalid Temsamani. Rapporteur: Robert Butera 16:00–16:30 Break (taken during breakout session) 19:00 Conference dinner (Café Zamek, Pl. Zamkowy 4) Wednesday, 18 November Staszic Palace 9:00–10:45 Plenary Chair: Geoffrey Smith, Imperial College London • ummary of Breakout Sessions from Tuesday S • eports from the Rapporteurs of the Eight Breakout R Sessions • iscussion (~30 minutes) D 10:45–11:15 Coffee break

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 APPENDIX B 11:15–12:30 Plenary: Summary of the Meeting Chair: Vicki Chandler, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation • Discussion of Lessons/Next Steps • Suggestions for the Workshop Report 12:30 Meeting Adjourns/Informal Lunch

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