Appendix D

Workshop Agenda

Issues Raised, Lessons Learned, and Paths Forward for
Dual-Use Research in the Life Sciences:
The H5N1 Research Controversy—A Workshop

20 F Street, NW Conference Center
Washington, DC 20001
May 1, 2012

8:00 Continental Breakfast
     
8:30 Welcome:

Harvey Fineberg, Institute of Medicine

     
8:35 Introduction:

Workshop Planning Committee Co-Chairs


   

David Relman, Stanford University and VA Palo Alto Health Care System

David Korn, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

     
8:40 Session 1: The Ongoing Revolution in the Life Sciences and Associated Technologies
     
  Moderator:

David Baltimore, California Institute of Technology

     
  Speaker:

Roger Brent, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

     


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Appendix D Workshop Agenda Issues Raised, Lessons Learned, and Paths Forward for Dual-Use Research in the Life Sciences: The H5N1 Research Controversy—A Workshop 20 F Street, NW Conference Center Washington, DC 20001 May 1, 2012 8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcome: Harvey Fineberg, Institute of Medicine 8:35 Introduction: Workshop Planning Committee Co-Chairs David Relman, Stanford University and   VA Palo Alto Health Care System David Korn, Massachusetts General Hospital   and Harvard Medical School 8:40 Session 1: The Ongoing Revolution in the Life Sciences and Associated Technologies Moderator: David Baltimore, California Institute of Technology Speaker: Roger Brent, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 101

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102 PERSPECTIVES ON RESEARCH WITH H5N1 AVIAN INFLUENZA Commentators:  D. Kerr, National Counterproliferation Lawrence Center, Office of the Director of National Intelligence Joe Palca, National Public Radio 9:30 Discussion with Participants 10:00 Break 10:15 Session 2: Two Case Studies from Conceptualization to Dissemination of Findings with Consideration of Plausible Points of Intervention and Decision-Making Moderator: Alice Huang, California Institute of Technology Speakers: 1918 Spanish Flu Reconstruction: Jeffery K. Taubenberger, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health H5N1 Avian Influenza: Robert G. Webster, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 11:15 Discussion with Participants 12:00 Lunch 1:15 Session 3: Roundtable Discussion on the Nature of the Social Contract Moderator: Harold T. Shapiro, Princeton University Speakers: Ruth L. Berkelman, Emory University Robert Cook-Deegan, Duke University Gregory E. Kaebnick, The Hastings Center Daniel J. Kevles, Yale University Carl Zimmer, Frequent Contributor, The New York Times

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APPENDIX D 103 2:15 Discussion with Participants 3:00 Break 3:15 Session 4: Roundtable Discussion on Governance, Oversight, and the Path Forward Moderator: Lawrence O. Gostin, Georgetown University Speakers: Ann Arvin, Stanford University Anthony S. Fauci, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health David Franz, United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (retired) David Heymann, U.K. Health Protection Agency Piers Millet, United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs’ Implementation Support Unit 4:15 Discussion with Participants 5:00 Wrap-Up: Workshop Planning Committee Co-Chairs David Relman, Stanford University and   VA Palo Alto Health Care System David Korn, Massachusetts General Hospital   and Harvard Medical School 5:15 Adjourn

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