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Registered Attendees

Amy Altman

Luminex Corporation

Jessica Appler

Department of Homeland Security

Hazel Bailey

Government Accounting Office

Andrew Bartko

Battelle Memorial Institute

Linda Beck

Department of Homeland Security

Steven Bennett

Department of Homeland Security

Laura Biesiadecki

National Association of County and City Health Officials

Jeffrey Bigongiari

CBRNe World

Ava-Gay Blagrove

New York City Health

Cynthia Boston

PathSensors, Inc.

Debora Boyle

The Tauri Group—BioWatch SETA

Cindy Bruckner-Lea

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Wayne Bryden

WA Bryden Consulting

Charles Burrus

Metropolitan Transit Authority/New York CityTransit



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D Registered Attendees Amy Altman Jeffrey Bigongiari Luminex Corporation CBRNe World Jessica Appler Ava-Gay Blagrove Department of Homeland New York City Health Security Cynthia Boston Hazel Bailey PathSensors, Inc. Government Accounting Office Debora Boyle The Tauri Group––BioWatch Andrew Bartko SETA Battelle Memorial Institute Cindy Bruckner-Lea Linda Beck Pacific Northwest National Department of Homeland Laboratory Security Wayne Bryden Steven Bennett WA Bryden Consulting Department of Homeland Security Charles Burrus Metropolitan Transit Laura Biesiadecki Authority/New York National Association of CityTransit County and City Health Officials 135

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136 TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE AUTONOMOUS DETECTION FOR BIOWATCH Patrick Byrne Donald Eby Department of Health and Booz Allen Hamilton Human Services Eric Eisenstadt Kathryn Callahan Private Citizen Department of Homeland Security Gerald Epstein Department of Homeland Thomas Cebula Security Johns Hopkins University Seth Faith Carol Chapman Battelle Memorial Institute Department of Homeland Security Michael Farrell Centers for Disease Control Ari Cohen and Prevention Department of Defense Jeffrey Faszcza Rita R. Colwell Catalyst Partners University of Maryland, College Park Erik Fiske Johns Hopkins University Department of Homeland Security Tod Companion Department of Homeland Eric Gard Security Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Bernard Courtney The Tauri Group Alexander Garza FirstWatch, Inc. David Cullin FLIR Systems Jane Getchell Association of Public Health Ken Damer Laboratories Northrop Grumman Alison Graziano Chris Detter The Tauri Group Los Alamos National Laboratory David Hanlon Quanterix

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APPENDIX D 137 Manzour Hazbon Stevan Jovanovich Private Citizen IntegenX Yair Hazi Robert Kadlec HWC BioWatch SPO RPK Consulting J. Jerome Holton Jordan Kanter The Tauri Group Executive Office of the President Karen House Aberdeen Proving Ground Ivor Knight Canon U.S. Life Sciences Scott Hughes New York City Public Health Charles Kolb Laboratory Aerodyne Research, Inc. Anne Hultgren Kristin Korte Department of Homeland FLIR Security David LaVan Rabih Jabbour National Institute of Standards Private Citizen and Technology Diane Jamrog Matthew Lesho Lincoln Laboratory Luminex Corporation Massachusetts Institute of Technology Beth Maldin Morgenthau New York City Department of Malcolm Johns Health and Mental Department of Homeland Hygiene Security Irene March Rudolph Johnson The Tauri Group Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Raymond Mariella, Jr. Lawrence Livermore National Franca Jones Laboratory Executive Office of the President Mickey McCarter Homeland Security Today

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138 TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE AUTONOMOUS DETECTION FOR BIOWATCH Atelia McClelland Erica Pan Hassett Willis and Company Alameda County Public Health Department Suzet McKinney Chicago Department of Public Andreea Paulopol Health U.S. Department of State Toby Merlin David Persse Centers for Disease Control City of Houston and Prevention Sally Phillips Stephen Morse Department of Homeland Columbia University Security William Niu John Plante UTC Aerospace System Chicago Transit Authority M. Allen Northrup Don Prosnitz Northrup Consulting Group Private Citizen Joanne Michelle Ocampo William Raub Georgetown University Department of Health and Human Services Michael O’Keefe The Tauri Group—BioWatch Gary Resnick SETA IGR Consulting Ted Olsen Alan Rudolph PathSensors Department of Homeland Security Kristin Omberg Los Alamos National Jeffrey Runge Laboratory The Chertoff Group William O’Neill Paul Schaudies U.S. Postal Sevice GenArraytion, Inc. Zheng Ouyang Mark Scheckelhoff Purdue University Department of Homeland Security

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APPENDIX D 139 Amy Scheuer Courtney Tauscher Department of Homeland Department of Homeland Security Security Jeffery Schloss David Tilles National Human Genome Northrop Grumman Research Institute John Vitko Umair Shah Private Citizen Harris County Public Health and Environmental Bruce Voelker Services Aberdeen Proving Ground Sushil Sharma Michael Walter General Accounting Ofiice Department of Homeland Security Jeanette Simpson Pathsensors Claire Wells Department of Homeland Thomas Slezak Security Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory S. J. Whidden Private Citizen Sandra Smole Massachusetts Department of Wayne Willis Public Health Hassett Willis and Company A. Peter Snyder Lewis Wogan Private Citizen Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Tim Stephens National Sheriffs Association Brian Young Battelle Memorial Institute Colin Stimmler New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Appavu Sundaram Private Citizen

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