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--> Appendix C Workshop on the Adequacy of the CCEP for Evaluating Individuals Potentially Exposed to Nerve Agents: Agenda and Speakers List NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE December 3, 1996 Foundry Building FO-2004, Georgetown Agenda 10:00–10:15 Welcome/Purpose and Conduct of the Workshop Dr. Dan Blazer, Chair, Committee on the Evaluation of the DoD Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program for Persian Gulf Veterans 10:15–12:00 Workshop Session I—Issues regarding the CCEP Dr. Raymond Chung, Origins/Background Dr. Charles Engel, Mental Health Dr. Andrew Dutka, Neurologic Conditions Dr. Timothy Cooper, Pain Dr. Anthony Amato, Neuromuscular Symptoms Dr. Kurt Kroenke, Diagnostic Approach/Generalized Symptoms 12:00–1:00 Lunch in meeting room 1:00–2:45 Workshop Session II—Issues regarding organophosphates, anticholinesterases and nerve agents Dr. Peter Spencer, Neurotoxicology of organophosphates Dr. Robert MacPhail, Behavioral toxicology of organophosphates and pyridostigmine
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--> Dr. Robert Gum, Possible health effects in humans from low level exposure to nerve agents Dr. Bhupendra P. Doctor, Endogenous detoxification of sarin 2:45–3:00 Break 3:00–4:45 Workshop Session III—Issues regarding neurological testing protocols Neurophysiological testing Dr. Eva Feldman Dr. David Cornblath Neurobehavioral and neurocognitive testing Dr. Kent Anger Dr. Roberta White 4:45–5:00 Break 5:00–6:30 Workshop Session IV—Moderated Discussion Dr. Dan Blazer, Moderator Dr. Richard Johnson Dr. Arthur Asbury Dr. David Janowsky 6:30 Workshop adjourns
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--> Speakers List December 3, 1996 Foundry Building, Georgetown Anthony A. Amato, M.D. University of Texas San Antonio Department of Neurology and Medicine W. Kent Anger, Ph.D. Associate Director for Occupational Research and Health Promotion Oregon Health Sciences University Portland Arthur Asbury, M.D. Van Meter Professor of Neurology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Col. Raymond Chung Gulf War Health Center Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC Lt. Col. Timothy W. Cooper, M.D. Infectious Disease Service 74th Medical Group Hospital Wright Patterson AFB, OH David Cornblath, M.D. Pathology Department Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, MD Bhupendra Doctor, M.D. Director, Division of Biochemistry Walter Reed Institute of Research Washington, DC Capt. Andrew J. Dutka, M.D. Neurology Service National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD Maj. Charles C. Engel, Jr., M.D. Chief, Gulf War Health Center Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington, DC Eva Feldman, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Neurology University of Michigan Ann Arbor Lt. Col. Robert Gum, M.D. Chief, Chemical Casualty Care Office U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD David Janowsky, M.D. Department of Psychiatry University of North Carolina Neurosciences Hospital Chapel Hill
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--> Richard Johnson, M.D. Director Department of Neurology Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore, MD Col. Kurt Kroenke, M.D. General Internist Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences Bethesda, MD Robert C. MacPhail, Ph.D. Neurotoxicology Division Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, NC Peter S. Spencer, Ph.D. Director Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health Sciences University Portland Roberta White, Ph.D. Environmental Hazards Center Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Boston
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