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symposium on the topic for the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Her clinical experience at SFSU includes assessing patients and groups of workers exposed to neurotoxins.

Jeffrey I. Daniels, D.Env., is Risk Sciences Group Leader, Health and Ecological Assessment Division, Earth and Environmental Sciences Directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His expertise is risk assessment and his research involves the potential human health risks from contaminated environmental media, including air, water, soil, vegetation, and the development of a coupled chemical/biological system to degrade high explosives in demilitarization waste water. He is Past-President of the Northern California Chapter of the Society for Risk Analysis.

Craig A. DeAtley, B.S., P.A. is Director of the Emergency Medical Services Program, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine and Health Care Sciences Program, and CoDirector for Hazmat Medical Services, George Washington University. He is also Deputy Medical Director, Flight Medic and SWAT Medic, Fairfax County Police; Medical Specialist, Metropolitan Medical Strike Team DC-1 (PHS-sponsored NBC responders in Washington, D.C. area); and EMS Captain, Fairfax Fire and Rescue. He serves on the editorial boards of Rescue EMS News and Prehospital and Disaster Medicine.

Lewis Goldfrank, M.D., FACMT, FACP, FACEP is Director of Emergency Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, Bellevue Medical Center. He is the medical director of the New York City Poison Control Center. Dr. Goldfrank served as president of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine and chairs the American Board of Emergency Medicine's Subboard on Medical Toxicology. He is coeditor of the Agency for Toxic Substances Disease Registry's Medical Guidelines for Managing Hazmat Incidents, and senior editor of Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies, a standard text in medical toxicology.

Jerome M. Hauer, M.H.S., is Director, Office of Emergency Management, City of New York. He previously was Director of Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Mangement for the State of Indiana. He also directed Hazmat response, crisis management, and fire safety for IBM. He is a former Army Captain assigned to the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and past Chair of the U.S. Earthquake Consortium. Hauer also served on the U.S. Geological Survey ad hoc working group on earthquake-related caualties. He currently serves on the FBI Scientific Advisory Council on Hazardous Materials Response.

Karen Larson, Ph.D., is a Toxicologist, Office of Toxic Substances, Washington (State) Department of Health. A molecular biologist, Dr. Larson is the Washington Health Department's liaison with the state emergency planning agency, advising on methods of detection, protection, and treatment in real and hypothetical chemical or biological disasters.

Joshua Lederberg, Ph.D., is Sackler Foundation Scholar, Rockerfeller University and Nobel laureate molecular biologist. Dr. Lederberg serves on the NIH Advisory Panel and Defense Science Board, as an advisor to U.S. Marines Chemical/Biological Incident Response Force,

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