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54 APPenDix A Symposium Agenda research on the transmIssIon of dIsease In aIrPorts and on aIrcraft: a symPosIum September 17â18, 2009 Washington, D.C. Day 1âStarting at 8:30 a.m. and concluding at 5:00 p.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks Katherine Andrus, Air Transport Association, Symposium Planning Committee Chair Christine Gerencher, Transportation Research Board Session 1 Understanding How Disease Is Transmitted via Air Travel Katherine Andrus, Air Transport Association, Moderator â¢ How Infectious Disease SpreadsâMichael Bell, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention â¢ The Aircraft Cabin EnvironmentâJeanne Yu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes â¢ Human Movement Patterns and the Spread of Infectious DiseasesâBen Cooper, U.K. Health Protection Agency Session 2 Practical Case-Response Approaches to Investigating the Spread of Disease in Airports and on Aircraft John neatherlin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Moderator â¢ Norovirus Transmission on AircraftâDan Fishbein, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention â¢ Investigations of Tuberculosis on AircraftâKaren Marienau, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention â¢ Swine Flu A/H1N1 Transmission Via the Aviation SectorâItamar Grotto, Israel Ministry of Health Session 3 Theoretical Modeling Approaches to Investigating the Spread of Disease in Airports and on Aircraft Jennifer Topmiller, national institute of occupational Safety and Health, Moderator â¢ Summarizing Exposure Patterns on Commercial AircraftâJames S. Bennett, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health â¢ Advance Models for Predicting Contaminants and Infectious Disease Virus Transport in the Airliner Cabin environmentâYan Chen, Purdue University, and Byron Jones, Kansas State University â¢ Quantitative Microbial Risk AssessmentâJoan Rose, Center for Advanced Microbial Risk Assessment
55SYMPoSiUM AGenDA Session 4 Experimental âBench Scienceâ Approaches to Investigating the Spread of Disease in Airports and on Aircraft Jack Spengler, Harvard School of Public Health, Moderator â¢ Airport-Related Biological and Chemical Transport of Infectious DiseasesâRichard Sextro, Lawrence Berkeley Labs â¢ Disinfection and Production Rates of VirusesâJames McDevitt, Harvard School of Public Health, and Don Milton, University of Maryland â¢ The Role of Fomites in the Transmission of Pathogens in Airports and on AircraftâCharles Gerba, University of Arizona End-of-Day Wrap-Up Discussion Day 2âStarting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. Session 5 Policies and Planning to Minimize the Spread of Disease Ben Cooper, U.K. Health Protection Agency, Moderator â¢ Transmission Patterns of Mosquito-Borne Infectious Diseases During Air Travel: Passengers, Pathogens, and Public Health implicationsâJames Diaz, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center â¢ Airline Policies and Procedures to Minimize the Spread of DiseasesâRose Ong, Cathay Pacific Airways â¢ The Practical Application of the World Health Organization Travel Recommendations: Some Observationsâ Tony Evans, International Civil Aviation Organization Session 6 Discussion of Topics for Future Research Summary, Comments, Next Steps Katherine Andrus, Air Transport Association, Symposium Planning Committee Chair Christine Gerencher, Transportation Research Board Symposium Conclusion