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14 APPENDIX A Program Collaboration and Communication: Airport Roles in Reducing Transmission of Communicable Diseases Russ Jones, MPH, Tarrant County Public Health, Fort Worth, Texas DallasâFort Worth International Airport 2014 Ebola Response Deb Helton, DallasâFort Worth International Airport Dustin Jaynes, DallasâFort Worth International Airport High Infectious Diseases at an International Airport 2003â2018 Walter Gaber, M.D., Frankfurt International Airport Partnerships and Other Practical Measures to Manage the Risk of Disease Transmission Through Air Travel Ansa Jordaan, M.D., Aviation Medicine Section, International Civil Aviation Organization PHX and Maricopa County Public HealthâPartners in Preparedness Rebecca Sunenshine, M.D., FIDSA, Maricopa County Public Health, Phoenix, Arizona Christopher Rausch, ACE, Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona Airport & Public Health Partnerships: Success in Communicable Disease Response Planning Amy Sullivan, Washington State Department of Health Kori Nobel, Port of Portland, Oregon Airport roles in reducing trAnsmission of communicAble diseAses Organized by the Airport Cooperative Research Program Transportation Research Board March 6â7, 2018 National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. summAry Airport and public health professionals addressed key challenges and issues facing the aviation sector to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases. The program for the event is available online at http://www.trb.org/ ACRP/ACRP-Insight-Event-Diseases.aspx. presentAtions Delaying the Inevitable: Lessons Learned from Ebola Airport Screening Petra Illig, M.D., Aviation Medical Services Public Health Perspectives: Coordinating the Response to Imported Infectious Disease Threats in New York City Marcelle Layton, M.D., New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Interconnected and Independent: Anticipating Infectious Disease Risks in an Increasingly Mobile World Kamran Khan, M.D., University of Toronto