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Airport Roles in Reducing Transmission of Communicable Diseases (2019)

Chapter: Appendix B - Invited Speakers and Attendees

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Invited Speakers and Attendees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Airport Roles in Reducing Transmission of Communicable Diseases. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25367.
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15 APPENDIX B Invited Speakers and Attendees Emily Bailey Duke University Durham, North Carolina Utpala Bandy Rhode Island Department of Health Providence, Rhode Island Ibrahim Bani Emory University Leesburg, Virginia Leila Barraza Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Tucson, Arizona Pat Baylis United Airlines Chicago, Illinois Richard Bonnett Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Fire and Rescue Department Washington, D.C. Jinny Bromberg Bromberg & Associates Hamtramck, Michigan Clive Brown Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia Edward Bushman Los Angeles World Airports Sharon Carr Occupational Safety and Health Administration Washington, D.C. Christina Chommanard Alexandria Health Department Alexandria, Virginia InvIted SpeakerS Capt. Martin Cetron, M.D., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Dr. Petra Illig, Aviation Medical Services of Alaska Dr. Marcelle Layton, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Dr. Kamran Khan, University of Toronto Russ Jones, MPH, Tarrant County Public Health Deb Helton, Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport Dustin Jaynes, Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport Dr. Walter Gaber, Frankfurt International Airport Dr. Ansa Jordaan, Aviation Medicine Section, International Civil Aviation Organization Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, FIDSA, Maricopa County Public Health Christopher Rausch, ACE, Sky Harbor International Airport Dr. Amy Sullivan, Washington State Department of Health Kori Nobel, Port of Portland attendeeS Jeral Ahtone American Airlines Meredith Allen Association of State and Territorial Health Officials Arlington, Virginia Francisco Alvarado-Ramy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia Paulo Magalhaes Alves MedAire, Inc. Phoenix, Arizona Senanu Ashiabor IML Consulting Centreville, Virginia

1 6 R E D U C I N G T R A N S M I S S I O N O F C O M M U N I C A B L E D I S E A S E S Andrew Chou Consultant Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Jim Chung Air Canada Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Kathryn Como-Sabetti Minnesota Department of Health Saint Paul, Minnesota Matt Cornelius Airports Council International–North America Washington, D.C. James M. Crites James M. Crites LLC Fort Worth, Texas Terrence Daley Transportation Public Health Preparedness Consultants LLC Lithonia, Georgia Gary Davis Reagan National Airport Washington, D.C. Kristin DeBord U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Washington, D.C. Breanna Detwiler Eastern Research Group (ERG) Arlington, Virginia Daniel Early Booz Allen Hamilton Washington, D.C. Kristen Rosdahl Ehresmann Minnesota Department of Health Saint Paul, Minnesota Bart Elias Congressional Research Service Washington, D.C. Hussein Ezzeldin Food and Drug Administration, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, Office of Biostatistics and Epidemiology Silver Spring, Maryland Barent Fake Executive Advisors/IDEA Fairfax Station, Virginia Todd Felix Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Christopher Gay Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport Emma Fine National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Washington, D.C. Adriana Glenn George Washington University/Alexandria Health Department Fairfax, Virginia Paul Greiner Austin–Bergstrom International Airport Austin, Texas Matthew Griffin Airport Consultants Council Alexandria, Virginia Matthew Grossman Affiliation not available Rebecca Hall Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy University of Arizona College of Pharmacy Tucson, Arizona Regina Hawkins Association of State and Territorial Health Officials Arlington, Virginia Chad Heflin International Air Transport Association Washington, D.C. Jonathan Hill Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia Augustus Hudson Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta, Georgia

A P P E N D I X B : I N V I T E D S P E A K E R S A N D A T T E N D E E S 17 Gina Jayawan University of Maryland College Park, Maryland Bruce Jeffries Georgia Department of Public Health Atlanta, Georgia Robynne Jungerman Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia Candace Kolander Air Line Pilots Association, International Herndon, Virginia Barbara Kostuk Airlines for America (A4A) Washington, D.C. Ellen Laine Minnesota Department of Health Saint Paul, Minnesota Molly Laster U.S. Government Accountability Office Seattle, Washington Gabriel Lemarc Affiliation not available Tamara Mahal Chicago Department of Aviation Chicago, Illinois Geoff Manaugh Freelance writer Los Angeles, California Angie Maxted New York State Department of Health Albany, New York Katie McCoy Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport Page Miller Shoreland/Travax Arlington, Virginia Julie Morita Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago, Illinois Stephanie Murphy Tidal Basin Government Consulting Alexandria, Virginia Alex Naar Federal Aviation Administration Washington, D.C. Amy Nevel Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Department of Health and Human Services Washington, D.C. Kate Huggins Nicholson Ikana Media New York, New York Miguel Ocana Division of Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Washington, D.C. Arlene Pericak George Washington University Fairfax, Virginia Roger Porocott Affiliation not available Greg Principato National Aeronautic Association Washington, D.C. Vincenzo Procopio Department of Health and Human Services Washington, D.C. Daniela Quilliam Rhode Island Department of Health Providence, Rhode Island Timothy Riecker Emergency Preparedness Solutions LLC Utica, New York Carol Rogers United Airlines Chicago, Illinois Kimberly Rogers Division of Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia

1 8 R E D U C I N G T R A N S M I S S I O N O F C O M M U N I C A B L E D I S E A S E S Audilis Sanchez Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Dulles, Virginia Ramon Sanchez Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts Jon Shriber Affiliation not available Jarnail Singh Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Benjamin Sipiora Chicago Department of Aviation Chicago, Illinois Denise Sockwell Virginia Department of Health Fairfax, Virginia Carlos E. Staff Civil Aviation Authority of Panama Amethyst Clare Surpris Karna LLC Sterling, Virginia Ian Todreas Eastern Research Group (ERG) Boston, Massachusetts Wagahta Tsadik Passport Health Washington, D.C. Naomi Tucker Columbus Public Health Columbus, Ohio Nicola Twilley Self-employed Los Angeles, California Maxwell Unterhalter Eastern Research Group (ERG) Boston, Massachusetts Rusty Tyson RTCPA Rochester, New York Juliana Urrego Shoreland/Travax Arlington, Virginia Bethany Vance Shoreland/Travax Arlington, Virginia Dagmar Vitek Salt Lake County Health Department Salt Lake City, Utah Matthew Walter Department of Homeland Security Washington, D.C. John Wilhelmi Eastern Research Group (ERG) Boston, Massachusetts Mary Wilson University of California, San Francisco Naoki Yanagisawa Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts

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TRB's Conference Proceedings 55: Airport Roles in Reducing Transmission of Communicable Diseases summarizes a 2-day Insight Event convened by the Airport Cooperative Research Program and its Insight contractor, Eastern Research Group, Inc., March 6 and 7, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The event addressed four subtopics: risk management, stakeholders, communications, and infrastructure. Discussions centered on the roles of airports in reducing transmission of communicable diseases. Speakers represented the federal government, domestic and foreign airports, local public health agencies, an international aviation organization, and academia. The conference proceedings focused largely on strategies, best practices, and suggestions that pertain specifically to airports and transmission of communicable diseases, as identified by the invited speakers.

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