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Safeguarding the Bioeconomy (2020)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participating Boards." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Safeguarding the Bioeconomy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25525.
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PARTICIPATING BOARDS

BOARD ON LIFE SCIENCES

JAMES P. COLLINS, Chair, Arizona State University

A. ALONSO AGUIRRE, George Mason University

ENRIQUETA C. BOND, Burroughs Wellcome Fund

DOMINIQUE BROSSARD, University of Wisconsin–Madison

ROGER D. CONE, University of Michigan

NANCY D. CONNELL, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security

SEAN M. DECATUR, Kenyon College

JOSEPH R. ECKER, Salk Institute for Biological Studies

SCOTT V. EDWARDS, Harvard University

GERALD L. EPSTEIN, National Defense University

ROBERT J. FULL, University of California, Berkeley

ELIZABETH HEITMAN, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

MARY E. MAXON, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

ROBERT NEWMAN, Independent Consultant

STEPHEN J. O’BRIEN, Nova Southeastern University

CLAIRE POMEROY, Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation

MARY E. POWER, University of California, Berkeley

SUSAN RUNDELL SINGER, Rollins College

LANA SKIRBOLL, Sanofi

DAVID R. WALT, Harvard Medical School

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participating Boards." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Safeguarding the Bioeconomy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25525.
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Staff

FRANCES SHARPLES, Director

KATIE BOWMAN, Senior Program Officer

ANDREA HODGSON, Program Officer

JO HUSBANDS, Senior Scholar

KEEGAN SAWYER, Senior Program Officer

AUDREY THEVENON, Program Officer

STEVEN M. MOSS, Associate Program Officer

JESSICA DE MOUY, Senior Program Assistant

KOSSANA YOUNG, Senior Program Assistant

BOARD ON AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES

CHARLES W. RICE, Chair, Kansas State University

SHANE C. BURGESS, University of Arizona

SUSAN M. CAPALBO, Oregon State University

GAIL L. CZARNECKI-MAULDEN, Nestlé Purina Pet Care

GEBISA EJETA, Purdue University

JAMES S. FAMIGLIETTI, University of Saskatchewan

FRED GOULD, North Carolina State University

DOUGLAS B. JACKSON-SMITH, The Ohio State University

JAMES W. JONES, University of Florida

STEPHEN S. KELLEY, North Carolina State University

JAN E. LEACH, Colorado State University

JILL J. McCLUSKEY, Washington State University

KAREN I. PLAUT, Purdue University

JIM E. RIVIERE, Kansas State University

Staff

ROBIN SCHOEN, Director

KARA LANEY, Senior Program Officer

CAMILLA YANDOC ABLES, Senior Program Officer

JENNA BRISCOE, Research Associate

SARAH KWON, Program Assistant

BOARD ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND ECONOMIC POLICY

ADAM B. JAFFE, Chair, Brandeis University

NOEL BAKHTIAN, Idaho National Laboratory

JEFF BINGAMAN, U.S. Senate (retired)

BRENDA J. DIETRICH, Cornell University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participating Boards." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Safeguarding the Bioeconomy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25525.
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BRIAN G. HUGHES, HBN Shoe, LLC

ADRIANNA KUGLER, Georgetown University

ARATI PRABHAKAR, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (retired)

KATHRYN L. SHAW, Stanford University

SCOTT STERN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

JOHN C. WALL, Cummins, Inc. (retired)

Staff

GAIL E. COHEN, Executive Director

DAVID DIERKSHEIDE, Program Officer

ANITA EISENSTADT, Program Officer

STEVEN KENDALL, Program Officer

FRED LESTINA, Research Associate

CLARA SAVAGE, Financial Officer

BOARD ON HEALTH SCIENCES POLICY

JEFFREY KAHN, Chair, Johns Hopkins University

DAVID BLAZES, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

ROBERT CALIFF, Duke University

ARAVINDA CHAKRAVARTI, New York University

R. ALTA CHARO, University of Wisconsin–Madison

LINDA HAWES CLEVER, California Pacific Medical Center

BARRY S. COLLER, The Rockefeller University

BERNARD A. HARRIS, Vesalius Ventures

MARTHA N. HILL, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

FRANCES E. JENSEN, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

PATRICIA A. KING, Georgetown University Law Center

STORY C. LANDIS, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

FRANK R. LIN, Johns Hopkins Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health

SUZET M. McKINNEY, Illinois Medical District

BRAY PATRICK-LAKE, Duke Clinical Research Institute

LYNNE D. RICHARDSON, Mount Sinai Health System

DIETRAM SCHEUFELE, University of Wisconsin–Madison

UMAIR A. SHAH, Harris County Public Health

ROBYN I. STONE, LeadingAge

SHARON TERRY, Genetic Alliance

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participating Boards." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Safeguarding the Bioeconomy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25525.
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Staff

ANDREW M. POPE, Senior Board Director

SCOTT WOLLEK, Senior Program Officer

MARIAM SHELTON, Research Associate

FORUM ON CYBER RESILIENCE

DR. FRED SCHNEIDER, Chair, Cornell University

YAIR AMIR, Johns Hopkins University

BOB BLAKLEY, Citigroup

FRED CATE, Indiana University

KATHERINE CHARLET, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

DAVID CLARK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

RICHARD DANZIG, Center for a New American Security

ERIC GROSSE, Independent Consultant

PAUL KOCHER, Cryptography Research, Inc.

BUTLES LAMPSON, Microsoft Corporation

SUSAN LANDAU, Tufts University

JOHN LAUNCHBURY, Galois, Inc.

STEVEN B. LIPNER, Independent Consultant

JOHN MANFERDELLI, Northeastern University

DEIRDRE K. MULLIGAN, University of California, Berkeley

AUDREY PLONK, Intel Corporation

TONY SAGER, Center for Internet Security

PETER SWIRE, Georgia Institute of Technology

PARISA TABRIZ, Google, Inc.

MARY ELLEEN ZURKO, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory

Staff

LYNETTE I. MILLETT, Director

KATIRIA ORTIZ, Associate Program Officer

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participating Boards." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Safeguarding the Bioeconomy. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25525.
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Research and innovation in the life sciences is driving rapid growth in agriculture, biomedical science, information science and computing, energy, and other sectors of the U.S. economy. This economic activity, conceptually referred to as the bioeconomy, presents many opportunities to create jobs, improve the quality of life, and continue to drive economic growth. While the United States has been a leader in advancements in the biological sciences, other countries are also actively investing in and expanding their capabilities in this area. Maintaining competitiveness in the bioeconomy is key to maintaining the economic health and security of the United States and other nations.

Safeguarding the Bioeconomy evaluates preexisting and potential approaches for assessing the value of the bioeconomy and identifies intangible assets not sufficiently captured or that are missing from U.S. assessments. This study considers strategies for safeguarding and sustaining the economic activity driven by research and innovation in the life sciences. It also presents ideas for horizon scanning mechanisms to identify new technologies, markets, and data sources that have the potential to drive future development of the bioeconomy.

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