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Participant List for NIMBioS Working Group:

Modeling Low Dose Exposure to Inhalation Anthrax

ParticipantAffiliationExpertiseMeetings
Judy Day* Univ. of Tennessee, Dept. of MathematicsMathematics (Mathematical modeling of host response to infectious diseases)1,2,3
Vitaly Ganusov Univ. of Tennessee, Dept. of MicrobiologyBiology (Mathematical modeling & data analysis)1,2,3
Brad GuttingU.S. Navy, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren DivisionToxicology (Immunology & Computational Biology)1
Charles HaasDrexel Univ., Environmental EngineeringDisinfection process models and process control2
Philip HannaUniv. of Michigan Medical School, Dept. of Microbiology and ImmunologyMicrobiology (Bacillus anthracis pathogenesis, host responses to anthrax, and medical implications)1,2,3
Judith A. HewittOffice of Biodefense Research Affairs, Division of Microbiology & Infectious Diseases; National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases; Chief, Biodefense Research Resources Section Biochemistry (Developing animal models of anthrax disease to support development of countermeasures & therapeutics)1
Hyang Mi Kim Univ. of Calgary, Canada, Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics Statistics (Methods for occupational & environmental exposure assessments)1,2,3
Gesham Magombedze NIMBioS Mathematics (Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases)1,2
Calistus Ngonghala NIMBioSMathematical modeling, dynamics of disease transmission1,2
Buddhi Pantha Univ. of Tennessee, Dept. of Mathematics Mathematics1,2,3
Louise Pitt United States Army Medical Research Inst. for Infectious Diseases (DOD); Center for Aerobiological Sciences (Director)Aerobiology1
Megan Powell Lyon College, Math & Science DivisionMathematics (Mathematical modeling)1,2,3
Conrad Quinn Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, MPIR Laboratory (Chief)Microbiology (Immunology and B. anthracis pathogenesis, anthrax vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics)1
Angela Reynolds Virginia Commonwealth Univ., Dept. of MathematicsMathematics (ODE and PDE modeling of lung inflammation)1,2,3
Harish ShankaranPacific Northwest National LabComputational Biology & Bioinformatics1,2,3
Sarah Taft*US Environmental Protection Agency - National Homeland Security Research Center- Threat and Consequence Assessment DivisionMicrobiology (Applied Microbiology & Microbial Risk Assessment)1,2,3
Justin Teeguarden Battelle Memorial Inst., Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryToxicology (Biological Monitoring & Modeling)1
*Group organizer
Mtg 1: May 15-17, 2012
Mtg 2: November 13-15, 2012
Mtg 3: May 15-17, 2013
Updated 05/15/2013

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