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Biological weapons biodefense research microbial forensics and the anthrax investigation Nancy Connell, PhD Professor, Infectious Disease Department of Medicine UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School Center for Emerging Pathogens UMDNJ Center for BioDefense March 23, 2011
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How to do an experiment with anthrax: June 2001 Register lab with CDC for transfer Clear protocol with IBC Consider using BSL3 lab Do experiment June 2008 Register lab with CDC for transfer Clear protocol with IBC USE BSL3 lab But - do NOT do experiment…yet
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How to do an experiment with anthrax: June 2001 Register lab with CDC for transfer Clear protocol with IBC Consider using BSL3 lab Do experiment June 2008 Register lab with CDC for transfer Clear protocol with IBC MUST use BSL3 lab But - do NOT do experiment…yet
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Find a select agent lab with “hardened design Register lab for possession, use and transfer Obtain permit for strain, ship, secure fax Hire TWO people to do ONE experiment Clear personnel through local FBI Clear personnel with Commerce 2008, continued
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Train personnel in methods, biosafety, PPE, etc Train everyone nearby in emergency response Submit protocol to IBC (2-3 months) Perform risk assessment of detailed protocol (1 month) Enter the lab 6 - 12 months later 2008, continued
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