2016 Posters 2017-09-07T16:54:01+00:00

2016 Posters

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2016 Poster Winners

Scientific TRAINING IMPROVE BIOSAFETY PRACTICES AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS: A THREE YEARS PERSONAL EXPERIENCE (ID #30) (abstract )
Amna Shireen, Dow University of Health sciences, Karachi, Pakistan

Informational DEVELOPMENT OF A BIORISK MANAGEMENT (BRM) ELECTRONIC LIBRARY FOR THE ARABIC COMMUNITY (ID #20) (abstract )
Heba Hassan, Agricultural Research Center- Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture, Cairo, Egypt


NEW OPTIONS FOR MEASURING BIORISK MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE (ID #1) (abstract )
LouAnn C. Burnett , Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF INCIDENTS INVOLVING THE RELEASE OF BACTERIAL, FUNGAL AND RICKETTSIAL SELECT AGENTS REPORTED BY NON-REGISTERED FACILITIES IN THE UNITED STATES (ID #2) (abstract )
Richard Henkel, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

ADDRESSING BIOSECURITY RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH GENE MODIFYING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES TO MITIGATE REACTIONARY RESPONSES FROM THE PUBLIC AND GOVERNMENT (ID #3) (abstract )
Nicolas Dunaway , At-Risk International, Chantilly, Virginia, United States

THE ROLE OF BIOSAFETY ASSOCIATIONS IN RAISING AWARENESS ON BIOSAFETY/BIOSECURITY (ID #4) (abstract )
Lela Bakanidze , Georgian Biosafety Association, Tbilisi, Georgia

HOW TO RENEW YOUR RBP CREDENTIAL ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET (ID #5) (abstract )
Susanne M. Savely, DrPH, RBP , Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, United States

NO NEUTRALIZATION NEEDED: CHLORINE DIOXIDE GAS DECONTAMINATION OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS WITH PAPER SUBSTRATES (ID #6) (abstract )
Mark A. Czarneski , ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc., Lebanon, New Jersey, United States

CD GAS DECONTAMINATION OF EXHAUST HEPA FILTER UNITS (ID #7) (abstract )
Mike Regits, DRS Laboratories, Inc., Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, United States

A MODEL FOR A BIOSAFETY AND LABORATORY ANIMAL RESEARCH OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM FOR INSTITUTIONS WITH LIMITED RESOURCES (ID #10) (abstract )
Stephen Case , University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

ISOLATION WARD FOR HIGHLY INFECTIOUS PATIENTS (ID #11) (abstract )
Leslie Gartner , WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

GREEN LABORATORIES (ID #12) (abstract )
Dennis Nolan , University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, United States

RISK ASSESSMENT IN JORDAN (ID #13) (abstract )
Ghaya Alwahdani , Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan

BACTERIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE INFECTIOUS RISKS IN A SEMI-PUBLIC BIO MEDICAL LABORATORY IN BENIN (WEST AFRICA) (ID #14) (abstract )
Edna E. Hounsa , Ecole Polytechnique d’Abomey-Calavi, Laboratoire de Recherche de Biologie Appliqué, Abomey-Calavi, Benin

ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF MORINGA STENOPETALA AGAINST SOME HUMAN PATHOGENIC BACTERIAL STRAINS (ID #15) (abstract )
Basha Chekesa Lemi, Wollega University, Ethiopia

BIOSAFETY IN THE FIELD DURING STUDIES OF ANIMAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES (ID #16) (abstract )
Lena Ninidze , National Food Agency, Tbilisi, Georgia

MEXICO´S BIOSAFETY AND BIOSECURITY PLAN AGAINST A POSSIBLE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE NATIONAL EMERGENCY (ID #17) (abstract )
Luis Alberto Ochoa , National Reference Laboratory, InDRE, Mexico, Mexico

BIOSAFETY LEVEL 3 PILOT PLANT – A FACILITY IMPROVING THE SAFETY OF FOOD PRODUCTION (ID #18) (abstract )
Livia Schwendimann, René Imhof, Thomas Berger, Institute for Food Science, Agroscope, Bern, Switzerland

ASSESSMENT OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION ON ISOLATOR SUITS (ID #19) (abstract )
Jackie Steward , Dstl Porton Down, Salisbury, United Kingdom

BIOSAFETY DURING WORK WITH INFECTED ANIMALS AT KAZAKH SCIENCE CENTER FOR QUARANTINE AND ZOONOTIC DISEASES (ID #21) (abstract )
Dinara Turegeldiyeva , Kazakh Science Center for Quarantine and Zoonotic Diseases, Almaty, Kazakhstan

ENGAGEMENT IN REGULATORY AND LEGISLATIVE PROCESSES: AN UPDATE FROM THE REGULATORY AND TECHNICAL AFFAIRS TEAM (ID #22) (abstract )
Meghan Seltzer, PhD , HHMI, Aldie, Virginia, United States

METHODS OF ASSURING CONGRUENCE BETWEEN THE IBC AND THE IRB OR IACUC (ID #23) (abstract )
Nicholas A. Tripoulas , Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

NO MORE DROSOPHILA IN YOUR SUITCASE: CREATING GUIDANCE FOR USDA PERMIT HOLDERS ON CAMPUS (ID #24) (abstract )
Alaina Whitton , Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A UNIVERSITY-WIDE OUTREACH PROGRAM TO PROMOTE SAFE TISSUE CULTURE PRACTICES (ID #25) (abstract )
Christopher Aston , Columbia University, NYC, New York, United States

ADVANCING BIOSAFETY AND BIOSECURITY IN OUR NATION’S LABORATORIES (ID #26) (abstract )
Chris N. Mangal , Association of Public Health Laboratories, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States

FROM KAZAKHSTAN TO GRAM STAINS: INTRODUCING BIOLOGICAL SAFETY TO THE NEXT GENERATION (ID #27) (abstract )
Lolly R. Gardiner , MRIGlobal, Rockville, Maryland, United States

DEVELOPMENT OF A BIORISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND TRAINING IN THE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER, EGYPT (ID #29) (abstract )
Mohamed A. Saad , CLEVB, Cairo, Egypt

A TWO COMPONENT APPROACH TO BIOLOGICAL HAZARD SHIPPING TRAINING (ID #31) (abstract )
Robert Foreman , Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, United States