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The poster presentation list is sorted by poster session day (Wednesday or Thursday) then poster number. Please use the search function to locate your name and poster presentation day. For additional sorting options click column headers.

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Poster Presentation DayPoster NumberPoster PresenterPA OrganizationSubmission IDTopicSubmission TitleRoomView Abstract
W1Stephen HummelU.S. Army / Boston College106AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentdigitalSELEX: An in silico Oligonucleotide Design Platform for Biosensors and TherapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th2Kamil MusilekUniversity of Hradec Kralove123AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentAI can be used for identification of modified oxime nucleophiles with enhanced cholinesterase reactivationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W3Harshini MukundanLos Alamos National Laboratory146AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentIntelligent Immunity – Modeling Innate Immune Responses for Agnostic Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Prediction of Disease SeverityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th4Mark WestonNetrias, LLC227AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentAI Assisted Multi-Omics Data Harmonization and IntegrationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W5Allison MelkaExcet support to US Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center235AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentProteomic, metabolomic, and lipidomic analyses of lung tissue exposed to mustard gasExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W6Francine KatzThe City College of New York287AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentRegulation of actin depolymerization resulting from exposure to choking agentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W7Francine KatzThe City College of New York292AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentEffectors that Reduce Aging of Organophosphate Adducts of AcetylcholinesteraseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th8Bowen JingMIT323AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentTorsional Diffusion for Molecular Conformer GenerationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W9Sayak MukherjeeBattelle344AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDeep learning QSAR modeling for fraction unbound in human plasmaExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th10Ping GongUS Army Engineer Research and Development Center434AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDevelopment of a novel acetylcholine sequestration-based countermeasure for nerve agent poisoningExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W11Miranda PaleyDHS Science & Technology474AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentAssessing Computational Toxicology for Applications in Homeland DefenseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th12Karissa SanbonmatsuLos Alamos National Laboratory528AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentUsing machine learning to establish a baseline for detection of epigenetic infection signaturesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W13Vivian LinPNNL543AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDiscovery of non-canonical protein targets of chemicals of concern using activity-based protein profiling (ABPP)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th14Brian BennionLLNL573AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentA Community Effort to Catalog the Reactivation of Acetylcholineesterase by Small MoleculesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W15Fangqiang ZhuLawrence Livermore National Laboratory583AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentLarge-scale application of free energy perturbation calculations for antibody designExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th16C. Linn CadieuxUSAMRICD597AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentImproved Nerve Agent Treatment System Early Development Pipeline (INATS EDP): Utilizing in silico, in vitro, ex vivo, and in vivo assays in human-relevant systems to evaluate proposed reactivator drug candidates as organophosphorus nerve agent countermeasuresExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W17Cynthia Van AckerOak Ridge Institute of Science and Education Program; United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense598AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDeveloping an Assay to Further Elucidate the Interactions of Chemical Warfare Agents and Reactivators with AcetylcholinesteraseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th18Benjamin WadsworthOak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense600AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentExploring the utility of a human-relevant mouse model for detecting and quantifying medical countermeasures in the brain.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W19Nathan TatumARA617AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentPhysiology-based modeling to explore repeat dosing of nasal naloxone after opioid overdosesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th20Nicholas PaparoidamisUS Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense667AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDevelopment of a Structure-Activity Relationship for Analogs of a Non-Oxime Reactivator for Nerve Agent-Inhibited AcetylcholinesteraseExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W21Thomas LaneCollaborations Pharmaceuticals, Inc674AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentMachine Learning Models For Predicting Human Liver Microsomal Metabolism of Organophosphate PesticidesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th22David CraryApplied Research Associates, Inc714AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentTowards a Toxicokinetic Model of Nerve Agent Injuries in HumansExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W23Matthew ColemanPhysical and Life Sciences Directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, USA730AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentDemonstrating biological protection using nanoparticle technologies to improve neutrapharmecueticals bioavailability for CBRN:Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th24Ramesh JhaLos Alamos National Laboratory737AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentHigh throughput test tools for expedited and ML-assisted enzyme designExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W25Celisha OscarSPA753AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentThe Use Of O-alkylation To Enhance Structural Stability and Biological Activity of RotigotineExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th26Sofiya Micheva-VitevaLos Alamos National Laboratory91AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentHuman NMJ-based Microphysiological System for Discovery and Evaluation of Medical Countermeasures against Chemical ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W27Anders WallqvistUS Army93AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentMachine learning and AI applications for assessing chemicals and drugsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W28Anders WallqvistUS Army94AI/ML and Virtual Human Platforms for Threat Agent Hazard Assessment and Medical Countermeasure Discovery and Drug DevelopmentToxProfiler: Toxicity-target profiler based on chemical similarityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th30Steve HadeedDTRA Reachback198Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsNotional Spread of Cholera in Haiti Following a Natural DisasterExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W31Elizabeth DhummakuptUS Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center218Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsMetabolic and proteomic profiling of organophosphorus chemical warfare agent exposure on human liver-on-a-chipExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th32Thomas IngersollU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center329Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsEstimators for disease dynamics with imperfect surveillanceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W33Camilo ValdesLawrence Livermore National Laboratory436Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsLearning Microbial Representations with Hilbert Curve VisualizationsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W35Pranav PanditUC Davis594Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsPredicting early warning signals in disease systems for forecasting emerging viral threats.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th36Sarah SchmittARA655Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsModeling Warfighter Performance Degradation Following Chemical/Biological (CB) Exposures: Improving Model Outputs to Better Estimate Mission Readiness and Force LethalityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W37Jonathan PinneyGryphon Scientific LLC659Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsTowards Risk Assessment: A Quantitative Analysis of Global Biological ResearchExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th38Paul FenimoreLos Alamos National Laboratory666Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsFast, efficient prediction of epidemic dynamics with variable size data input and good output fidelityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W39Jennifer CorbinGryphon Scientific693Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsDevelopment of a Data-Driven Tool to Assess Epidemiological Model Prediction AccuracyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th40Mario CitraSRC, Inc.702Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsLeveraging Regulatory Models and Data for CB Operational Hazard PredictionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th41Jason RodriguezApplied Research Associates, Inc713Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsA Novel Framework for Modeling Person-to-Person Transmission of Respiratory DiseasesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th42Jason RodriguezApplied Research Associates, Inc728Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsFXCODA: A Human Health Effects Module for DTRA PlatformsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W43Ece BulutCornell University742Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsFInd CoV Control decision support tool forecasts the effects of COVID-19 on human health and productivity in the food industry sectorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th44Jeffrey PriceVala Sciences, Inc.749Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsAI-Enabled in vitro Cardiotoxicity Assay of hiPSC-Cardiomyocytes, 2nd Iteration Goal: Increase Human Response Predictivity from 90% to 95%Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W45Riccardo D'EliaDefence Science and Technology Laboratory153Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsNon Ionic Surfactant Vesicles as drug delivery and targeting systems for antimicrobialsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W47Lauren PannyBiomedical and Veterinary Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Christiansburg, VA189Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsInhibition of protein disulfide isomerases as a broad-spectrum anti-viral targetExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th48Thomas LawsDSTL196Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsTowards Immunotherapy against alphaviral encephalitisExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W49Paul StewartTranexamic Technologies291Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsRepurposing tranexamic acid as a broad spectrum antiviral nasal spray against respiratory virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th50Mahgol BehniaDepartment of Internal Medicine, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM 87131, USA294Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsInactivation of Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus genome using two methodsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W51Nileena VelappanLos Alamos National Laboratory311Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDeveloping Affinity Reagents for Novel Diagnostic AssaysExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th52Stephanie MonticelliUSAMRIID322Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsEVALUATION OF PROTECTIVE ANTIBODIES FROM HUMAN SURVIVORS OF CRIMEAN-CONGO HEMORRHAGIC FEVERExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W53Se Hun GuAgency for Defense Development327Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsSmall interfering RNA inhibit the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th54James MullinLankenau Institute for Medical Research339Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsThe Centrality of Epithelial and Endothelial Barrier Leak in Pathogen-Based Disease: Leak Reduction by Elevated Levels of Tissue-Specific Micronutrients as a Prophylactic and Therapeutic CountermeasureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W55Rachel IrelandDefence Science and Technology Laboratory340Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsApproaches to develop icDNA clones of encephalitic alphaviruses to characterize viral disease and evaluate broad-spectrum therapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W56Aarthi NarayananGeorge Mason University352Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsInhibitors of the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway as broad-spectrum countermeasures against acutely infectious virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W57Aarthi NarayananGeorge Mason University363Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsBrilacidin as a novel broad-spectrum antiviral countermeasure against acutely infectious virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th58Simon GalerMedinCell370Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsMedinCell®: Developing Long-Acting Injectables of Small Molecule Drugs to Biologics, Targeting Systemic or Local Delivery, Aiming to Provide Optimal Sustained Drug Exposure from a Single Injection.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W59Marwah KarimStanford University390Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA novel class of small molecule inhibitors of PIKfyve potently suppresses encephalitic alphavirus infectionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th60Sarah SandholtzLawrence Livermore National Laboratory394Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA computational pipeline to identify broad-spectrum drug targets and interacting chemotypes in viral pathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W61Dina WeilhammerLawrence Livermore National Lab400Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsBuilding a molecular atlas of blood brain barrier disruption by Venezuelan equine encephalitis virusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th62Deepika AwasthiLawrence Berkeley National Lab413Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsEngineered probiotics- a platform for discovery and evaluation of oral therapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W63Andrew HerbertUSAMRIID437Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDeveloping human monoclonal antibody-based therapies for hemorrhagic fever virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th64Na Young KimR&D Center, ABION INC., Seoul 08394, Republic of Korea450Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDeveloping of siRNA therapeutic platform for immediate respond against emerging viral pathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W65Hong Seok ChoiResearch Center, Abion Inc., 08394 Seoul, Republic of Korea453Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of ABN101, Interferon-beta mutein, as a broad-spectrum antiviral drugExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th66Mohamad Ammar AyassAyass Bioscience LLC481Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA Safe and effective neutralizing DNA aptamer therapy for combating SARS-CoV-2Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th68Jonathan BohmannSouthwest Research Institute520Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsOptimization of Next Generation Filovirus TherapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th70Victor OgungbeJackson State University539Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsInvestigation of non-structural protein 2 (nsp2) inhibitors as therapeutics for equine encephalitis and Chikungunya viral infectionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W71Christopher SumnerSandia National Laboratory548Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsCharacterization of SNL identified BBB-penetrating moieties (BBB PMs) for delivery of therapeutic cargo to the CNSExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th72Catalina FlorezUSAMRIID549Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of broad spectrum affinity matured monoclonal antibodies against New World HantavirusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W73Amanda PhelpsDSTL557Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsNeurological sequelae – Assessing the hazardExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W75LE THANH MAI PHAMSandia National Laboratories604Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDISCOVERY, DESIGN, AND ENGINEERING OF NANOBODY-BASED THERAPEUTICS FOR SARS-COV-2Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th76Rekha PanchalUSAMRIID619Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsIn vitro and in vivo evaluation of small molecule S-adenosylhomocysteinase (AHCY) inhibitor against Ebola virusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W77Steven BradfuteUniversity of New Mexico Health Sciences Center624Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsLong non-coding RNAs in Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis virus infectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th78Caitlin LehmanVirginia Tech628Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsEarly growth response 1 (EGR1): A potential therapeutic target for encephalitic viral infections?Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W79Olena ShtankoTexas Biomedical Research Institute632Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of small-molecule antivirals targeting host VPS34 complex for treatment of emerging virus threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th80Iris JonesNTESS/Sandia National Laboratories640Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsCRISPR inhibition and CRISPR activation pooled library screens offer an effective tool for identifying therapeutic targets against broad viral familiesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th81Warren HoefflerHOF Therapeutics645Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsRepurposing catalytic inhibitors of topoisomerase cancer drugs as broad-spectrum countermeasures against viral and bacterial threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th82David TrudilNew Horizons Diagnostics Corp664Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsTreatment and Prevention of Respiratory Pathogens by use of a Modified Mannose Binding Lectin Based Aerosolized Nasal SprayExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W83Sherine AbdelmawlaAkanocure Pharmaceuticals, Inc.684Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA Broad-Spectrum Antiviral and Immunomodulatory Agent Against COVID-19 And Disease-XExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th84Zachary BornholdtEitr Biologics, Inc.697Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsAn orthogonal dual-interacting nanotherapeutic platform, ODIN, for the rapid development of broadly neutralizing multi-specific immunotherapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W85Allen DuplantierLatham BioPharm Group716Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA structure-based drug design approach to the discovery of inhibitors of alphavirus nsP2 helicaseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th86Elizabeth ClarkeUniversity of New Mexico725Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsIminosugars are broad-spectrum viral inhibitorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W87Jeff HutchinsInhalon Biopharma738Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of a platform of broad-spectrum, inhalable immunobiologics for the prevention and treatment of emerging viral infectionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th88Blake SimmonsLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory743Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsA common structural framework for rapid therapeutic design against emerging pathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W89Herbert SchweizerNorthern Arizona University101Challenges Faced In The Planning, Deployment, And Adoption Of A Layered Medical Defense StrategyDiscovery of Burkholderia pseudomallei Bacteriophages that Mediate Antimicrobial Susceptibility through Efflux Pump Dependent InfectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th90Beth BachertUSAMRIID333Challenges Faced In The Planning, Deployment, And Adoption Of A Layered Medical Defense StrategyTargeting the cell wall of Francisella: Peptidoglycan remodeling enzymes are essential for cell morphology and virulence, and show potential for therapeutic targetingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W91Sara RuizUSAMRIID412Challenges Faced In The Planning, Deployment, And Adoption Of A Layered Medical Defense StrategyCharacterization of a Cynomolgus Macaque Model of Q feverExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th92Erika RappUnited States Military Academy501Challenges Faced In The Planning, Deployment, And Adoption Of A Layered Medical Defense StrategyCombinations of novel bacteriophage are efficacious against MDR Pseudomonas aeruginosa and restore sensitivity to carbapenem antibioticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W93Kevin MlynekUSAMRIID113Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayBiofilm as a predictor of attenuation in Francisella tularensisExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th94Patrick ArmstrongUnited States Military Academy114Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayInvestigation of Bacteriophage-Host Interactions Using Single Molecule Localization MicroscopyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th96Mary HourihanUSAMRIID139Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayBroad Spectrum Activity of Delafloxacin against Bacterial Biothreat AgentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W97Aysegul NalcaU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID)152Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayTime to Protection Following Vaccination with JYNNEOS (IMVAMUNE/IMVANEX) and ACAM2000 against Lethal Monkeypox Virus in Nonhuman PrimatesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th98Jonathan AllenLawrence Livermore National Laboratory161Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayUsing AI/ML models to learn molecular interactions for novel countermeasure designExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W99Peter BarryThe Vaccine Group Ltd184Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayProof-of-concept for a transmissible Lassa virus vaccine in the rodent Mastomys natalensis reservoir: A strategy to mitigate spillover risk of highly pathogenic zoonotic viruses from animal reservoirs to humansExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W100Nileena VelappanLos Alamos National Laboratory203Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayMultiscale Analytics for Pathogen PredictionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th102Lloyd HoughDepartment of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate264Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayHazard Awareness and Characterization Sciences to Protect the Homeland from Chemical, Biological, and Explosive HazardsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W103Shanna Ratnesar-ShumateDepartment of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate267Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayEstablishment of a Collaborative Roadmap and Standard Protocol for Rapidly Assessing the Fate of Emergent Biological Agents in the Environment (FAtE)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th104Simon D'oelsnitz The University of Texas at Austin268Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayMachine Learning Predictions of Antibody:Antigen InteractionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W105Brooke AhernU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center269Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayGLADTIER: A high throughput analysis for characterizing toxin/receptor interactions for disruption or reversibility of toxin activityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th106Joel BozueUSAMRIID282Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayDevelopment, phenotypic characterization, genomic analysis, and virulence assessment of a Francisella tularensis panel for tularemia vaccine testingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W107Caroline SchuergerCenter for Security and Emerging Technology, Georgetown University301Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayUsing open source data to characterize and identify gaps in viral family research and medical countermeasuresExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th108Chad TestaCurza, Inc307Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayAdvancing CZ-02s (AIIPS) as a new class of medical countermeasure, with a new mechanism-of-action against drug-resistant bacterial infections, including those caused by multi-drug resistant Tier 1 Select AgentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W109Aarthy VallurInBios International Inc.312Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayPassive concentration of Burkholderia pseudomallei capsular polysaccharide from melioidosis urine samples for the enhanced detection on the InBios Active Melioidosis DetectTM Lateral Flow ImmunoassayExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th110Cassandra Smith SmithMIT Lincoln Laboratory325Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayNational PPE Demand Estimate ToolExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W111Austin ShapiroDoN- NSWC Indian Head346Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayLittoral river test planning toolExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W112Aarthi NarayanaGeorge Mason University367Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayA DNA-nanoparticle-based antigen presenting platform for the development of broadly protective vaccines against acutely infectious virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W113Monica BoruckiLawrence Livermore National Laboratory381Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayClimate-driven Changes to Host Nutrition May Impact the Emergence and Phenotype of Viral VariantsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th114Amanda LoveJPEO-CBRND Medical383Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayVaccine Acceleration by Modular Progression (VAMP): Delivering Safe and Effective Vaccines to the Warfighter against New and Emerging ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W115Aykan KarabudakEmergex USA435Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayREADI: an innovative synthetic T cell vaccine technology platform pairing a gold nanoparticle delivery system with select targets from a ligandome of prescreened pathogen derived, naturally processed & presented MHC-I peptides to provide rapid response solutions to combat and broadly protect against biothreat pathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th116Migun ShakyaLos Alamos National Laboratory446Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayOptimization and Development of Technologies for Environmental BiosurveillanceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W117Denis VashchenkoLawrence Livermore National Lab449Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayAbBERT: Learning Antibody Humanness via Masked Language ModelingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th118Ian GutNBACC469Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayCharacterizing the lethal dose and disease progression of Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis Cameroon and Cote d'Ivoire following aerosol administration in the New Zealand white rabbit model.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W119Kenneth CarsonSouthwest Research Institute475Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayAdvanced Development of Vaccines Against Francisella tularensis (Ft), a Category “A” Select AgentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th120J. Matthew MeinigUSAMRIID493Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayEnhanced in vitro activity of sodium fusidate against bacterial biothreat panels at low pHExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W121Brianna BraskoUnited States Military Academy500Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayBacteriophage for biothreat remediation against Bacillus anthracisExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th122Mark GinsbergERDC-CFM504Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayBioprotection of Facilities from Covid-19 and Emerging BiocontaminantsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W123Armand DichosaLos Alamos National Laboratory507Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayGenomics investigation of the human gut microbiome in microgravity using gel microdroplets and community cultivation strategiesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th124Anuj (AJ) SinghalCFD Research533Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayExtremophile Derived Natural Products (EDeN) to combat future threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W125Richard AnthonyVacunax Inc.553Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodaySuperinfection Exclusion using Host Restricted-Live Attenuated Virus in persistently infected Mosquitoes as an Arbovirus Control StrategyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th126Kelly KimGryphon Scientific LLC.560Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayEmpirical Research in BiosafetyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W127Armand DichosaLos Alamos National Laboratory566Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodaySupporting the development and evaluation of novel medical countermeasures by studying the emergence of single and multi-drug resistance in laboratory passed strains of Bacillus cereusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W129David RozakUSAMRIID581Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayTracking the emergence and fate of antibiotic resistance mutations in heterogeneous Yersinia pseudotuberculosis culturesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th130Анатолій ПалійNSC IECVM (Kharkiv, UA)636Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayBIOTERRORISM LAUNCH FROM THE ACTS OF UNPUNISHED AGROTERRORISMExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W131Chris MillerSaNOtize Research & Development Corp.637Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodaySanotize: Topical Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray to Prevent Viral InfectionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th132Warren HoefflerHOF Therapeutics647Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayHarnessing the power of cell assembly programmed (CAP) organs: All organs samples available for threat assessment and regeneration as a countermeasureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th134Anthony GregoryUniversity of California, Irvine676Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayA cross-protective, multivalent mRNA vaccine against BurkholderiaExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W135Barney BishopGeorge Mason University689Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayLeveraging Natural Biodefense Mechanisms: Method Development for Host Defense Peptide DiscoveryExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th136Christina GardnerUSAMRIID698Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayDoes size matter? Examining virulence of eastern equine encephalitis virus in nonhuman primates exposed to small and large aerosol particlesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W137James NolanGryphon Scientific, LLC719Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayAn Integrated Machine Learning Approach to Constructing a Database of Biological Threat ActorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th138Patrick ChainLos Alamos National Laboratory731Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayImpact of COVID-19 multi-lineage co-infections on consensus genomes & repository errors, and evidence of within-host recombinationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th140Blake SimmonsLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory744Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayViral zoonoses and Human Adaptability - Integrating Multiomic Science with Machine Learning to Track EmergenceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W141Olivia HolzhausRhodium Scientific LLC754Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayIn Space Biomanufacturing: Establishing Scalable Point Source Production of Critical Compounds to Counter Biological Threats of the FutureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th142Helen CuiLos Alamos National Laboratory759Combatting Emerging Biological Threats – Preparing for the Future TodayGlobal Scientific Engagement Enhancing Early Detection of Emerging Biological and Chemical ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W143Martin PrattPacific Northwest National Laboratory503eXtended Reality for Chemical and Biological Defense in Tactical and Training EnvironmentsMixed Reality enhanced chemical detection with M8 paper using machine learning on Microsoft HoloLensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th144Peter AndersonMRIGlobal527eXtended Reality for Chemical and Biological Defense in Tactical and Training EnvironmentsAugmented reality training for CBRN equipmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W145Andy HaefnerGamma Reality Inc.711eXtended Reality for Chemical and Biological Defense in Tactical and Training EnvironmentsMulti-sensor Data Fusion and Visualization of CBRN Threats in Augmented RealityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W147Richard KingsboroughMIT133From Sensing To Making SenseLow-SWaP-C Colorimetric Detection of Vapor-Phase Chemical ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th148Joshua UzarskiUS Army DEVCOM Soldier Center154From Sensing To Making SenseDevelopment of a machine learning-enabled multiplexed chemical warfare agent detection systemExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th150Patrick RileyU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center170From Sensing To Making SenseUnsupervised Spectral CompressionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W151William HarrisonNanoSonic Inc492Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionHigh Stretch, Environmentally Robust, Elastomeric Barrier Composite for CBRN Protective EnsemblesExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th152Sarah DowlingIndiana University Purdue University Indianapolis181From Sensing To Making SenseLeveraging the diverse power of mass spectrometry for simplified threat agent sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W153Andres Gaviria-Figueroa and Erin McAuley Booz Allen Hamilton194From Sensing To Making SenseGenomic Wastewater Surveillance for Infectious Disease MonitoringExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th154Erik EmmonsUS Army DEVCOM CBC202From Sensing To Making SenseWaveguide-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Field Detection of Threat MaterialsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th156Rebecca HutchinsGTRI217From Sensing To Making SenseEdge computing for global genomics-based threat detection, assessment, and decision supportExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W157Elizabeth DhummakuptUS Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center239From Sensing To Making SenseSticking It to Collection and Analysis: Utilizing Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive Paper Combined with Portable Mass Spectrometry for Detection of ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th158Natalie GeseWashington State University240From Sensing To Making SenseReference Spectra for the Identification of Chemical Warfare Agent SimulantsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W159Radislav PotyrailoGE Research273From Sensing To Making SenseDelivering low-false-alarm multi-gas sensing performance in pervasive applications by cross-pollination between sensor electronics and mathematics of traditional analytical instrumentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W161Joseph RussellMRIGlobal299From Sensing To Making SenseField-Forward Threat Sensing Through Raw Nanopore Electrical Signal: A Case Study in Arthropod-Borne Pathogen Detection on Saint Catherines IslandExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th162Dustin McRaeDetect-Ion336From Sensing To Making SenseMicro Mass Spectrometry for enabling a Fieldable, High-Accuracy, Chemical Threat SensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W163Mitch WellsTeledyne FLIR Detection, Inc.342From Sensing To Making SenseTwo-dimensional Tandem Mass Spectrometry (2D MS/MS) for enhanced target detection and identification on a field-confirmatory portable mass spec systemExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th164Elisabeth KoplarSpectra Plasmonics349From Sensing To Making SenseFrom illicit-drug identification to chemical warfare combat: Fully Portable SERS technology for the rapid and accurate identification of chemical compoundsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W165Peter ManticaARA350From Sensing To Making SenseDescription and Utility of the Chemical/Biological System of Systems Optimization Tool (CBSoSOT)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th166Angela ZeiglerU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center354From Sensing To Making SensePaper on Demand: Inkjet Printing of Task-Specific AssaysExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W167William LawrenceMIT Lincoln Laboratory382From Sensing To Making SenseStandoff Snapshot Spectral Sensor for UAV based Chemical Vapor SensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th168Johannes LangenbergTNO Defence, Safety and Security388From Sensing To Making SenseEarly detection and differential diagnosis of acute chemical intoxications using AIExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W169David GlasbrennerBattelle Memorial Institute407From Sensing To Making SenseBioperception Digital Engineering (BRDGE): A biodetection implementation and scenario modeling evaluation toolExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th170J. Andrew KouzelosDesign West Technologies, Inc.415From Sensing To Making SenseWearable Chemical Detector for Aerosolized ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W171Eric MeshotLawrence Livermore National Laboratory440From Sensing To Making SenseA Chemically Programmable Nano-Electronic Nose for Multi-Threat DetectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th172Alexander GovorovOhio University, Athens477From Sensing To Making SensePlasmonic paper-based sensing of small CWA moleculesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W173Ben GardnerCollins Aerospace509From Sensing To Making SenseUAV-based optical standoff identification capabilityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W174Armand DichosaLos Alamos National Laboratory510From Sensing To Making SensePreparing for the Next Pandemic: Impact of Thawing Permafrost for Ancient PathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W175Euan McLeodUniversity of Arizona514From Sensing To Making SenseMicrotoroid optical chemosensors augmented with nanostructures for mechanically robust and stable sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th176Judith SuUniversity of Arizona519From Sensing To Making SenseUltra-sensitive and selective chemical threat sensing microtoroid resonatorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W177Olga BaturinaNaval Research Laboratory523From Sensing To Making SenseDetection of Dimethyl Methyl Phosphonate (DMMP) by Acetylcholinesterase (AChE)-Grafted Plasmonic SensorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th178Maulik KotechaJ. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University537From Sensing To Making SenseExtending The Diagnostic Capabilities of AI-based Portable MIMS-Systems for The Identification of Breath VOCs and Passive Sensing ApplicationsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W179Jeremy WrightSandia National Laboratories545From Sensing To Making SenseReal-time In-situ Plume CharacterizationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th180Bradley AbramsonNoblis589From Sensing To Making SensePortable Sequencing PlusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W181Joshua WhitingNTESS593From Sensing To Making SenseBuilding On Fentanyl Analog Independent Detection (FAID) for Other Novel ChallengesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th182Michael OglesbeeThe Ohio State University, Infectious Diseases Institute595From Sensing To Making SenseLeading not Bleeding: A Model for Innovation in a Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory Providing Real-time Public Health Surveillance DataExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W183Jessica MilkeTeledyne FLIR Detection, Inc.615From Sensing To Making SenseSystems engineering approach to designing a low SWaP multi-class chemical vapor detector to address warfighter needs in the early development phaseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th184Matthew Aernecke908 Devices660From Sensing To Making SenseThe Aero – A capability to rapidly detect aerosolized threats in the fieldExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W185Carolyn CramerPacific Northwest National Laboratory675From Sensing To Making SenseChemical Biological Defense Application Development Internship CompetitionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th186Dave RobertsNational Strategic Research Institute701From Sensing To Making SenseTowards Early Warning via Advanced Biological Sampling Efforts (Project ATREYU), An Automatic Biological Collection and PCR-identification System for Remote SensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W187Stephen HoughtonSRC, Inc704From Sensing To Making SenseML-based Classification of CB Containing Munitions or Drones by Radar for Integrated Early WarningExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th188Oliver Nakano-BakerUniversity of Washington707From Sensing To Making SenseRapidly deployable, compact detection platform using computationally designed molecular probes for disease, performance, and evolving threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W189Jeff PruittS3720From Sensing To Making SenseImproved Standoff Threat Detection and Situational Awareness Using Multimodal Lidar-ASI SystemExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th190Won KimDraper79From Sensing To Making SenseFully Autonomous Aeral Chemical Plume MappingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W191Robert CubetaIDA82From Sensing To Making SenseBiological Warfare Agent Clinical Sampling and Analysis: Opportunities and LimitationsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th192Kerry VahalaCalifornia Institute of Technology88From Sensing To Making SenseTowards miniature dual-comb spectroscopy systems for mid-IR trace gas sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W193Ian PardoeU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center95From Sensing To Making SenseVersatile materials for wide-ranging applications of colorimetric and electronic detection of chemical warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th194Nathan McDonaldU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center221Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingAssessing functionality of cell-free protein systems from traditional biothreat organismsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W195Natalie RobinettExcet support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center226Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingBuilding genes from scratch: A cost and time assessment of novel enzymatic DNA synthesis technology (Abstract for CBS, Roman Hernandez)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th196Casey BernhardsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center347Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingDetermining the prevalence of CRISPR off-target effects in bacteria: Can we detect if an organism has been genetically engineered?Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W197Tiffany BernardoMilliporeSigma365Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingThe Swiss Army Knife of Genome Engineering: A Brief History, Mechanistic Overview, and Current Applications of CRISPR TechnologyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W198Cory BernhardsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center402Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingDetecting genetic engineering via portable nanopore sequencing and reachback data analysis toolsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W199Nicholas RoehnerRaytheon BBN Technologies488Genetic Engineering Technologies and Detection of Gene EditingUse of a Biological Decompiler to Predict Engineered Phenotype from Genomic Sequence DataExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th200Mike FarrellGeorgia Tech Research Institute108Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposurePopulation-based fever surveillance for early warning of infectious disease outbreaks.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W201Christopher KatinasSandia National Laboratories131Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureRemote detection of human vital signs via hyperspectral and multispectral imagesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th202Consuelo CuevasMIT Lincoln Laboratory378Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureModel-Agnostic Framework for Evaluating Performance, Robustness, and Fairness of Machine Learning Infection DetectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W203Matthew LuxU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center521Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposurePredicting Disease Outcomes From Physiological Data In The Common
Marmoset
Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th204Jane ValentineJohns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory534Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureModeling detection of anthrax outbreak onset via a novel human sentinel networkExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W205Meghan Hegarty-CraverRTI International606Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureReal-Time CBRN Algorithms Using Smartwatch DataExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th206David NorenPhilips Research653Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureDeveloping predictive models of chemical hazard exposure with hospital data: a case study using opioid treatmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W207Sara MarianiPhilips Research670Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureMonitoring Exposure through Standoff HealthExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th208Jaques ReifmanU.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command86Harnessing Physiological Data for Early Warning of Threat ExposureWearables detect malaria early in a controlled human-infection studyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W209Stephen DavisBattelle Memorial Institute115Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportChemical Fires Module Prototype IIExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W211Maria BauerDWT141Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportSwarmPuck - Drone Swarm enabled CBRN sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th212Nathan PlattIDA151Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportOperationally Relevant Methodology for the Evaluation of Inhalation Hazard Resulting from Chemical Warfare Agent Secondary EvaporationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W213Michele HinnrichsPacific Advanced Technology159Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportMiniature Infrared Hyperspectral camera developed for class one UAV applications for chemical gas detection and identification using embedded cold opticsExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th214Steven KennonValent Applications Ltd164Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportDevelopment of an agnostic UGV adapter for the remote characterisation & disposal of CB threats in sealed CBRN devicesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W215Charles LissandrelloDraper191Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportMicrofluidic innovations to enable sensitive and multiplexed nucleic acid detection in the fieldExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th216Michal SimkoSEC Technologies, s.r.o.252Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportLIDAR based CWA stand-off detector using 2 CO2 tuneable laser under real-life scenariosExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W217Matthew MoeDHS S&T275Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportDHS S&T CBRN hazard assessment challenges and opportunitiesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W219Jordan LefebvreAeris LLC355Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportTactical Assault Kit Tactical Sensor Placement (TAK TSP)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th220Jerry CabaloDHS-S&T-CSAC358Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportMicrosensor Arrays (e-Noses) for Food DefenseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W221Cody FloerchingerAeris LLC408Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportMicroscale Urban Transport and Dispersion Modeling with the Joint Outdoor-Indoor Urban Large Eddy Simulation (JOULES)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th222Heesoo JungAgency for Defense Development, South Korea455Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportDynamic and static evaporation of chemical warfare agent Novichok on the various materialsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W223Jason HanMIT Lincoln Laboratory461Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportCharacterization of Illicit Synthetic Opioid-Based Threat Scenarios in Support of Physical Modeling and Hazard PredictionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th224Joseph P. SmithOceanography Department, U.S. Naval Academy496Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportImprovement of Model Predictions for Waterborne Hazard Fate and Transport and the Development of Autonomous Surface Platforms for ‘Smart’ Chemical Plume Tracking in Coastal SystemsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W225Henry LauMIT Lincoln Laboratory499Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportSupporting mission planning and course of action evaluation using MEURIADS and DEMASQExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th226Ryan HaferApplied Research Associates532Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportReconnaissance and Surveillance Planning and Offroad Routing with CB Hazards at the Tactical EdgeExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th227Ryan HaferApplied Research Associates535Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportIntegrating Situation Awareness with Mission Analysis of CB Protection at the Tactical LevelExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W229Chika IgbaUSAMRIID561Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportGenotypic and phenotypic analysis of 22 historic Francisella tularensis isolates available through the Biodefense Reference Material RepositoryExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th230Jacob BealRaytheon BBN562Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportFAST-NA Scanner: high-speed, low-SWaP computational assessment of biological threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W231Michael SohnLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory623Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportIntegrated Urban: Progress and vision for an urban hazard assessment capabilityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W233Erin LinebargerNeya Systems678Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportMulti-vehicle mission management for autonomous robotic CBRN response in ATAKExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th234Mark BlennerUniversity of Delaware691Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportLeveraging the Outdoor and Built Environment Microbiota for Threat Signature Detection and Decision SupportExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th236Jason ByrdENSCO, Inc729Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportRapid estimation of chemical properties with PRESTOExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W237Mian JiangUniversity of Houston-Downtown756Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportField assembling of portable batteries based on conventionally accessible material for sustainable and versatile applications in battlegroundExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th238Derrick KasemanLos Alamos National Laboratory757Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportEarth’s field nuclear magnetic resonance: A new fieldable spectroscopy for organophosphate detectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W239Benjamin SauteTelops83Innovations In Next Generation CB Threat Characterization And Assessment For Decision SupportThe Hyper-Cam Nano: the next-generation thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging system.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th240Shane KastenUSAMRICD109Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationSkinKast: A multi-modal dermal disclosure spray for the rapid detection of chemical warfare agents on intact skinExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W241Bruce SalterAFCEC124Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationPhysical and Chemical Performance Evaluation of an Alumina-Based Sorbent Kit after ExpirationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th242Dimiter PetsevUniversity of New Mexico179Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationModeling of binary droplets impacting and contacting surfacesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W243Janlyn EikenbergU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center223Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationThe effects of dirtied surfaces on contaminant retention and decontaminant performanceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th244Joseph MyersU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center225Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationChemical Hot Air Decontamination of contaminants from military relevant materials and sensitive electronic equipment using elevated relative humidityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W245Harold BarnetteNaval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren Division247Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDew point modeling the inactivation of Bacillus anthracis and B. thuringiensis spores, and an enveloped ribonucleic acid (RNA) virus surrogate for SARS-CoV-2 is a new tool for hot, humid air decontaminationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th246Tony BuhrNaval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren248Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationUltraviolet dosage and decontamination efficacy was widely variable across 14 UV devices after testing a dried enveloped ribonucleic acid virus surrogate for SARS-CoV-2Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W247Alice YoungNaval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren254Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationpH-adjusted bleach shelf-life testing demonstrated decontamination efficacy on a non-porous material contaminated with Bacillus anthracis Sterne and Ames spores for up to 13 weeksExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W248Melissa SweatDTRA256Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationEvaluation of polymer-penetrant interactions to elucidate contaminant uptake and retention in polymer coatingsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W249Vipin RastogiU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center260Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationEffective and Rapid Canine skin DisinfectionExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th250Robert ZimmermanNSWC Indian Head, Navy Chem Bio Defense Div. (R2)261Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationPurple Haze: A rapid, energetics based solution for biological agent defeatExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W251Vipin RastogiU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center262Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDisinfection of Surfaces Contaminated with SARS-CoV-2 Surrogate, HuCoV229EExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W253Anthony MalanoskiNaval Research Laboratory274Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationAssessing Chemical Protective Capabilities in Coating TechnologiesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W255Sun Dal KimAgency for Defense Development319Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationComparison of Decontamination Rates and Products of Chemical Agents Through Reaction with Various Homogeneous SolutionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th256Jana KesavanU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center335Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationEvaluation of cold weather decontamination methodsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W257David McGarveyU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center389Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationHR-MAS analysis of skin exposed to chemical warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W258Igor NovosselovUniversity of Washington392Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationSupercritical Water Oxidation of Chemical Warfare Agents and SurrogatesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W259Valentine NzengungMuniRem Environmental LLC397Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDevelopment, Evaluation, and Optimization of a Chemical Decontaminant for Chemical Warfare AgentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th260Shannon NiehusArchival Institute399Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationUsing Underwater Drones to Mitigate Waterborne CBRN ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W261Olga BaturinaNaval Research Laboratory401Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationNano structured titanium oxide materials capable of effective heterogeneous reactivity with 2-ethyl ethyl sulfide under ambient conditionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th262David JiangUCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department422Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDehydrochlorination decomposition of sulfur mustard and 2-CEES on rutile-TiO2(110): A DFT studyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W263Brady GentleDefence Science and Technology Group445Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDecontamination of ricin and abrin with detection by quantitative activity assayExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th264Zachary MinterNational Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) 464Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationRapid Energetic Medical Instrument Sterilization (REMIS)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W265Brent MantoothU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center486Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationUnderstanding and Controlling Chemical Transport in CoatingsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th266John LandersLeidos support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center 517Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationAll-Weather Dry Decontaminant Fibers for HD DegradationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W267Mihee KimLos Alamos National Laboratory641Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationReduction of Bacterial Adhesion by Self-Assembled Coatings of Zwitterionic Sulfobetaine-Containing Brush PolymersExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th268Lim Ji WonAgency for Defense Development642Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationCharacterization of a continuous neutralization for the chemical warfare agents by a flow reactorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W269Jihyun KwonAgency for Defense Development650Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationNeutralization rates and enthalpy of simulants and GD for disposal of the chemical warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th270Robert diTargianiUS Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense668Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationWound Decontamination Evaluation Pipeline (WDEP): Decontamination of wounds contaminated with chemical warfare agents.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th272Ketan BhattCFD Research Corporation750Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationPortable Cold Plasma System for Microbial DecontaminationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W273Eva LeeDesigning an Unmanned System to Protect Warfighters and Civilians During WMD Attacks758Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationProtecting warfighters (and civilians) during WMD attacksExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th274Charles Carfagna, Jr.Luna Labs USA765Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDurable Self-Decontaminating Solgel CoatingsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W275Lawrence DuboisNanoionix, LLC89Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationTough, permanent self-decontaminating paints and coatings for defense applicationsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th276Brian FranceTDA Research, Inc.97Mitigation - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological Contamination MitigationDevelopment of a Field Decontamination Kit for Military Working DogsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W277Johanna BobrowMIT Lincoln Laboratory125Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationRapid Fieldable Biothreat Identification Via Laser-Based PCRExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th278Matt O'NealNSWC Indian Head Division362Bio-Fi: Leveraging the Power of Biological Big Data for Advanced Analytics and Modeling of Chemical and Biological ThreatsUS Navy Shipboard Performance Model Approach to Empowering the WarfighterExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W279Jamie MarsayKromek193Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationKromek Automated Pathogen Scanner - Air Sequencing (KAPscan-AS): Agnostic airborne pathogen detection and identification via fully automated and autonomous Long Read SequencingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th280Bryan RiversU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center228Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationAssay and sample preparation method development for the Extreme PCR Bio-ID Rapid Detector (xBIRD) prototypeExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W281Anastasios ChanalarisKromek271Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationZoonotic and Engineered Pathogen Identification from Metagenomic ReadsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W283Michael BrothersAir Force Research Laboratory 711th Human Performance Wing/UES Inc.387Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationDevelopment of Micro-fluidic Capability for Rapid Environmental Bioreconnaissance Point Sensor Targeting Biological ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th284Vishaka SantoshExcet support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center393Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationRapid and automated identification of aerosolized biothreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W285Cory BernhardsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center396Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationBioaerosol threat surveillance via untargeted nanopore sequencing technologyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th286Ethan McBrideLos Alamos National Laboratory404Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationMulti-dimensional Portable Mass Spectrometry for Biological DetectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W287Adina DoyleU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center424Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationBiodiversity of the operational aerosol background environmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th288Mike FarrellGeorgia Tech Research Institute443Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationNext Generation BiosensorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W289Miles RogersRaytheon BBN Technologies490Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationA Surface Acoustic Wave Immunosensor for Aerosol DetectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th290Daniel LauriolaBaySpec, Inc.515Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationDetection and identification of bioaerosol species by miniaturized Dual Frequency Combs based waveguide enhanced Coherent Raman Spectroscopy (DC-WECRS)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W291Eric CarnesUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center601Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationStabilization of Critical Reagents for Cold-Chain-Free Global DeploymentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th292Patricia BuckleyU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center658Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationBiothreat Detection Canines for Disease Detection and Pandemic PreparednessExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W293Kevin CrownNational Strategic Research Institute710Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationRapidly dissolvable filters for biological aerosol collection with high collection efficiency, 100% extraction efficiency, and maintenance of viability for down-stream analysis and inclusion into automatic microfluidic identificationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th294Trina VianMIT Lincoln Laboratory85Next-Generation Bioaerosol Detection & IdentificationChemical and biological agent defense in subwaysExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W295Daniel AngeliniU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center231Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsMultiomic analysis of vesicant exposed human dermal equivalentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th296Gabrielle RizzoUS Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center233Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsNormalization of organ-on-a-chip samples for mass spectrometry-based proteomics and metabolomics via dansylation-based assayExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W297Dylan FudgeDTRA270Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsDesign and Application of an Adept Aerosol/Vapor Lung-on-Chip and Aerosol/Vapor Delivery SystemsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th298Christopher PhillipsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center285Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsThe use of the 6DPF larval zebrafish in a light dark behavioral assay to determine the sub-lethal effects of Dexmedatomidine, Carfentanil, Ketamine, and VX.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W299Nick FischerLawrence Livermore National Lab359Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsRECAPITULATING COMPLEX NEURONAL-GLIA NETWORKS IN AN IN VITRO SYSTEM FOR TOXICANT CHARACTERIZATIONExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th300Claire RobertsonLawrence Livermore National Lab395Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsBioprinted functional human vasculature to study mechanisms of vasculitisExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W301Trevor GlarosLANL414Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsInCEPTIoN: Integrated OmiCs of Emergent Pathways for Therapeutic Intervention of New and Emerging ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th302Martin TrapecarJohns Hopkins University School of Medicine587Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsDonor-matched Multiorgan Microphysiological Systems in Advanced Risk AssessmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W303Lenka PulkrabkovaDepartment of Toxicology and Military Pharmacy, Faculty of Military Health Sciences, University of Defence, Trebesska 1575, Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic)596Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsIN VITRO MODEL EXPRESSING ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE FOR THE EVALUATION OF NEUROTOXICITY AND PROTECTION AGAINST NERVE AGENTSExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th304Warren HoefflerHOF Therapeutics646Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsCryopreservation improvements for CAP organs-on-chip increase viability and reproducibility to improve data sets on CB threats and counter measure developmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W305Nicholas BeLawrence Livermore National Laboratory677Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsMicrobiome platforms for prediction of human health and threat resilienceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th306Mohammad Omar IshakLos Alamos National Laboratory735Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsIn-vitro 3D skin model with applications in biodosimetry & toxicologyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W307Heath MillsRhodium Scientific LLC752Overcoming Limitations of Organ-on-Chip (OoC) Technologies to Advance the Characterization and Medical Management of Chemical and Biological (CB) ThreatsEstablishing an Astronaut Gut on a Chip to Develop Countermeasures against Gut Microbiome Dysbiosis in SpaceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W309Joseph EidenFluGen182PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsIntranasal M2SR (M2-deficient single replication) live H3N2 investigational influenza vaccine induces HAI responses against drifted influenza strains, as well as T cell responses and mucosal IgA in serosusceptible adultsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th310Sergei BiryukovUSAMRIID212PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsProtective Efficacy and Immune Response of Subunit Hcp1-based and Live Attenuated Bp 668 ΔilvI Candidate VaccinesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W311Apichai TuanyokDepartment of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL303PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsBurkholderia pseudomallei Infection Models in Humanized HLA Transgenic MiceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th312Jennifer SchwedlerSandia National Labs305PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsTherapeutic efficacy of a potent anti-VEEV antibody is contingent on humoral and cell-mediated cytotoxic immunityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W313Riccardo d'ELiaDefence Science and Technology Laboratory UK320PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsPlague RNA vaccine efficacy in the mouse modelExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W315Paul BrettUniversity of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine366PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsDevelopment of scalable processes to facilitate GMP‐compliant production of a melioidosis subunit vaccine candidateExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th316Mary BurtnickUniversity of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine368PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsOptimization of serological assays for the analysis of antigen-specific antibody responses in melioidosis patientsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W317Joshua DyeDarwin Biosciences, Inc.376PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsDesigning studies for the collection and analysis of saliva samples from pre-symptomatic individualsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th318Michael NorrisUniversity of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute405PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsInability to synthesize anthrose leads to pathophysiological changes in Bacillus anthracis.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th319Michael NorrisUniversity of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute409PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsIdentification of new host-interactomes during cellular anthraxExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th320Ann SluderMassachusetts General Hospital410PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsLongitudinal study of immune responses to Q-VAX in young healthy adults to support the development of novel vaccines for Q fever and tests for exposure surveillanceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W321Jenny Hernandez-DaviesUC Irvine427PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsIntranasal immunization as a route to needle-free, self administration of vaccines.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th322Kimberly CelonaNorthern Arizona University431PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsBurkPx: A Multiplex Serodiagnostic Bead Assay To Monitor Burkholderia pseudomallei Exposures In Non-Human PrimatesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th323Na Young KimR&D Center, ABION INC., Seoul 08394, Republic of Korea454PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsDevelopment of mRNA vaccine platform against emerging infectious diseaseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th324Charles ShoemakerUSAMRIID463PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsTranscriptomic analysis reveals host miRNAs correlated with immune gene dysregulation during fatal disease progression in the Ebola virus cynomolgus macaque disease modelExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W325David SaundersUniformed Services University School of Medicine564PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsLongitudinal phase 2 clinical trials of live, attenuated tularemia vaccine in otherwise healthy research laboratory workers operating in containment laboratoriesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th326Jonathan PinneyGryphon Scientific LLC609PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsUnderstanding rodent and non-human primate (NHP) immunity to inform human modeling of biological agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W327Douglas ReedUniversity of Pittsburgh616PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsHumoral and cellular immune correlates of protection for live, attenuated tularemia vaccines in the outbred New Zealand White rabbit.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th328Ashley BryanUnited States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID)654PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsMonkeypox Virus Persists in the Testes of Nonhuman Primate SurvivorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th329David TrudilNew Horizons Diagnostics Corp656PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsRapid Point of Care (POC) Lateral Flow Immunoassay (LFI) assays for Salivary Mucosal IgA and IgG for the determination of Immune status against COVID-19Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th330Jan SharonUniversity of California Irvine694PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsDevelopment of single dose nanoparticle vaccines against select agent Coxiella burnetiiExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W331Crystal BurkeUS Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases722PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsEffect of viral challenge dose on electroencephalogram (EEG) patterns from nonhuman primates aerosol exposed to Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus (VEEV)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th332Xiankun ZengUSAMRIID724PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsEbola Virus Challenge Sites in the Skeletal Muscles of Nonhuman Primate as a Model to Study Disease Enhancement Mediated by Pre-existing ImmunityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W333Cathryn MayesSandia National Labs180Broad-Spectrum Therapeutics For Viral Diseases: A Medical Countermeasure Platform For Emerging ThreatsUse of CRISPR-based antivirals as broad-spectrum therapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th334Delaney DavisUniversity of Chicago763PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsMultiple Coated PCL Microparticles for Single Administration VaccineExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W335Catherine ScheinUTMB-Galveston84PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsBroad spectrum protein-peptide antigens against encephalitic alphavirusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th336Oyewale OyediranUniversity of ibadan , Brandeis University by August 202298PALADINS: Protective Approaches Leveraging AD-aptive and IN-nate SystemsMonoclonal/Polyclonal Antibodies preparation to Investigate Lassa virusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W337Marco PravetoniUniversity of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Seattle, WA578Polyclonal Antibodies Against Multiple Chemical ThreatsVaccines and monoclonal antibodies to counteract synthetic opioids’ toxicity, poisoning, and lethalityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W339Craig McElroyThe Ohio State University682Polyclonal Antibodies Against Multiple Chemical ThreatsEfficacy of a Variety of Transition State Analogue Haptens in a Prophylactic Vaccine Against Organophosphorus Nerve Agent ExposureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W341William MorrisNuMat Technologies Inc.104Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionTransitioning Metal-Organic Frameworks to Deployable Solutions for Warfighter ProtectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th342Bjoern PedersenNorwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)116Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionTesting of particle filtering half masks during the coronavirus pandemicExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W343Mitchell WestonNuMat Technologies132Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionPassive Filtration of Toxic Gases in Enclosed Spaces using Metal-Organic Framework Textile CompositesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th344Katherine SimpsonArctos140Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionCharacterization of Zirconium Hydroxide and MOF-Doped Materials for CWA NeutralizationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W345Joshua UzarskiUS Army DEVCOM Soldier Center155Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionLow-dimensional nanomaterials for thin, elastomeric, durable barriers for chemical protectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th346Pratibha SinhaDEVCOM Soldier Center175Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionDevelopment of Improved Liquid Cooled GarmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th347Hyunsook JungAgency for Defense Development186Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionShort-chain fluorocarbon-based polymeric coating with excellent non wetting ability against chemical warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th348Hyunsook JungAgency for Defense Development188Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionMethodology of dynamic swatch cell testing in wind conditions to determine the penetration of aerosolized chemical warfare agents in a liquid phase for warfighter capabilitiesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W349Igor NovosselovUniversity of Washington197Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionContinuous Flow MOF Synthesis in Supercritical CO2Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th350Jonathan PhamUniversity of Kentucky200Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionWetting and adhesion of soft and swollen polymeric interfacesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W351Shelle McDonaldArctos211Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionInvestigating Surface Binding Effects: Antibacterial Efficacy of Bound 8-Hydroxyquinoline against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coliExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th352Marilyn LeeU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center220Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionA cell-free polymer material platform: DNA-encoded smart materials for sensing and decontaminationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W353Trenton TovarU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center232Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionControlling the heterogeneous catalysis of zirconium clusters within porous scaffoldsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th354Howard WallsResearch Triangle Institute249Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionAerosol Testing of CB Protective Garments for the Female WarfighterExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th356Jamie DrewDefence Science Technology Laboratory263Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionEnhanced Environmental Test and Evaluation of Adsorbents for Respiratory ProtectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W357Michael ZielinskiUS Army Combat Capabilities Development Command-Soldier Center277Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionSystems Development and Integration for Tactical All-Hazards EnsembleExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th358Kira BaughNSWC Indian Head283Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionMeasuring breakthrough performance of Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) gas filter media in extreme high humidityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W359Aleksandr NoyLawrence Livermore National Laboratory302Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionControlled mass transport in highly-confined 1D and 2D nanofluidic material platformsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W361Mary OkorieSeton Hall University310Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionFluorine Interfaced Reactive Materials for Proactive Reduction of ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W363Martijn de KoningTNO Defence, Safety & Security317Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionMetal−organic framework/textile composites for the rapid and sensitive assessment of exposure to a toxic organophosphonateExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th364Patricia BigrigUS ARMY DEVCOM SC321Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionFunctional Clothing Design for the Tactical All Hazards EnsembleExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W365Cody KendigU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center326Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionProof of Concept Respirator Lens Fog Test ChamberExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th366Seung Jung YuAgency for Defense Development332Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionDevelopment of a vapor-based polymeric adhesive layer for the lamination of separation membranes and its application to aerosol protectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th368Stephanie WilsonNAVSEA371Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionIs the Navy five-year periodicity to size and fit chemical biological radiological defense protective masks sufficient?Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W369Joe RossinGuild Associates, Inc.374Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionAdvanced Barrier Materials for Chemical DefenseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th370Kristian Van de VoordeORISE Fellow support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center380Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionThe Volume-Saving Elastomer Networks for Operational Materiel (VENOM) Product Suite: Utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques to produce lower-burden respiratory protective equipmentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W371James LeeNSWCIH385Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionFilter performance and the counter intuitive nature of CT requirementsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th372Tara CoiaThe Nonwovens Insitute- NC State University386Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionDevelopment of Adsorbent System Against Chemical ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W373Trenton TovarU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center391Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionExtended life filter for chemical biological radiological and nuclear (CBRN) protectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th374Jennifer PooleTeledyne FLIR Detection, Inc.403Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionLightweight modifications of existing PPE for improved bioprotectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W375John MahleU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center416Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionRole of Zirconium metal-organic framework defects on chemical warfare agent performance studied through novel synthesis and mass transfer methodsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th376Jiwoong HeoAgency for Defense Development432Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionGraphene oxide/polymer hybrid membrane based on hydrogen bonding and size sieving effect for chemical warfare agent blocking.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W377Jaekyung BaeAgency for defense devolpment, south korea438Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionReal time analysis and computational models of CWAs penetration through swatches of various protective layerExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th378Natalie PomerantzDEVCOM Soldier Center444Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionAgent Permeation and Decontamination Through Reactive Textile CompositesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W379Kyeong Min ChoAgency for Defense Development447Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionBreathable ZIF/GO membranes for protection of chemical warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th380Kyeong Min ChoAgency for Defense Development451Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionHighly Durable Membranes with Carbon Nanomaterials for Protection of Chemical Warfare AgentExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W381Erin AndersonUS Army DEVCOM Soldier Center462Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionProtecting the Suit that Protects the SoldierExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th382Joseph Palomba
U.S. Army DEVCOM Soldier Center
466Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionAtomic Force Microscopy as a Tool for Understanding the Interface of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Polymers
Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W383Nada AbdelazizMissouri University of Science and Technology491Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionComposite MOF/Zr(OH)4-Polymer Catalytic Filters for in-situ Removal and Destruction of Chemical Warfare agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W385D. Andrew KnightFlorida Institute of Technology511Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionCobalt(III)- and rhodium(III)-porphyrin complexes for the effective neutralization of opioidsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W387Sanchao LiuArmy Research Lab542Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionSilk protein nanofiber filter with antiviral activity against viral aerosolsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th388Fateme RezaeiMissouri University of Science & Technology552Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionComposite MOF/Zr(OH)4-Polymer Catalytic Filters for in-situ Removal and Destruction of Chemical Warfare Agents and Other Toxic ChemicalsExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W389Corie RalstonLawrence Berkeley National Lab554Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionDevelopment of peptoid-based nanoparticle conjugates for chemical and biological warfare agent detection and mitigationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W390Walter ZukasU.S. Army DEVCOM SC, Natick, MA555Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionElastomer Laminates for Chemical ProtectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W391Walter ZukasU.S. Army DEVCOM Soldier Center, Natick, MA556Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionBreathable Elastomers with Chemical and Biological ProtectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th392Sergio GaribayLeidos Inc. support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center567Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionEnhancing catalytic activity and mitigating poisoning of active sites within metal-organic frameworks in organophosphate hydrolysis through post-synthesis modificationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W393James VarnumUS Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Solider Center584Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionEffects of laundering on adsorption-based fabric systemsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th394Paul DeSarioU.S. Naval Research Laboratory590Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionOxide aerogels with enhanced sorptive and degradative activity for acute chemical threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W395Seon Joo ParkKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)602Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionUltrasensitive chemical nerve agent sensorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th396Kamalesh SirkarNew Jersy institute of technology630Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionGraphene oxide and metal organic framework based breathable barrier membrane for toxic vaporsExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W397Min-Kun KimAgency for Defense Development661Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionMulti-purpose high air/water permeable membrane for CBRN protectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th398Ari GiayaLaunchBay LLC663Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionFluorine-Free Biaxially Stretchable Barrier Fabric for NFPA Class I EnsembleExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W399Mikaela BoyanichVirginia Tech699Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionFundamental Studies of Metal-Organic Framework-Supported Single Metal Atoms for the Capture and Decomposition of Toxic Compounds: Mechanistic Insight into Carbon Monoxide OxidationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th400Danya NahasVirginia Tech700Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionMechanistic Studies of CO Oxidation Over Single Atom Catalysts Supported by Metal-Organic FrameworksExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W401Chad RoyTulane University School of Medicine717Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionA Miniaturized Electrostatic Precipitator Respirator Effectively Removes Ambient SARS-CoV-2 BioaerosolsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th402Jamie MonicoLuna Labs USA766Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionNext Generation Tactile CBRN Gloves via Polymer Mixed Matrix CompositeExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W403Arshia SulaimanVirginia Tech99Protection - Science and Technology Advances for Chemical and Biological ProtectionEngineering Scaffolds for Chemical Warfare Agent Uptake and DestructionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th404Michael MalfattiLawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Biosciences and Biotechnology Division111Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentThe effect of time and sequence on organophosphate and opioid antidote administration after exposure to organophosphatesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th406Janice ChambersMississippi State University178Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentNovel substituted phenoxyalkyl pyridinium oximes alone and in combination with 2-PAM provide improved survival and attenuation of OP-induced toxic signs in rats and guinea pigsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W407Nathan UnsworthDefence Science and Technology Group204Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentAssessment of antibiotics using the hollow fibre infection model to identify improved melioidosis therapeuticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th408Satya AchantaDuke University418Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentBiomarkers, Drug Targets, and Repurposed Medical Countermeasures against Phosgene Inhalation InjuriesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th410Patrick McNuttWake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine459Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentDevelopment of Human Organ Tissue Equivalents for Predictive Pathology and Medical Countermeasure SelectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W411Ian GutNBACC482Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentCharacterizing medical countermeasure efficacy against aerosol administration of Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis Cameroon and Cote d'Ivoire in the New Zealand white rabbit model.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th412Thomas BurkeCenter for Environmental Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762494Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentNovel Substituted Phenoxyalkyl Pyridinium Oximes Display Improved Pharmacokinetic Parameters as Compared to 2-PAMExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th413Todd MyersUSAMRICD498Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentThe Göttingen Minipig as a Large Animal Model for Medical Countermeasure Development: Overview of Benefits and Recent Strides ForwardExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th414Todd MyersUSAMRICD502Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentA Non-Human Primate Model of Carfentanil Overdose: Rescue Treatments that Completely Prevent RenarcotizationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W415Gita ShankarSRI International, Pharmaceutical Sciences Group, Biosciences Division, Menlo Park, CA572Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentHigh-dose Naloxone formulation for intramuscular or intravenous administrationExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th416Antonina SimakovaBioHybrid Solutions LLC574Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentAgent Catalytic Enzyme Scavengers (ACES) for Nerve Agent ProphylaxisExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W417David RozakUSAMRIID582Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentDeveloping and characterizing panels of single and multi-drug resistant bacterial surrogates for use in evaluating novel and repurposed therapeutic compoundsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th418Aishwarya SriramanOak Ridge Institute for Science and Education / United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense586Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentEffects of Both Inherent Chemical Structure and Environmental Conditions on the Enzyme-Small Molecule Relationship of a Non-Oxime Reactivator of Organophosphorus-Inhibited Human AcetylcholinesteraseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W419Vanessa DunnOak Ridge Institute of Science and Education Program; United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense599Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentDevelopment of a Multi-Agent Screening Assay for Novel Reactivators of Organophosphorus-Inhibited Human AcetylcholinesteraseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th420Kazunori KoideUniversity of Pittsburgh626Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentNew synthetic analogs of 2-pralidoxime with a broader spectrum against organophosphorus nerve agentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W421Emily LuteranLos Alamos National Laboratory672Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentCharacterization of diketopiperazine shuttles for improved transport of therapeutics across the blood-brain barrierExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W422Christopher HadadOhio State University679Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentResurrecting the dead: Recovery of organophosphorus poisoned acetylcholinesterase using quinone methide precursorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W423Christopher HadadOhio State University683Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentBridging the Gap: Providing Selectivity and Specificity for Potential Therapeutics Against Organophosphorus Intoxication by Connecting Quinone Methide Precursors to Peripheral Binding Site LinkersExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W425Kevin MillerThe Ohio State University - Hadad Lab695Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentTowards a Pseudo-Catalytic Bioscavenger: in vitro Reactivation of Organophosphorus-Inhibited and Resurrection of Organophosphorus-Aged Butyrylcholinesterase by Quinone Methide PrecursorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th426Shawn BlumbergSouthwest Research Institute686Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentSynthesis Development and Optimization of ScopolamineExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th427Shawn BlumbergSouthwest Research Institute721Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentSynthesis Development and Optimization of HLö7 DMSExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th428Ashley PeraltaLANL726Repurposing to Speed Chemical and Biological Medical Countermeasure Discovery and DevelopmentDesign and Synthesis of Diketopiperazine (DKP) as Shuttles for Therapeutics Across the Blood-Brain BarrierExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W429Keith BrownJumpcode Genomics, Inc.138Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsA UNIVERSAL ‘DAY ZERO’ INFECTIOUS DISEASE TESTING STRATEGY EXPLOITING CRISPR-BASED SAMPLE DEPLETION AND METAGENOMIC SEQUENCINGExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th430Wenting ShaoUniversity of Pittsburgh156Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsA Carbon Nanotube-Based Field-Effect Transistor Biosensor for the Detection of Fentanyl ExposureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W431Armand PaauwTNO195Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsProteomics an agnostic approach to detect emerging virusesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th432Manohar JohnPathovacs Incorporated201Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsA simple and rapid lateral flow assay for accurate diagnosis of acute human Brucella melitensis infectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W433Jennifer LeeDTRA support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center258Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsAlternative reporters for paper-based cell-free biosensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th434Keersten RicksUSAMRIID279Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of a diagnostic toolbox for detection and surveillance of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever VirusExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W435Kyle ClarkDarwin Biosciences281Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsOvercoming challenges of using saliva as a biospecimen in rapid diagnostic testsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th436Michael WiederoderUS Army DEVCOM Soldier Center290Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRapid Colorimetric Sensors to Detect Toxic Chemicals in Environmental SamplesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W437Dan PhillipsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center328Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRapid testing and validation of gene-based sensors for the detection of SARS-CoV-2Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th438Aleksandr MiklosUS Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center343Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of a paper-based cell-free expression device for biological sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W439Daniel PhillipsU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center353Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsOptimizing cell-free reaction composition to accelerate toehold switch sensor response timeExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th440Rebecca BlackwoodDarwin Biosciences372Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsAn analysis of isothermal amplification chemistries for use in point-of-need diagnostic devicesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W441Scott BobbittSandia National Laboratories373Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRapid, agile, and portable diagnostics based on breath biomarkers using highly-selective sorbentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th442Michael NorrisUniversity of Florida Emerging Pathogens Institute411Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsImmediate results: an FPA for detection of glanders and melioidosis exposure.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th443Julian ChenLANL419Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsSolution NMR structure of DFPase: Prospects for molecular level detection and large-scale decontamination of organophosphorus compoundsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W444Weihua GuanThe Pennsylvania State University420Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsiNAAT: A universal open-source mobile device for field deployable real-time isothermal nucleic acid amplification testing of Covid-19Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W445Weihua GuanPenn State University421Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsFingerpick Blood-Based HIV Self-Nucleic Acid Testing on USB At The Point of NeedExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th446Dawn BirdsellPathogen and Microbiome Institute425Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsCapillary blood is an effective clinical matrix for rapid diagnosis of acute plague in field forward settingsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W447Weihua GuanPennsylvania State University428Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsAmplification Free Digital CRISPR-Cas13a for Absolute Quantification of HIV-1 RNAExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th448Julia PatroneJHU/APL439Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDetection of Volatile Organic Compounds in Biological Samples Associated with InfectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W449Anthony PolitzaPenn State University441Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsProgrammable Magnetic Robot (ProMagBot) for Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction at the Point of NeedExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W451Darci SmithNaval Medical Research Center, Biological Defense Research Directorate468Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDetection of Biomarkers of Neurological Injury for Emerging Viral ThreatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th452Kathryn Beabout711th Human Performance Wing, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, UES, Inc., Dayton, OH487Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of Cell-Free Biosensors for Deployable DiagnosticsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W453David GarciaNRC support to U.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center506Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsSimplified cells as new tools for synthetic biology and biological sensingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th454John CooperPacific Northwest National Laboratory508Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsMachine Learning Techniques for Threat Classification on Ion Mobility Spectroscopy: A Survey of MethodsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W455Kurt GustUS Army Engineer Research and Development Center529Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRNA-Toehold Switch Technology Enables Customizable Biological Threat DetectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th456Chris MyersParsons544Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDetectWise™, an automated, integrated biosurveillance platform for managing health securityExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W457Aarthi NarayananGMU558Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsPathogen-derived circulating nucleic acids as biomarker candidates for assessment of countermeasures against aerosol-transmitted viral pathogensExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th458Michael WiederoderUS Army DEVCOM Soldier Center559Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRapid Electrochemical Immunoassays for Low-Cost, Multiplex Detection of Food Pathogens using Capillary Driven Microfluidic DevicesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W459William TerziyanBaySpec, Inc.565Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsThreat agnostic ultrafast femtosecond laser photonic molecular sensing platform: Label-free diagnostics based on miniaturized coherent anti-stokes raman spectroscopy (FT-CARS)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th460Alex DownsSandia National Laboratories575Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsElectrochemical aptamer-based sensors: a field-applicable approach for real-time monitoring of small molecule targets and beyond.Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W461Oh Seok KwonKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)603Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsUltrasensitive Stress Biomarker Detection Using Polypyrrole Nanotube Coupled to a Field-Effect TransistorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th462Gyeong Ji KimKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology605Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsSimple and Fast Real-Time Monitoring Wearable Cortisol AptasensorExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W463Julie L LucasMRIGlobal608Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsImmobilized CRISPR chemistry for massively multiplexed target detectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th464Mangilal AgarwalIntegrated Nanosystems Development Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis610Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of a Rapid Method to Quantify Healthy Baselines of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Biomarkers in Breath by Solid Phase Microextraction and Gas Chromatography-Mass SpectrometryExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W465Sean Webb711th Human Performance Wing, AFRL ; UES, Inc612Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsA platform for rapid design and discovery of BREs for emerging threatsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th466Mangilal AgarwalIntegrated Nanosystems Development Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis614Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsOptimizing Portable Metal Oxide Nanosensors to Analyze Exhaled Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)Exhibit Hall DView Abstract
W467Canon HansenUSAMRIID618Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsSupporting the warfighter by developing safe and effective controls for field deployable molecular assays and immunoassaysExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th468Tek Hyung LeeLawrence Livermore National Laboratory621Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDeveloping yeast whole-cell biosensor for potential pathogen detectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W469Syamal RaychaudhuriInBios International, Inc.627Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsThe Smart Detect POC PCR Platform is a Multi-use, Portable Device for the Detection of Infectious AgentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th470Matthias FrankLawrence Livermore National Laboratory631Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsCharacterization of VOCs Emitted from Pathogenic Bacteria Using SPME-GC-MS: Towards Non-Invasive Diagnostics for Biological Agent ExposureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W471Kyung Ho KimKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB)644Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsPortable field-effect transistor for serotonin neurotransmitter monitoring on-siteExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th472Kimberly ButlerSandia National Laboratories652Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsDevelopment of a tunable Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)-DNA sensor platform for rapid viral detectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W473Jeff KoehlerUS Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases673Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsRapid assay fielding for diagnostics and detectionExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th474Deborah HunkaLeidos680Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging Threats“Smart” Colorimetric Sorbent Sensors for Selected CWAsExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
W475Philip MillerSandia National Labs687Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsPortable biogenic Volatile Organic Compound AnalyzerExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th476Noah ChristianLeidos709Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsA Low-Cost, Low-Power, Miniature Sector Arrayed Mass Spectrometer for Chemical and Biological Detection ApplicationsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W477Megan RoegnerGeneCapture734Revolutionary Diagnostics – Nontraditional Approaches for Developing Breakthrough Capabilities Against Emerging ThreatsUnknown respiratory pathogen detector using pan-species signaturesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th478Prabha DwivediNaval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division (NSWC IHD)110The Impact Of Giving Warfighters A Voice In Early Technology DevelopmentIn-Ear Wearable Device at Chemical and Biological Operational Analysis (CBOA) EventsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W479David GodsoDomenix117The Impact Of Giving Warfighters A Voice In Early Technology DevelopmentUtilizing Development Security Operations (DevSecOps) Platforms to Support Science and Technology (S&T) Collaboration with a Focus on "Shift-Left" Portfolio and Capability Set(s) InsightExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th480John MagerkoARA, Inc. - DTRA Reachback Support315The Impact Of Giving Warfighters A Voice In Early Technology DevelopmentReviewing How Early and Frequent User Inputs Impacted a Particular HPAC Model DesignExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W481Charles LansingNSWCIH324The Impact Of Giving Warfighters A Voice In Early Technology DevelopmentOPNAV N96 Trusted agent support for the DTRA Warfighter and Integration Division for all Navy CBRExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th482David WagnerNorthern Arizona University105Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingIsolation-free genomic characterization of biological threat agents from complex samplesExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W483Joseph BaumApplied Simulations, Inc122Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingNUMERICAL MODELING OF LIQUID DISPERSION BY AN EXPLOSIVE CHARGEExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th484Fumiya TogashiApplied Simulations Inc.126Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingNumerical Investigation of Liquid Simulant Response to Blast WaveExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W485Terrence MeyerPurdue University127Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingMeasurements of DIMP and ethanol evaporation rates for validation of high-temperature phenomenological modelsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th486Sun McMastersDHS S&T CSAC129Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingJack Rabbit III: Filling Critical Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Gaps for Emergency Planning and ResponseExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W487Jeldrik MoritzBundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and NBC-Protection150Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingRejection of Lewisite and Other Arsenicals by Reverse Osmosis Membranes - Impact of Temperature, pH-value and RecoveryExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th488Andrew ProulxJohns Hopkins University163Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingMaterials Science in Extreme Environments University Research AllianceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th490Cale BergmannDefence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)304Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingAerosol Deposition Model for Simulating the Distribution of Deposited Aerosolized Particles on a MannequinExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W491Tiffany SuttonU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center330Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingSynthetic Dynamic Background Recipe Development for Biological TestingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W493Colin Ponce and Kourosh Arasteh LLNL345Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingHarnessing the Power of Machine Learning to Identify Novel Chemical Threats in Complex Forensic EnvironmentsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th494Jana KesavanU.S. Army DEVCOM Chemical Biological Center351Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingDecay of clusters and single spores of Bacillus anthracis Sterne in air, on surfaces and in simulated aerosol state and exposed to environmental factorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W495James LeeNSWCIH384Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingCBR defense technologies and non-covalent chemistry interactionsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th496Janine HutchisonPacific Northwest National Laboratory426Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingStabilization of Biological Proteins Using Tunable Liquid MaterialsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W497Aaron TwomblyMRIGlobal448Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingImproved chemical and biological defense testing using the Test Grid operated with the Open Architecture Data Management SystemExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th498Tom SpicerUniversity of Arkansas Department of Chemical Engineering538Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingEnsemble behavior of passive, time-limited, area source releases in a wind tunnel studyExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W499Doo Nam KimPacific Northwest National Laboratory568Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingFacile incorporation of non-canonical amino acids into structural modelingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th500Richard OverstreetPacific Northwest National Laboratory569Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingNon-canonical amino acid parameterization engine for CHARMM potentialsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W501Andrew BankoUnited States Military Academy620Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingMeasurements of three-dimensional flow and contaminant dispersion within and around a stadium using magnetic resonance imagingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th502David DoughtyUS Army DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory625Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingAerosol Particle Size is Important in Designing and Testing UV Systems for Inactivation of Bacterial Spores and Viruses as Seen in Modeling of UV ShieldingExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W503Isaac AvinaSandia National Laboratories633Threat Agent Defeat Modeling and TestingImpedance monitoring of polymer dielectrics in harsh environmentsExhibit Hall DAbstract unavailable.
Th504Nicole FordKansas City University112Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureDeveloping Novel Detection Methods for Use with Biosilica-Immobilized Nanoscale BiosensorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W505Justin BickfordCCDC - Army Research Laboratory142Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureChip-scale photonic integrated circuit sensor to monitor biomarkers and diagnose toxin exposuresExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th506Fanny ChuPacific Northwest National Laboratory219Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureDirect detection of peptides following enzymatic cleavage using a field-portable nanopore sequencing deviceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W507Brian KannardPercuSense406Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureContinuous Biosensor Platform to Detect Indicators of Chemical ExposureExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th508Kristian TormaBaySpec, Inc.430Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureDirect real-time trace vapors and aerosols chemicals characterization with a man-portable mass spectrometerExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W509Guandong ZhangZymeron Corporation, 400 Park Offices Dr #211, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709484Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureHighly Sensitive and Selective Detection of Fentanyl and Other Opioids by Bioengineered Broad-Spectrum ReceptorsExhibit Hall DView Abstract
Th510Matthew TurnerPacific Northwest National Laboratory635Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposurePortable and convenient identification of enzymatic activity by direct detection of cleaved peptides using a nanopore sequencing deviceExhibit Hall DView Abstract
W511Jaime RodriguezPacific Northwest National Laboratory643Toxin Diagnostics – Development Of Novel, Fieldable Technologies To Diagnose Toxin ExposureModeling Osmolyte Effects on Protein Toxin Structural StabilityExhibit Hall DView Abstract