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* Dr. Patricia Worsham in her civil deposition said that RMR 1029 had been stored previously in Bldg 1412 and that in Bldg 1425 foreign nationals would have been in the containment suite on an escorted basis

Posted by DXer on December 15, 2013


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* Deposition Excerpt of Patricia Worsham in Stevens v. United States: Product Could Not Have Been Made At USAMRIID With Equipment She Has Seen At USAMRIID

Posted by DXer on July 16, 2011





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* NAS anthrax panel meetings – links for audio provided by NAS

Posted by DXer on September 25, 2009

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NAS panel meetings 9/24/09 & 9/25/09

links for audio provided by NAS …

The NAS is to be congratulated for the speed with which they provided these links


Agenda for September 24, 2009 Open Session

  • 2:00 Use of Preliminary Validated Assays in Exigent Circumstances, Steven Schutzer, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
  • 2:30 Overview of the Scientific Investigation, Rita Colwell, University of Maryland College Park and Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • 3:00 Identification of Bacillus anthracis Ames Strain, Paul Keim, Northern Arizona University
  • 3:45 Identification of Morphological Variants, Patricia Worsham, USAMRIID
  • 4:15 Genetic Analysis of Bacillus anthracis Ames Strain, David Rasko, Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • 4:45 – 6:00 … Discussion

Agenda for September 25, 2009 Open Session

  • 9:00 Microscopy/Weaponization of Bacillus anthracis, Joseph Michael, Sandia National Laboratory
  • 9:40 Nano-scale secondary ion mass spectroscopy, Peter Weber, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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