The Johns Hopkins University, Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies

Published Materials

Confronting Biological Weapons: a special section in Clinical Infectious Diseases

Introduction to Special Section
[CID 30(6),2000]

Preventing the Use of Biological Weapons: Improving Response Should Prevention Fail
[CID 30(6),2000]

Implications of Pandemic Influenza for Bioterrorism Response
[CID 31(6),2000]

Lessons from the West Nile Viral Encephalitis Outbreak in New York City, 1999:
Implications for Bioterrorism Preparedness

[CID 32(2),2001]

A Plague on Your City: Observations from TOPOFF
[CID 32(3),2001]

The Malevolent Use of Microbes and the Rule of Law:
Legal Challenges Presented by Bioterrorism

[CID 33(5),2001]

Recent Events and Observations Pertaining to Smallpox Virus Destruction in 2002
[CID 33(7),2001]

Bioterrorism and the People: How to Vaccinate a City against Panic - original website link
[CID 34(2),2002]

Back-up page of same information as seen under: Bioterrorism and the People: How to Vaccinate a City against Panic


 

Anthrax as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management
[JAMA 281(18),1999]

Bioterrorism as a Public Health Threat
[EID 4(3),1999]
abstract

Botulinum Toxin as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management
[JAMA 281(18),1999]

The Looming Threat of Bioterrorism
[Science 283(1279),1999]
This article is available in its full form only to subscribers of Science Online.
Click to see the abstract

Plague as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management
[JAMA 283(17),2000]

Proceedings of the National Symposium on
Medical & Public Health Respose to Bioterrorism

[EID 5(4),1999]
abstract

Smallpox as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management
[JAMA 281(22),1999]

Tularemia as a Biological Weapon: Medical & Public Health Management
[JAMA 285(21),2001]

 

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Threat of Bioterrorism

Smallpox Virus Destruction

Meeting of the WHO Variola Research Committee

The Research Agenda Utilizing Variola Virus:
A Public Health Perspective

Biodefense Quarterly, June 1999

Risk of a Deliberate Release of Smallpox Virus;
Its Impact on Virus Destruction

Deliberations Regarding the Destruction of Smallpox Virus: A Historical Review, 1980-1998

Confronting Biological Weapons: a special section in Clinical Infectious Diseases

Smallpox as a Biological Weapon

Recent Events and Observations Pertaining to Smallpox Virus Destruction in 2002

Bioterrorism and the People: How to Vaccinate a City against Panic