"Bioterrorism and Complex Systems" represent an area of national and international concern. The field is composed of many concerns touching on four key areas in Mizzou Advantage. The need for an interdisciplinary approach to a bioterrorism event has been an international priority. This workshop addresses some of the issues surrounding bioterrorism and national security. A related colloquium, Emerging Threats to One Health: Implications to U.S. National Security, was held on April 12, 2011.

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  • Homeland Security Intelligence and Operations 

    Wright, Phillip (2011-04)
    This presentation from Phillip Wright of Booz Allen Hamilton addressed the Department of Homeland Security's history and components as well as its role in the intelligence framework.
  • Crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC) 

    Houston, Brian (2011-04)
    This presentation was made as part of the Reporting, Risk Communication, and Dissemination Panel which discussed the continuum of the intelligence cycle and production, and the synergy with effective, dynamic, risk ...
  • Bioterrorism 

    Stewart, George Cameron, 1953- (2011-04)
    This presentation was made during the Observables and Indicators & Warning Panel which provided an expert-centered overview of phenomenology and information necessary to support assessment of CBRNE threats. These assessments ...
  • A One Health Discipline: the case for integrating science, medicine and public health 

    Simpson, Gary (2011-04)
    The keynote speaker, Gary Simpson, addressed the challenges of planning for, identifying and responding to infectious disease outbreaks and offered some solutions.
  • Early detection and prediction: actionable data/information 

    Cui, Helen (2011-04)
    This presentation was made as part of the Information Management and Information Assurance: Collection and Analysis Panel which considered some of the most innovative approaches to solving national security challenges ...
  • Databases critical to making wise decisions in response to a crisis 

    Baker, Robert J. (2011-04)
    This presentation was made during the Observables and Indicators & Warning Panel which provided an expert-centered overview of phenomenology and information necessary to support assessment of CBRNE threats. These assessments ...
  • Information Management and Information Assurance: Collection and Analysis 

    Haithcoat, Tim (2011-04)
    This presentation was made as part of the Information Management and Information Assurance: Collection and Analysis Panel which considered some of the most innovative approaches to solving national security challenges ...
  • Green nantocehnology in dual medical and national defense applications: global perspectives on formal training and education 

    Katti, Kattesh V. (2011-04)
    This presentation was part of the Sensing: Biomarkers, Biometrics, and CBRNE Platforms Panel in which experts addressed the challenge of sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. ...
  • Challenges and Achievements: Food Sensors 

    Grant, Sheila Ann (2011-04)
    This presentation was part of the Sensing: Biomarkers, Biometrics, and CBRNE Platforms Panel in which experts addressed the challenge of sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. ...
  • Sensing: Biomarkers, Biometrics and CBRNE Platforms 

    Brown, Lisa M. Kirk (2011-04)
    This presentation was part of the Sensing: Biomarkers, Biometrics, and CBRNE Platforms Panel in which experts addressed the challenge of sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. ...
  • Bioterrorism and Complex Systems Workshop program 

    Bioterrorism and Complex Systems Workshop (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011-04)
    The program for the Bioterrorism and Complex Systems Workshop, held at the University of Missouri-Columbia, April 13-14, 2011.